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Simon Mayr: L'amor coniugale / Franklin, et al

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> L'amor coniugale - Qual notte eterna (Amorveno)
> L'amor coniugale - Aria: Cara immagine adorata (Amorveno)
> L'amor coniugale - Animo… ma… cos'hai paura? (Peters, Zeliska)
> L'amor coniugale - Romanza: Una moglie sventurata (Zeliska, Peters, Amorveno)
> L'amor coniugale - Terzetto: Ah! Qual voce (Zeliska, Amorveno, Peters)
> L'amor coniugale - Nell'orror (Moroski, Peters, Zeliska, Amorveno)
> L'amor coniugale - Quartetto cantabile: Ah voi (Moroski, Peters, Zeliska, Amorveno)
> L'amor coniugale - Duetto: Ah, si stringo (Zeliska, Amorveno)
> L'amor coniugale - Vendetta (Moroski, Peters, Ardelao, Zeliska, Amorveno)
> L'amor coniugale - Finale: Coniugal celeste amore (Tutti)
> L'amor coniugale - Recitative: Tieni quando suonan le quattro (Peters, Zeliska)
> L'amor coniugale - Aria: Rendi il consorte amato (Zeliska)

Album Summary

>Mayr, Simon : L'amor coniugale, opera
Performers Conductor Ensemble Composer

Notes & Reviews:

Based, like Beethoven’s opera 'Fidelio', on the original French libretto by Jean-Nicolas Bouilly, Mayr's opera 'L'amor coniugale' (Conjugal Love) won considerable success at its first performance in Padua in 1805. The story of the faithful wife seeking the release of her innocent husband from unjust imprisonment and imminent death, by disguising herself as a boy and serving as assistant to the gaoler, is transposed, in Mayr's version, from real events during the French Revolution to personal conflict and inter-personal relationships in the exotic setting of seventeenth-century Poland.


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Works Details

>Mayr, Simon : L'amor coniugale, opera
  • Performers: Francescantonio Bille (Tenor); Bradley Trammell (Tenor); Giovanni Bellavia (Bass Baritone); Cinzia Rizzone (Soprano); Dariusz Machej (Bass); Tatjana Charalgina (Soprano)
  • Conductor: Christopher Franklin
  • Ensemble: Württemberg Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Notes: Kursaal, Bad Wildbad, Germany (07/19/2004/07/21/2004)
  • Running Time: 7 min. 39 sec.
  • Period Time: Romantic
  • Written: 1805
  • Studio/Live: Live