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Composer: Orlandini, Giuseppe Maria (1676-1760)

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Year of birth1676
Year of death1760
NationalityItaly
PeriodBaroque
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New York CityVenice Baroque Orchestra: The Swedish Nightingale

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Venice Baroque Orchestra; Ann Hallenberg; Gianpiero Zanocco
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Hallenberg transports Halle audience to Venice

Ann Hallenberg and Maxim Emelyanychev © Thomas Ziegler
Ann Hallenberg dazzles at the Halle Handel Festival with a programme of newly discovered gems from the Venice Carnival of 1729.
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More than a drama queen: Joyce DiDonato in Amsterdam

It has been five years since mezzo Joyce DiDonato last sang in Amsterdam. In those five years, she won an Emmy Award, headed the cast of countless productions at the Met and Covent Garden, and has been recognized as one of the greatest opera singers of our time by the press and aficionados alike.
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Joyce DiDonato's Drama Queens at Carnegie Hall: The joy of being a human

When on Sunday afternoon Joyce DiDonato came onstage at Carnegie Hall, the savvy New York audience gave her a truly royal reception by welcoming her with a long ovation. Such a reaction from the audience was hardly surprising.
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Joyce DiDonato's Drama Queens a hit at the Theater an der Wien

It was a touching moment when an overwhelmed Joyce DiDonato re-entered the stage after her fourth encore and covered her face with her hands for a few moments, not sure what to do in response to the unceasing applause.
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Engelsflug in Brüssel: Hallenberg und Il pomo d'oro mit Carnevale 1729

Ann Hallenberg © Örjan Jakobsson
So macht Karneval auch für einen Nichtjecken Spaß: barocke Unterhaltung mit Eleganz, Klarheit und Klasse.
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