Rodelinda


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Rodelinda

faithful to her deposed husband, Bertarido. [Br. Opera: Handel, Rodelinda, Westerman, 50–52]
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Trinidadian coloratura soprano Jeanine de Bique sang Handel's Rodelinda at France's Opera de Lille to great acclaim last year.
Sioned performed the role of Kate (The Pirates of Penzance) for Scottish Opera in 2013 and was subsequently offered an "Emerging Artist" contract with the company for the 2013-14 season, where her roles included Eduige (Rodelinda) and the Third Witch (Macbeth).
"And if you look at the music compared to, say, Julius Caesar or the role of Bertarido in Rodelinda, you can see why Senesino might have thrown his toys out of the pram, because traditionally where castrati were seen as the true heroes, in Orlando you don't see that.
FOR the first time in their 51-year history, Scottish Opera bring Handel's back-stabbing baroque opera Rodelinda to the stage.
A horrible example in this writer's view was Harry Bicket's flat and phraseless conducting in the Metropolitan Opera's production of Handel's Rodelinda last year.
The rising stars will sing arias and duos from his operas, Rodelinda, Giulio Cesare, Amadigi di Gaula, Theodora and Rinaldo, plus his cantata Il Duello Amoroso.
A production of Handel's Rodelinda will be broadcast live in HD at 5.30pm on December 3 at Cineworld Boldon and the Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle.
Her interpretation of Handel's dramatic Rodelinda, was sung with emotions that touched the heart.
Handel: "If my pain, my bitter sighing" (Rodelinda).
It means, however, that the volume loses out on biographies of people such as the castrato Farinelli (whom Handel reportedly tried to meet without success), Joseph Addison (who left a wonderful description of the staging of Rinaldo in London in 1711), or Horace Walpole (from whom we have a description of performances of Rodelinda in 1725).