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First performed on May 17th, 1959, at the National Theatre, Prague. Near Florence. The Marchese di Forlimpopoli and the Conte d Albafiorita have been staying for several weeks at an inn where they are rivals for the attention of the proprietor, Mirandolina. Also staying is the misogynist Cavaliere di Ripafratta (who says he would Sung in New English edition by Jeremy Sams. British PremierePerformers Juanita Lascarro, Geoffrey Dolton, Andrew Slater, Mark Wilde, Mary Hegarty, Jean Rigby, Daniel Norman.
Music Bohuslav Martinu. Company Garsington Opera. Company Garsington Opera Orchestra and Chorus. Conductor Martin Andre. Director Martin Duncan. Design Francis O'Connor.
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