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Performance on 3


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A concert of operatic music from Mozart's Vienna, ending with Der
Schauspieldirektor, his comic opera about the trials and tribulations of a travelling opera company. Before it, music by Mozart's friends and contemporaries, some of whom may have influenced him.
Laura Claycomb and Christiane Oelze (sopranos), Jamie MacDougall
(tenor), Jeremy White and Michael John Pearson (basses), Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, conductor Ivan Fischer
Storace Overture: Gli Equivoci
Gazzaniga Introduzione e Scena (Don Giovanni )
Paisiello Ma Dov 'eri Tu Stordito (II Barbiere di Siviglia)
Mozart Misera , Dove Son! K369
Salieri Overture: Prima la Musica e
Poi le Parole
Martin Y Soler Pace Caro Mio Sposo (Una Cosa Rara)
Mozart Vorrei Spiegarvi , Oh Dio,
K418; Dite Almeno , in Che Mancai, K479; Der Schauspieldirektor Second concert next Wednesday


Unknown: Laura Claycomb
Sopranos: Christiane Oelze
Sopranos: Jamie MacDougall
Tenor: Jeremy White
Tenor: Michael John Pearson
Conductor: Ivan Fischer
Unknown: Gli Equivoci
Unknown: Gazzaniga Introduzione
Unknown: Don Giovanni
Unknown: Paisiello Ma Dov
Unknown: Tu Stordito
Unknown: Mozart Misera
Unknown: Mozart Vorrei Spiegarvi
Unknown: Dite Almeno

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