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Mozart - L'oca del Cairo / Fischer-Dieskau, Wiens, P. Schreier, D. Johnson, Coburn, P. Schreier ~ Lo Sposo deluso / Grant, Palmer, Rolfe Johnson, Tear, Cotrubas, C. Davis
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Peter Schreier, Sir Colin Davis
Mozart - L'oca del Cairo / Fischer-Dieskau, Wiens, P. Schreier, D. Johnson, Coburn, P. Schreier ~ Lo Sposo deluso / Grant, Palmer, Rolfe Johnson, Tear, Cotrubas, C. Davis
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Delightful early operas!
Douglas Barrow | 09/18/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)

"No "Don Giovanni's" here, but utterly charming music nonetheless from a young Mozart. Superb performances too."
Mozart Opera Buffa
Douglas Barrow | Katy, TX | 08/31/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)

"L'Oca del Cairo (The Cairo Goose) and Lo Sposo Deluso (The Disappointed Bridegroom)If you're not ready for a full length Mozart opera then try these two extensive fragments of opera buffa (comic opera). Light and airy I enjoyed both. Both are very much Mozart in his early opera period, three years before Figaro. Wonderful music.db"
Interesting
Gerard Sparaco | Little Valley, NY United States | 05/15/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)

"The value in owning lesser know and fragmentary works of the great composers is to view their artistic development and judgements. Mozart abandoned composing L'oca del Cairo because, as he states in a letter to his father Leopold, it was just plain dumb. And listening to this fragment, we can see that Mozart's heart just wasn't into it. I give this disc four stars for the second fragment, Lo Sposo deluso, which is absolutely brilliant and makes me wish he completed the opera."