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: «MOSE»

(' Moses ')
Opera in four acts
Libretto by Jouy and Balocchi
Translated into Italian by Bassi Music by Rossini on gramophone records
Cast in order of singing:
Chorus and Orchestra of the San Carlo Theatre, Naples
ACT 1: The camp of the Midianites
Acr 2: A gallery in Pharaoh's palace


Unknown: Bassi Music
Conducted By: Tullio Serafin
Mose (Moses)- (bass): Nicola Rossi-Lemenl
Maria (Miriam), his sister (mezzo-soprano): Lucia Danieli
Anaide, her daughter (soprano): Caterina Mancini
EUsero, brother of Moses (tenor): Agostino Lazzari
A Voice (bass): Ferruccio Mazzoli
Amenofi, son of Pharaoh (tenor): Mario Filippeschi
Pharaoh (baritone): Giuseppe Taddei
Sinaide, Pharaoh's wife (soprano): Bruna Rizzoli
Aufide, an Egyptian officer (tenor): Piero Palma
Osir,ide, high priest of Isis (bass): Plinio Clabassi


Lecturer in War Studies at King's College, London talks about the recently published book by H. A. Kissinger , Nuclear Weapons and Foreign Policy


Book By: H. A. Kissinger

: ' MOSE

ACT 3: The portico of the temple of Isia Acr 4: The desert and the Red Sea

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