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The Italian Girl In London


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(L'italiana in Londra)
Opera buffa in two acts by CIMAROSA Libretto by GIUSEPPE PETROSELUNI (sung in a new English translation by AMANDA HOLDEN ) Introduced by Julian Budden.
(harpsichord continuo) MANCHESTER CAMERATA led by RICHARD HOWARTH conducted by ANTHONY HOSE
(Given on 29 July in Buxton
Opera House as part of the 1989 Buxton Festival)


Unknown: Giuseppe Petroseluni
Translation By: Amanda Holden
Introduced By: Julian Budden.
Harpsichord: Alexander Crowe
Unknown: Richard Howarth
Conducted By: Anthony Hose
Sumers, a Dutch merchant: Christopher Gillett
Don Polidoro, a Neapolitan: Andrew Shore (baritone)
Madama Brillante, keeper of a London hostelry: Susan Bullock (soprano)
Milord Arespingh, an English Lord in love with Li via: Steven Page (baritone)
Livia, an Italian girl from Genoa, pretending to be a French girl, Enriette: Joyce Guyer (soprano)

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The Italian Girl In London

BBC Radio 3, 28 September 1989 14.05

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