ⓘ La fida ninfa

                                     

ⓘ La fida ninfa

La fida ninfa is an opera by Antonio Vivaldi to a libretto by Scipione Maffei. The opera was first performed for the opening of the Teatro Filarmonico in Verona on 6 January 1732. Among the arias is Alma oppressa de sorte crudele.

                                     

1. Recording

  • La fida ninfa - Sandrine Piau, Veronica Cangemi, Marie-Nicole Lemieux, Lorenzo Regazzo, Philippe Jaroussky, Sara Mingardo, Ensemble Matheus, Jean-Christophe Spinosi Naive, 3CDs Recorded Eglise Notre-Dame du Liban, Paris April/May 2008
                                     
  • Ton Koopman, conductor and harpsichord Così sugl occhi miei from La fida ninfa RV 714 2: 53 Yo - Yo Ma, baroque cello Margaret Faultless, baroque violin
  • inauguration was on the evening of January 6, 1732, with the pastoral drama La fida ninfa by Antonio Vivaldi, a libretto by Scipio Maffei. The opera season became
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  • Concerto Italiano, Rinaldo Alessandrini conductor Label: Opus111 Naive La fida ninfa Vivaldi, 2008 as Oralto Veronica Cangemi, Sandrine Piau, Marie
  • Monte - Carlo received the Choc distinction from Classica magazine. La fida ninfa Vivaldi, 2008 with Veronica Cangemi, Sandrine Piau, Marie Nicole Lemieux
  • Vivaldi. Ephrikian directed the first contemporary opera of Vivaldi s Fida Ninfa in 1958. Angelo Ephrikian died in Rome in 1982. He founded the independent
  • Ensemble Matheus, Jean - Christophe Spinosi Opus 111 Antonio Vivaldi La Fida Ninfa Ensemble Matheus, Jean - Christophe Spinosi Opus 111 Antonio Vivaldi
  • 1730 his collected works for the theater, including La Merope, La Ceremonie, La Fida Ninfa Marchese Scipione Maffei 1732 Verona Illustrata First
  • La Silvia RV 734 is an dramma pastorale per musica in three acts by Antonio Vivaldi to an Italian libretto by Enrico Bissari. It was first performed
  • La stravaganza The Extravagance Op. 4, is a set of concertos written by Antonio Vivaldi in 1712 1713. The set was first published in 1716 in Amsterdam