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In recent decades, the music of Spanish composer José de Nebra (1702-1768) has enjoyed it's well-deserved renaissance, and time and again one is amazed at the melodic inventiveness and dramatic power of his works. Alberto Miguélez Rouco and his ensemble Los Elementos present here the zarzuela Donde hay violencia, no hay culpa ("Where there is violence, there is no guilt"), first performed in 1744, which treats the story of the rape of the virtuous Roman woman Lucretia, the founding myth of the Roman Republic, as handed down by Livius.
In recent decades, the music of Spanish composer José de Nebra (1702-1768) has enjoyed it's well-deserved renaissance, and time and again one is amazed at the melodic inventiveness and dramatic power of his works. Alberto Miguélez Rouco and his ensemble Los Elementos present here the zarzuela Donde hay violencia, no hay culpa ("Where there is violence, there is no guilt"), first performed in 1744, which treats the story of the rape of the virtuous Roman woman Lucretia, the founding myth of the Roman Republic, as handed down by Livius.
8424562235359

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Format: CD
Label: GLOSSA
Rel. Date: 10/21/2022
UPC: 8424562235359

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In recent decades, the music of Spanish composer José de Nebra (1702-1768) has enjoyed it's well-deserved renaissance, and time and again one is amazed at the melodic inventiveness and dramatic power of his works. Alberto Miguélez Rouco and his ensemble Los Elementos present here the zarzuela Donde hay violencia, no hay culpa ("Where there is violence, there is no guilt"), first performed in 1744, which treats the story of the rape of the virtuous Roman woman Lucretia, the founding myth of the Roman Republic, as handed down by Livius.
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