Baldassare Galuppi (18 October 1706 – 3 January 1785) was a Venetian composer, born on the island of Burano in the Venetian Republic. He belonged to a generation of composers, including Christoph Willibald Gluck, Domenico Scarlatti, and C. P. E. Bach, whose works are emblematic of the prevailing galant style that developed in Europe throughout the 18th century.
Music by Baldassare Galuppi, libretto by Goldoni-New Grove. "Con licenza de' superiori"-title page. "L'inventore, e direttore de' balli il Sig. Francesco Nardi"-p. Personaggi: Parti serie, ROSANNA. Nardi, Francesco, Rosa Harrach, Baldassare Galuppi, Carlo Goldoni, Angiola Sartori, Nicola Peretti, Maria Angiola Paganini, et al. Arcadia in Brenta. per Giuseppe Richino Malatesta stampatore regio camerale, In Milano, monographic, 1750. APA citation style: Nardi, . Harrach, . Galuppi, . Goldoni, . Sartori, . Peretti, N. Bossi, A. (1750) Arcadia in Brenta.
MLA citation style: Galuppi, Baldassare. scene descriptions-p. Contributor: Nella Stamperia Ameniana - Silva, João Cordeiro Da - Solenghi, Paolino - Goldoni, Carlo - Fegejo, Polisseno - Maruzzi, Lorenzo - Vasques, Gio. Battista - Orti, Giuseppe - Leonardi, Gio - Cavalli, Francesco - Principii, Ottavio - Giorgetti, Lorenzo - Alberti, Andrea - Oliveira, Ignazio D. Date:.
Baldassarre Galuppi (October 18, 1706 - January 3, 1785) was an Italian composer from Venice, noted for his operas, and particularly opera buffa. He was born on the island of Burano in the Venetian Lagoon, as a result of which he became known as Il Buranello. His first attempt at opera, La fede nell'incostanza ossia gli amici rivali (1722) was a spectacular failure, being hissed off the stage. His first opera buffa was L'Arcadia in Brenta (1749). This was also his first collaboration with librettist Carlo Goldoni, with whom he produced a number of operas. These works were very popular, with Il filosofo di campagna (1754) a particular success. Goldoni's libretto Il mondo della luna, first set by Galuppi, was later used by a number of other composers, including Joseph Haydn and Giovanni Paisiello.
Baldassarre Galuppi (18th October 1706-3rd January 1785) was an Italian composer from Venice, noted for his operas, particularly opera buffa. His first attempt at opera, La fede nell'incostanza ossia gli amici rivali (1722) was a spectacular failure, being hissed off the stage. His first opera buffa was L'Arcadia in Brenta (1749). Goldoni's libretto Il mondo della luna, first set by Galuppi, was later used by a number of other composers, including Joseph Haydn and Giovanni Paisiello.
Baldassare Galuppi: Trio Sonatas. Palazzo delle Prigioni, San Marco, Venice. Accademia Vivaldiana. Baldassare Galuppi: Trio Sonatas. CD - Newton Classics
Baldassare Galuppi (Burano 1706 - Venice 1785), called "Il Buranello", is one of the major Italian composers of his time, noted for his operas, and particularly opera buffa. He first led into music thanks to his father, a skilled barber, that used to beautifully play violin at leisure. At the age of sixteen, Galuppi was employed as organist in many churches of the Venetian city center.
Baldassare Galuppi ( born October 18, 1706 Burano near Venice; † January 3, 1785 in Venice) was an Italian composer of central importance for the development of opera buffa of his time, but also one of the most important representatives of opera seria. After his birth, he was referred to as il Buranello or under the Venetian form of his name Baldissara. Although the first setting of Goldoni's text with the seria " Gustavo I, re di svezia " took place in 1740, the collaboration for which Galuppi today is primarily known and the total for himself, but also, indirectly, for the opera buffa should should be influential, yet let to 1749 in coming: From this point on, and beginning with L' Arcadia in Brenta Galuppi.
|A1||Atto Primo (Prima Parte)||23:15|
|B1||Atto Primo (Seconda Parte)||23:22|
|C1||Atto Primo (Conclusione) - Atto Secondo (Prima Parte)||23:00|
|D1||Atto Secondo (Seconda Parte)||24:25|
|E1||Atto Secondo (Conclusione) - Atto Terzo (Prima Parte)||23:42|
|F1||Atto Terzo - (Conclusione)||22:45|
- Baritone Vocals – Alessandro Corbelli
- Bass Vocals – Enzo Dara
- Directed By – Claudio Gallico
- Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Helga Müller-Molinari
- Orchestra – Orchestra del Teatro Regio di Parma
- Soprano Vocals – Carmen Vilalta, Ivana Cavallini, Lauretta Perasso
- Tenor Vocals – Luigi Alva