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Joseph Martin Kraus: Aeneas in Carthage (Orchestral Music) ()

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Joseph Martin Kraus: Aeneas in Carthage (Orchestral Music) - Jyväskylä Sinfonia; Patrick Gallois (conductor)
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  1. Aeneas in Carthage, opera: Prologue, Overture
  2. Aeneas in Carthage, opera: Prologue. No. 10. Ballet of Zephyrs
  3. Aeneas in Carthage, opera: Prologue. No. 11. Dance of the Naiads and Tritons
  4. Aeneas in Carthage, opera: Act 1. Overture
  5. Aeneas in Carthage, opera: Act 1. No. 4a. March of the Carthaginians
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  1. Aeneas in Carthage, opera: Prologue, Overture
  2. Aeneas in Carthage, opera: Prologue. No. 10. Ballet of Zephyrs
  3. Aeneas in Carthage, opera: Prologue. No. 11. Dance of the Naiads and Tritons
  4. Aeneas in Carthage, opera: Act 1. Overture
  5. Aeneas in Carthage, opera: Act 1. No. 4a. March of the Carthaginians
  6. Aeneas in Carthage, opera: Act 1. No. 5a. Gavotte
  7. Aeneas in Carthage, opera: Act 2. No. 8. Hunting Call
  8. Aeneas in Carthage, opera: Act 2. No. 9. The Chase
  9. Aeneas in Carthage, opera: Act 2. No. 10. Brotta's Air
  10. Aeneas in Carthage, opera: Act 2. No. 11. Archery Contest
  11. Aeneas in Carthage, opera: Act 2. No. 16. Storm
  12. Aeneas in Carthage, opera: Act 3. No. 4a. March of the Carthaginians
  13. Aeneas in Carthage, opera: Act 3. No. 5. March of the Numidians
  14. Aeneas in Carthage, opera: Act 3. No. 15a. Dance of the Carthaginian Maidens
  15. Aeneas in Carthage, opera: Act 3. No. 18. March of the Priests
  16. Aeneas in Carthage, opera: Act 4. No. 8. March of the Roman Soldiers / No. 9. Interlude
  17. Aeneas in Carthage, opera: Act 5. No. 1. Introduction
  18. Aeneas in Carthage, opera: Act 5. No. 9a. Ballet
  19. Aeneas in Carthage, opera: Act 5. No. 14. Minuets 1 and 2
  20. Aeneas in Carthage, opera: Act 5. No. 15. Chaconne
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Joseph Martin Kraus' opera Aeneas in Carthage ignited interest and curiosity even in a time when Kraus' name was not particularly well known. Its libretto was written by Swedish King Gustav III, and the original version of the opera -- never staged -- was six hours long, the longest opera written to that time. In order to defray the rather expensive undertaking of a production, Kraus was permitted to withdraw it and take some time off to polish the work, a process that took a full 10 years. It was finally finished in 1791, ...

Joseph Martin Kraus: Aeneas in Carthage (Orchestral Music) 2010, Naxos

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