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The legend of Orfeo was the subject of at least five operas, including Monteverdi's masterpiece La Favola d'Orfeo, before the Roman composer Stefano Landi wrote his version in 1619. Unlike the earlier operas, Landi's focuses exclusively of the events following Orfeo's failed attempt to rescue Eurydice, and even though he is torn apart by the furious Maenads, the opera has a happy ending when he is freed from Hades and restored to his divine status as the son of Apollo. In the program notes for this fine recording of the ...

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  1. Sonata à 8
  2. La Morte D'Orfeo, opera: Act 1. Scene 1
  3. Passacalio à 3
  4. La Morte D'Orfeo, opera: Act 1. Scene 2
  5. La Morte D'Orfeo, opera: Act 1. Scene 3
  6. Sonata decima, for 3 instruments & continuo No. 10 in A minor (Sonata Concertate I/10)
  7. La Morte D'Orfeo, opera: Act 2. Scene 1
  8. La Morte D'Orfeo, opera: Act 2. Scene 2
  9. La Morte D'Orfeo, opera: Act 2. Scene 3
  10. La Morte D'Orfeo, opera: Act 2. Scene 4
  11. La Morte D'Orfeo, opera: Act 3. Scene 1
  12. La Morte D'Orfeo, opera: Act 3. Scene 2
  13. La Morte D'Orfeo, opera: Act 3. Scene 3
  14. La Morte D'Orfeo, opera: Act 3. Scene 4
  15. Canzon No. 8, for 8 parts, C. 202
  16. La Morte D'Orfeo, opera: Act 4. Scene 1
  17. La Morte D'Orfeo, opera: Act 4. Scene 2
  18. Battaglia de Barabosa yerno de Satanas
  19. La Morte D'Orfeo, opera: Act 4. Scene 3
  20. La Morte D'Orfeo, opera: Act 4. Scene 4
  21. Canzon nona a due chori
  22. La Morte D'Orfeo, opera: Act 5. Scene 1
  23. La Morte D'Orfeo, opera: Act 5. Scene 2
  24. La Morte D'Orfeo, opera: Act 5. Scene 3
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