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Meyerbeer was a precocious composer and this album traces some of his very earliest works. Der Fischer und das Milchmädchen was his first stage work, a charming rural vignette that contains all the essential features of a ballet-divertissement couched in writing that enchantingly evokes the 18thcentury. Collaborating with his teacher, the Abbé Georg Vogler, Meyerbeer composed DerAdmiralin1811. The following year saw Wirt und Gast with the vivid Oriental exoticism of it's Janissary music, while Romildae Constanza, his first Italian opera, shows his complete assimilation of Rossinian models.
Meyerbeer was a precocious composer and this album traces some of his very earliest works. Der Fischer und das Milchmädchen was his first stage work, a charming rural vignette that contains all the essential features of a ballet-divertissement couched in writing that enchantingly evokes the 18thcentury. Collaborating with his teacher, the Abbé Georg Vogler, Meyerbeer composed DerAdmiralin1811. The following year saw Wirt und Gast with the vivid Oriental exoticism of it's Janissary music, while Romildae Constanza, his first Italian opera, shows his complete assimilation of Rossinian models.
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Format: CD
Label: Naxos
Rel. Date: 10/28/2022
UPC: 747313431670

Overtures & Stage Music
Artist: Czech Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra Pardubice
Format: CD
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Meyerbeer was a precocious composer and this album traces some of his very earliest works. Der Fischer und das Milchmädchen was his first stage work, a charming rural vignette that contains all the essential features of a ballet-divertissement couched in writing that enchantingly evokes the 18thcentury. Collaborating with his teacher, the Abbé Georg Vogler, Meyerbeer composed DerAdmiralin1811. The following year saw Wirt und Gast with the vivid Oriental exoticism of it's Janissary music, while Romildae Constanza, his first Italian opera, shows his complete assimilation of Rossinian models.
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