Robert Johnston

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  • 1.
    D'Avalos: Maria Di Venosa / D'Avalos, Bullock, Summers
    Label: Chandos   Catalog: 10355 Release Date: 10/18/2005   Number of Discs: 2
    Composer:  Francesco D'Avalos
    Performer:  Hilary Summers,  Ruth Holton,  Robert Johnston,  Helen Parker  ... 
    Conductor:  Francesco D'Avalos
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  Philharmonia Orchestra,  Philharmonia Chorus,  Apollo Voices
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  • 2.
    Weill: The Firebrand Of Florence
    Label: Capriccio Records   Catalog: 60091 Release Date: 01/01/2004   Number of Discs: 2
    Composer:  Kurt Weill
    Performer:  Stephen Charlesworth,  George Dvorsky,  Lori Ann Fuller,  Rodney Gilfry  ... 
    Conductor:  Sir Andrew Davis
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  BBC Symphony Orchestra,  BBC Singers Choir
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Part I Scene 1: Castle at Gesualdo - Room of Carlo Gesualdo, Prince of Venosa - Night ...
Part I Scene 2: The room of Maria d'Avalos, Princess of Venosa, and the adjoining hall in the Palace at Naples on her wedding day -
Part I Scene 3: Music room in the Castle at Venosa -
Part I Scene 4: Maria's room in the Castle at Venosa -
Part I Scene 5: Music room in the Castle at Venosa -
Part I Scene 6: The garden of the Castle at Venosa on a stormy night -
Part I Scene 7: Ballroom in the Palace of the Viceroy of Naples - Ball
Part II Scene 7: Ballroomn in the Palace of the Viceroy - Continuation of the last scene of Part I -
Part II Scene 8: A balcony of the Palace of the Viceroy during the ball, and the beach beneath it -
Part II Scene 9: Maria's room in the Palace at Naples -
Part II Scene 10: A tavern -
Part II Scene 11: Maria's room in the Palace at Naples -
Part II Scene 12: A forest - Hunt -
Part II Scene 13: Piazza San Domenico in Naples with the Palace in which the Gesualdos live - Night -
Part II Scene 14: Castle at Gesualdo - Room of Carlo Gesualdo - Night - Sequel to the first scene - Death of Carlo Gesualdo