Giovanni Simon Mayr: Medea in Corinto

By Ralph P. Locke for Opera Today

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Medea in Corinto
(Medea in Corinth, 1813 and much revised over the course of the
next ten years) was Mayr’s best-known opera and remained a repertory staple
for a time even after his death. It has been revived frequently in our own
day, especially in Italy, where audiences can of course follow the plot and
shifting emotions without recourse to supertitles.

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