A Neapolitan Opera
Centre production will be toured starting in Liverpool in January, 2008.
Abel's expertise in resuscitating neglected French operas brought him to the attention of the world-renowned Rossini Festival in Pesaro, where he took on several of Rossini's Neapolitan opera
Fortuitously, Dinko Fabris's nearly simultaneous publication of Music in Seventeenth Century Naples: The Case of Francesco Provenzale (1624-1704) (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2003) offers a good complement to Emblems of Eloquence in its exposition of Neapolitan opera
during the same period.
Now, Pizza Hut is bringing the best of Italy to your town with the introduction of its new Neapolitan Pizza and a visit from the infamous Neapolitan Opera
Man and Neapolitan Opera
The remaining essays in this section deal with the exporting of Neapolitan opera
seria to Venice, Germany, and Madrid.
In their own preface, Brauner and Gossett set Ermione in the context of Rossini's and Tottola's other Neapolitan operas
(Mose in Egitto , La donna del lago , and Zelmira ), sketch the plot, and examine the creation of the libretto by tracing the Andromache legend from Euripides and Seneca to Racine and through eighteenth-century Italian and French librettos that had previously treated this subject.