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Gluck's 1765 Royal Wedding Music

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The three works composed for the celebrations of the union of the future Emperor Josef II and the Princess Maria Josepha of Bavaria
1: II Parnaso confuso
(Parnassus in turmoil)
Azione teatrale in one act
Libretto by PIETRO METASTASIO (sung in Italian)
(first UK broadcast)
A comic allegory about the consequences occasioned by a royal wedding being brought forward 24 hours, // Pamaso confuso was first performed privately at the Schonbrunn Palace with the groom's brother, Archduke Leopold, at the harpsichord and four of his young sisters as the cast.
LONDON CLASSICAL PLAYERS leader JOHN HOLLOWAY JENNIFER WARD CLARKE and LUCY CAROLAN (continuo) conducted by ROGER NORRINGTON Language coach IRIS DELL'ACQUA Producer CLIVE BENNETT
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Contributors

Unknown: Pietro Metastasio
Leader: John Holloway
Leader: Jennifer Ward Clarke
Leader: Lucy Carolan
Conducted By: Roger Norrington
Producer: Clive Bennett

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Gluck's 1765 Royal Wedding Music

BBC Radio 3, 6 June 1987 18.35






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