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II Turco in Italia

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Comic opera in two acts Libretto by FELICE ROMANI Music by ROSSINI (sung in Italian) from Glyndebourne
Prosdocimo, a poet, author ot
Gypsies, sailors, Turks and Italians of both sexes
GLVNDEBOURNE FESTIVAL CHORUS
LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA leader RODNEY FRIEND
COURTNEY KENNY
(harpsichord continuo) conductor JOHN PRITCHARD
Produced by JOHN cox
Head of Music Staff and Preparation, JANI STRASSER
The action takes place in and near Naples Act I

Contributors

Unknown: Felice Romani
Leader: Rodney Friend
Harpsichord: Courtney Kenny
Conductor: John Pritchard
Produced By: John Cox
Unknown: Jani Strasser
II Turco in: Michel Roux (baritone)
Selim Damalec, a Turkish prince, travelling in Italy: Paolo Montarsolo (bass)
Donna Fiorilla, a capricious young lady: Sheila Armstrong (soprano)
Don Geronio, her elderly husband: Elfego Esparza (bass)
Don Narciso, her young gallant: Ugo Benelli (tenor)
Zaida, once betrothed to Selim, now living in Italy disguised as a gypsy: Isabel Carcisanz
Albazar, once attached to Selim's court, now living in Italy disguised as a gypsy: John Fryatt (tenor)

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II Turco in Italia

BBC Radio 3, 26 July 1970 16.55






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