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DONIZETTI, G.: Don Gregorio [Opera] (Montanari)

DONIZETTI, G.: Don Gregorio [Opera] (Montanari)

The Classical Shop
release date: March 2013

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Bergamo Musica Festival Orchestra


Montanari, Stefano


Stefano Montanari

Soloist

Giorgio Valerio

Soloist

Livio Scarpellini

Soloist

Alessandra Fratelli

Soloist

Elizaveta Martirosyan

Soloist

Luca Ludovici

Soloist

Bergamo Musica Festival Chorus



Venue:

Teatro Donizetti, Bergamo, Italy



Record Label
Dynamic

Genre:

Opera


Classical

Total Time - 127:46
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DONIZETTI, G.: Don Gregorio [Opera] (Montanari)

     
     
 

ANDREA LEONE TOTTOLA



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Don Gregorio

 
1 Sinfonia 3:59
 Alessandra Fratelli Soloist
     
2 Act I: Mi traduca dal volgare (Don Gregorio) 3:39
 Giorgio Valerio Soloist
     
3 Act I: Quanno c'a studio (Don Gregorio) 2:27
 Livio Scarpellini Soloist
     
4 Act I: Pippettuccio del mio cuoricino (Leonarda) 4:20
 Stefano Montanari Soloist
     
5 Act I: Basso, basso il cor mi dice (Don Giulio) 6:33
 Livio Scarpellini Soloist
     
6 Act I: I figli sono un gran peso (Don Giulio) 2:54
 Livio Scarpellini Soloist
     
 

JACOPO FERRETTI

7 Act I: Le diro cosi a quattr' occhi (Don Gregorio) 6:11
 Stefano Montanari Soloist
     
 

GAETANO DONIZETTI

8 Act I: Che mai sara di me? (Enrico) 6:54
 Stefano Montanari Soloist
     
9 Act I: No, devo affrontare il genitore di persona (Enrico) 2:13
 Luca Ludovici Soloist
     
 

ANDREA LEONE TOTTOLA

10 Act I: Come un asino, maestro (Pippetto) 5:55
 Giorgio Valerio Soloist
     
11 Act I: Vi trovo opportunamente (Leonarda) 1:50
 Livio Scarpellini Soloist
     
12 Act I: Quale azzardo (Enrico) 7:20
 Livio Scarpellini Soloist
     
 

JACOPO FERRETTI

13 Act I: Ah, tu, mia cara Gilda (Enrico) 3:07
 Luca Ludovici Soloist
     
14 Act I: Comme, comme, comme, comme? (Don Gregorio) 6:00
 Elizaveta Martirosyan Soloist
     
     


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GAETANO DONIZETTI

1 Act I: Don Gregorio (Don Giulio) 5:40
 Stefano Montanari Soloist
     
 

ANDREA LEONE TOTTOLA

2 Act I: Voi sapete che son figlia (Gilda) 5:53
 Alessandra Fratelli Soloist
     
3 Act I: Orsu, mo' viennetenne (Don Gregorio) 10:43
 Livio Scarpellini Soloist
     
4 Act I: Vengo, vengo, vengo, vengo (Don Gregorio) 3:01
 Livio Scarpellini Soloist
     
5 Act II: Nella camera soletta (Leonarda) 7:29
 Elizaveta Martirosyan Soloist
     
6 Act II: Finalmente e andata via (Gilda) 1:41
 Elizaveta Martirosyan Soloist
     
7 Act II: Zitta, zitta, non piangete (Don Gregorio) 5:27
 Stefano Montanari Soloist
     
 

JACOPO FERRETTI

8 Act II: Quando avro fra le braccia (Gilda) 4:24
 Giorgio Valerio Soloist
     
9 Act II: Alma rea (Don Giulio) 8:21
 Livio Scarpellini Soloist
     
10 Act II: Dunque … dunque … (Leonarda) 4:12
 Livio Scarpellini Soloist
     
11 Act II: Quel tuo sorriso, o padre (Gilda) 7:33
 Alessandra Fratelli Soloist
 Montanari, Stefano

Dynamic DY 0579

Donizetti: Don Gregorio – Giorgio Valerio, Giorgio Trucco, Elizaveta Martirosyan, Livio Scarpellini, Paolo Bordogna, Alessandra Fratelli, Orchestra and Chorus of the Bergamo Musica Festival Gaetano Donizetti, Stefano Montanari

Adapted from Donizetti’s popular opera buffa L’ajo nell’imbarazzo (1824), Don Gregorio was first staged at the Teatro Valle in Rome on 11 June 1826. In musical terms it is an exquisitely crafted opera, full of melodic inspiration, its orchestration clear, imaginative, and effective. In the career of Donizetti it marks a transition between his late youth and the beginning of his maturity: at times radically new, at others old-fashioned. Here the composer from Bergamo found the path that would soon lead him to become one of the great names of Italian opera. It was certainly a great success at its premiere and this first recording restores to the catalogue a thoroughly entertaining and worthwhile opera which all lovers of the bel canto tradition will enjoy.



 "...As the opening sinfonia will immediately reveal, this is a jolly comedy. Merry tunes and high (or low) characterizations abound, This two-act melodrama is an early work 91824) and is heavily influenced by the musical style of Rossini. The plot is sublime silliness... These singers not only sing well but are delightfully involved in the comedy, with many a vocal wink and braod smile..."

Charles H Parsons - American Record Guide - May/June 2013




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