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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
Idomeneo

About this item

Title Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
Idomeneo
Description Dramma per musica in three acts

Libretto: Giambattista Varesco
Creator Royal Opera House
Date November 27, 30, December 4, 6, 9, 12, 16, 1989

Royal Opera House
Covent Garden
London, UK
Contributor Idomeneo, King of Crete- Philip Langridge
Idamante, his son- Ann Murray
Ilia, Princess of Troy- Sylvia McNair
Elettra- Elizabeth Connell
Arbace- Robert Tear
High Priest of Nettuno- Stuart Kale
Oracle- Mark Beesley
Cretan Women- Karen Shelby, Gillian Webster
Trojan Men- Donaldson Bell, Alan Duffield

The Royal Opera
Music director- Bernard Haitink KBE
Principal conductor- Jeffrey Tate
Producer- Johannes Schaaf
Scenery- Hans Schavernoch
Costumes- Lore Haas
Lighting Robert Bryan
Choreography and movement- Kay Lawrence
Conductor- Jeffrey Tate
The Royal Opera Chorus
Chorus director- Robin Stapleton
The Orchestra of the Royal Opera House
Leader- Hugh Maguire
Relation Opera News review
February 17, 1990
Opera review
January 1990
"Storm and a Teacup"
by Hugh Canning

Review
December 7, 1989
"Debut blots out discord"
by Paul Griffiths

The Times
November 28, 1990
Type Opera

Magazine article review

Files

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Opera News February 17 1990 p.1.jpg
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Opera January 1990 p.1.jpg
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Opera January 1990 p.3.jpg
Review December 7 1989.jpg
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Citation

Royal Opera House, “Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
Idomeneo,” Cook Music Library Digital Exhibitions, accessed January 23, 2022, http://collections.libraries.indiana.edu/cookmusiclibrary/items/show/805.