Maometto II - Recordings


Year Cast
(Maometto, Anna,
Calbo, Erisso)
Opera House and Orchestra
1983 Samuel Ramey,
June Anderson,
Margherita Zimmermann,
Ernesto Palacio
Claudio Scimone,
Philharmonia Orchestra and Ambrosian Opera Chorus
Audio CD: Phillips
Cat: 475 509-2
1985 Samuel Ramey,
Cecilia Gasdia,
Lucia Valentini-Terrani,
Chris Merritt
Claudio Scimone,
Prague Philharmonic Orchestra and European Festival Chorus
(Video recording of a performance at the Pesaro Rossini Festival)
DVD: Premiere Opera
Cat: 5187
2005 Lorenzo Regazzo,
Carmen Giannattasio,
Annarita Gemmabella,
Maxim Mironov
Claudio Scimone,
Orchestra and chorus of the Teatro La Fenice
(Video recording of a performance at the Teatro La Fenice di Venezia of the version performed in that theatre in 1822, February).
DVD: Dynamic
Cat: DV 33492
2008 Michele Pertusi,
Marina Rebeka,
Daniela Barcellona,
Francesco Meli
Gustav Kuhn,
Orchestra Haydn di Bolzano e Trento and Prague Chamber Chorus
(Recording of a performance in the Adriatic Arena, Pesaro, August)
Audio CD: Celestial Audio
Cat: CA 831

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