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Xerxes

Author: Silvio StampigliaDavid FieldingJean RigbyCharles MackerrasRodney MacannAll authors
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Copyright held by Kinowelt Entertainment Group ; Munich : Arthaus Musik [distributor], [℗2003], p[1988]
Series: Opera in video.
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Xerxes love for Romilda sets off a series of intrigues which end with Xerxes agreeing to marry Amastris.
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Xerxes.
[S.l.] ; copyright held by Kinowelt Entertainment Group ; Munich : Arthaus Musik [distributor], [℗2003], p[1988].
(OCoLC)224095723
Material Type: Clipart/images/graphics, Internet resource, Videorecording
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File, Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Silvio Stampiglia; David Fielding; Jean Rigby; Charles Mackerras; Rodney Macann; Ann Murray; Valerie Masterson; Noel Davies; Christopher Robson; Niccoló Minato; Nicholas Hytner; Lesley Garrett; Christopher Booth-Jones; George Frideric Handel; Arthaus Musik (Firm); RM Arts (Firm); English National Opera. Orchestra.; English National Opera. Chorus.; Thames Television, ltd.
OCLC Number: 593753288
Language Note: Sung in English ; subtitled in English, German, French, Spanish and Italian.
Notes: Opera in three acts ; libretto by Nicolo Minato. ; revised by Silvio Stampiglia ; English translation by Nicholas Hytner.
Program and biographical notes and synopsis in English, French and German in acc. booklet.
Credits: Opera producer, Nicholas Hytner ; Designer, David Fielding ; senior cameraman, Peter Hodgson ; videotape editor, Mark Dobson ; a Thames Television and RM Arts production for Channel 4.
Performer(s): Serse (Xerxes) (Ann Murray) ; Arsamene (Christopher Robson) ; Romilda (Valerie Masterson) ; Atalanta (Lesley Garrett) ; Amastre (Jean Rigby) ; Elviro (Christopher Booth-Jones) & Ariodate (Rodney Macann) ; English National Opera Orchestra and Chorus ; Sir Charles Mackerras, conductor.
Description: 1 online resource (1 streaming video (185 min.))
Series Title: Opera in video.
Responsibility: music by George Frederic Handel.

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Xerxes love for Romilda sets off a series of intrigues which end with Xerxes agreeing to marry Amastris.

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