Cavalli / Dumestre / Le Poeme Harmonique: L'Egisto

Cavalli / Dumestre / Le Poeme Harmonique: L'Egisto

Cavalli / Dumestre / Le Poeme Harmonique: L'Egisto

Format: CD

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Title: L'Egisto
Artist: Cavalli / Dumestre / Le Poeme Harmonique
Label: Chateau Versailles
Product Type: COMPACT DISCS
UPC: 3770011431960
Genre: Classical Artists

In 1643 in Venice, Cavalli's new opera caused a sensation among the audience of the Teatro San Cassiano. L'Egisto takes it's name from the piece's main character, an Arcadian shepherd who is misled by an ambiguous inscription into believing his love is lost. A succession of misunderstandings ensues, along with spectacular pieces of music, a scene of madness and a descent into the Underworld for this would-be Orpheus searching for his Eurydice. The sumptuousness of the music, which masterfully illustrates the emotions involved in a love quadrangle, offers Vincent Dumestre and his cast the opportunity to paint with dazzling colours and virtuoso strokes for this first great labyrinth of Baroque sentiment.

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