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Songs about Masaniello:
La muette de Portici, S. 16: Act II: Duet: Mieux vaut mourir que rester miserable! (Masaniello, Pietro) by Diego Torre from the Album Auber: La muette de Portici
Act 2, Barcarolle. Amis, la matinée est belle - Masaniello by Anja van Engeland from the Album Daniel François Esprit Auber, La Muette de Portici, Highlights, Live recording
Auber: Masaniello Overture by Paul Paray from the Album Suppé: Overtures / Auber: The Bronze Horse, etc.
Auber: Masaniello Overture by Paris Conservatoire Orchestra from the Album Overtures In Hi-Fi
Bohemian Girl/Musical Clock Piece/Eine Kleine Nacthmusik/Invitation to The dance/Waltz from Faust/Polonaise/et... by Nigel Ogden from the Album Pure Nostalgia
Compianto di Masaniello (arr. G. Morini) by Marco Beasley from the Album Storie Di Napoli
La muette de Portici, S. 16: Act II: Amis, le soleil va paraitre (Chorus, Borella, Masaniello) by Diego Torre from the Album Auber: La muette de Portici
Books about Masaniello:
Masaniello: Trauerspiel (German Edition) by Christian Weise (Mar 25, 2013)
Masaniello, the fisherman of Naples: an historical play, etc. [In verse. By George Soane.] by Masaniello (Mar 18, 2010)
Masaniello, le pêcheur de Naples (French Edition) by Charles Jean Baptiste Jacquot Mirecourt (Jan 1, 1889)
Masaniello and other poems by Henry. Lockwood (Jan 1, 1883)
Masaniello of Naples: The Record of a Nine-Days' Revolution by Horace St. John (Aug 31, 2012)
Masaniello by Eugene De Mirecourt (Mar 12, 2013)
Masaniello by Michelangelo Schipa (1925)
Movies about Masaniello:
Love and freedom - Masaniello's story 2011 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 56 mins Directed by: Angelo Antonucci
Love and freedom - Masaniello's story 2011 - Runtime: 1 hr 55 mins Starring: Sergio Assisi, Franco Nero, et al. Directed by: Angelo Antonucci
Wiki information Masaniello:
Masaniello was an Italian fisherman, who became leader of the revolt against the rule of Habsburg Spain in Naples in 1647.
La muette de Portici originally called Masaniello, ou La muette de Portici, is an opera in five acts by Daniel Auber, with a libretto by Germain Delavigne, revised by Eugène Scribe. The work has an important place in musical history, as it is...