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  1. Find album release information for Telemann: Pimpinone - Mechthild Bach, Michael Schneider, Michael Schopper, La Stagione Chorus, La Stagione Orchestra on AllMusic.
  2. Mar 31,  · The comedy’s two characters hardly could be better poised for battle: Vespetta is a poor chambermaid hoping to use her romantic charms to attain a better station in life; Pimpinone is a wobbly.
  3. Telemann's Pimpinone is a classic comic chamber opera for two performers. The comedy is the conventional plot of an older well-to-do man looking to marry a very young woman, in this case his own recently hired chambermaid. The chambermaid is naturally interested more in the bank account than his physical charms.5/5(2).
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  5. Pimpinone, TWV , is a comic opera by the German composer Georg Philipp Telemann with a libretto by Johann Philipp Praetorius. Its full title is Die Ungleiche Heirat zwischen Vespetta und Pimpinone oder Das herrsch-süchtige Camer Mägden (The Unequal Marriage Between Vespetta and Pimpinone or The Domineering Chambermaid). The work is described as a Lustiges Zwischenspiel .
  6. Telemann - Pimpinone. Add to Favorites. More Actions. Modify Recording. Delete Recording. Cancel Series Recording. Modify Series Recording. Watch Options. Rent/Buy. Rent. Buy. Subscribe. Set Parental Lock. Unlock. Restart. Telemann - Pimpinone. Georg Philipp Telemann uses the battle of the sexes as the subject for an intermezzo. more. Start.
  7. Albinoni’s setting of Pimpinone is one of the earliest of the Venetian intermezzi to survive from this time period. It consists of three intermezzi with a linking plot. The first two were performed after the first and second acts, while the third was placed somewhere within the final act of the serious opera, as a respite during a scene change.
  8. Seeking a husband, the sly servant Vespetta (Italian for “little wasp”) sets her sights on the wealthy old merchant Pimpinone. He seeks a new chambermaid, one who is hardworking and never entertains visitors or goes on outings to the opera. Vespetta’s crafty flattery works its charm and Pimpinone jubilantly hires her on the spot.

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