La belle au bois dormant, ThÈ‚tre de l’AthÈnÈe, Paris

By Francis Carlin [FT, 19 January 2015]
Ottorino Respighi (1879–1936) was Italy’s answer to Ravel as far as orchestration is concerned and best known for a trio of tone poems on Rome. He also completed nine operas, none of them on today’s performance radar.
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