Rota / Celenza / Reate Festival Orch: Notte Di Un Nevrastenico / I Due Timidi

Rota / Celenza / Reate Festival Orch: Notte Di Un Nevrastenico / I Due Timidi

Rota / Celenza / Reate Festival Orch: Notte Di Un Nevrastenico / I Due Timidi

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Title: Notte Di Un Nevrastenico / I Due Timidi
Artist: Rota / Celenza / Reate Festival Orch
Label: Dynamic
Product Type: COMPACT DISCS
UPC: 8007144078300
Genre: Classical Artists

The 2017 edition of the Reate Festival of Italy staged two operas composed by Nino Rota (1911-1979). Mostly known for his cinema soundtracks, Rota was able to merge the great Italian operatic tradition of Rossini, Puccini and Verdi into a contemporary musical language. I due timidi is drawn from a text of Italian writer Suso Cecchi d'Amico and the libretto of La notte di un nevrastenico was written by Riccardo Bacchelli. An all-star cast is featured here, including Giorgio Celenza, Sabrina Cortese, Daniele Adriani, Antonio Sapio, Chiara Osella, and Carlo Feola, among others. The Reate Festival Orchestra, led by Gabriele Bonolis, accompanies the soloists perfectly. This release is the world premiere recording of these works, and has been filmed in high-definition. Subtitled are available in Italian, English, German, French, Japanese, and Korean.

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