|A2||Prendi, Prendi; O Cintia|
|A3||Deh Soccorri Un Infelice|
|B1||Sappi Che La Bellezza|
|B2||Se Da' Begli Occhi Tuoi|
|B3||Di Questo Audace Ferro|
|B4||Più La Belva Nel Bosco Non Freme|
|B5||Ah, Come Il Core - Ombra Del Caro Bene|
|B6||Barbaro Conte . . . - Dell'Amor Mio Fedele|
La fedeltà premiata (Fidelity Rewarded), Hob. XXVIII/10, is an opera in three acts by Joseph Haydn first performed at the Eszterháza (Fertőd, Hungary) on 25 February 1781 to celebrate the reopening of the court theatre after a fire. It was revised for a new version first performed in 1782.
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Haydn: La Fedelta Premiata. Budapest Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra Orchestra, Frigyes Sandor Conductor. CDs: 3 Tracks: 64 Length: 3:22:00. CD 1 of 3. (Franz) Joseph Haydn Composer. La Fedeltà Premiata, Ho. XVIII:10 (opera) Work.
La fedeltà premiata (Fidelity Rewarded) is an opera in three acts by Joseph Haydn first performed at Eszterháza on 25 February 1781 to celebrate the reopening of the court theatre after a fire. The main opera house adjoining the palace at Eszterháza had been destroyed by fire in November 1779; La fedeltà premiata, composed in 1780, inaugurated the new state-of-the-art theatre in the grounds which opened after major delays 15 months later. The opera was written during the most prolific period of Haydn's operatic composition between.
Haydn: La fedeltà premiata. Júlia Pászthy (Soprano), Veronika Kincses (Soprano), Mária Zempléni (Soprano), Ilona Tokody (Soprano), Attila Fülöp (Tenor), István Rozsos (Tenor), Gábor Vághelyi (Baritone), József Gregor (Bass). Show 61 remaining tracks for Haydn: La fedelta premiata, Hob. XXVIII:10. Act 1: Introduction: Bella Dea, che in Ciel risplendi (Chorus).
Haydn: Symphonies Nos. 92 ("Oxford") & 94 ("Surprise"); La fedeltà premiata Overture. Adam, needless to say, got the better end of that deal: there's more to Haydn than a dozen Bartóks or a hundred Liszts, more brilliance, more energy, more wit, more tenderness, more power, more profundity, more humanity, more of everything that makes a composer or a man great. In this recording of the Overture to La fedeltà premiata and his Oxford and Surprise symphonies with the Ösche Philharmonie, Adam Fischer turns in richly characterful, wonderfully alive, and deeply human performances as fine as any ever recorded