L'oracolo in Messenia

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L'oracolo in Messenia is a 1738 opera by Vivaldi to a libretto by Apostolo Zeno. The opera was composed for the autumn Venetian carnival season of 1738 after Vivaldi took over the Teatro Sant'Angelo from the impresario who had managed it the year before.[1][2]

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  1. ^ Michael Talbot The Vivaldi Compendium Page xxv 2011 "For the carnival season of 1738 he took over the Teatro Sant'Angelo from the impresario who had managed it in the preceding autumn and staged three operas: a new composition (L'oracolo in Messenia), an updated version of an earlier ..."
  2. ^ Karl Heller Antonio Vivaldi: The Red Priest of Venice Page 108 1997 "That season included performances of the new opera L'oracolo in Messenia; the pasticcio Rosmira (with arias by, among others, Hasse, Handel, and Pergolesi ) arranged by Vivaldi; and Armida al campo d'Egitto, which had first been ..."
  3. ^ Ashley, Tim (10 October 2012). "Culture Music Classical music Vivaldi: L'Oracolo in Messenia – review". The Guardian. Guardian Media Group. Retrieved 17 November 2012.