- Fabrizio Paesano (Voice)
- Carmine Monaco (Voice)
- Alessandro Spina (Voice)
- Mattia Olivieri (Voice)
- Lucia Conte (Voice)
- Francesco Castoro (Voice)
- Stefania Bonfadelli (Soprano)
- Domenico Colaianni (Baritone)
- Romina Boscolo (Voice)
Notes & Reviews:
A rare and very interesting work composed exactly in the middle of the 19th century, Crispino e la comare is one of the last examples of Italian traditional opera buffa . Composed by Neapoltan brothers Luigi and Federico Ricci, the opera quickly gained popularity in Italy but also appreciated abroad, where it was performed, between 1854 and 1871, in Constantinople, Barcelona, Malta, London, Cádiz, Rio de Janeiro, Paris, New York, Warsaw, New Orleans, Mexico City, Liège, Brussels, Lisbon, Buenos Aires, Vienna, Santiago de Chile, Baden Baden, Berlin, Calcutta and Melbourne: virtually a planetary success. The protagonist's role is one of the great bass roles of 19th-century opera buffa, requiring an interpreter equally versed in acting and singing (as is this production's Domenico Colaianni). A production of Martina Franca Festival, Italy 2013Notes & Reviews:
Recording information: Palazzo Ducale, Martina Franca, Italy (07/13/2013/07/29/2013).
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Works DetailsRicci, Luigi : Crispino e la Comare, opera
- Performers: Mattia Olivieri (Voice); Lucia Conte (Voice); Francesco Castoro (Voice); Stefania Bonfadelli (Soprano); Domenico Colaianni (Baritone); Romina Boscolo (Voice); Fabrizio Paesano (Voice); Carmine Monaco (Voice); Alessandro Spina (Voice)
- Conductor: Jader Bignamini
- Ensemble: Orchestra Internazionale d'Italia
- Notes: Palazzo Ducale, Martina Franca, Italy (07/13/2013/07/29/2013)
- Running Time: 4 min. 35 sec.
- Period Time: Romantic
- Form: Opera/Operetta
- Written: 1850