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Events Reviews Articles Video. Work: L'Orontea: Intorno all'idol mio. Find classical music concert, opera, ballet and dance listings. Fact file. Upcoming events See more Buy tickets. Latest reviews See more 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.
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.
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. All rights reserved. Click here for conditions of use.
Intorno All' Idol Mio: From the Opera Orontea
Orontea is an opera in a prologue and three acts by the Italian composer Antonio Cesti with a libretto by Giacinto Andrea Cicognini revised by Giovanni Filippo Apolloni. The first performance took place in Innsbruck on 19 February Orontea was one of the most popular Italian operas of the 17th century. It includes well-known soprano arias such as " Intorno all'idol mio " English: " Around my idol " , " Addio Corindo " and " Il mio ben dice ch'io speri ". Queen Orontea renounces love, even though her chief adviser Creonte urges her to marry for the good of the kingdom.
Intorno all' idol mio
Piano Accompaniment sheet music. SSA choir, piano From the opera "Orontea". Composed by Antonio Cesti Arranged by Robert Sieving. Janet Galvan Women's Choral Series. In "Intorno all' idol mio," he beautifully sets a lovely aria from the Cesti opera "Orontea" for women's voices. As is always the case with music in the Janet Galvan series, we include notes about the period and the music, an IPA translation for the Italian text, and a historically accurate representation of music from the Baroque period.