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Coro in Cielo Heavenly chorus soprano, alto, tenor Coro marittimo Chorus of sirens soprano, tenor, bass Synopsis[ edit ] The action takes place on and around the island of Ithacaten years after the Trojan Wars.
English translations used in the synopsis are from Geoffrey Dunn's version, based on Raymond Leppard's edition,  and from Hugh Ward-Perkins's interpretation issued with Sergio Vartolo's recording for Brilliant Classics.
Man, they claim, is subject to their whims: No mercy from me!
In the palace at Ithaca, Penelope mourns the long absence of Ulysses: As Penelope leaves, her attendant Melanto enters with Eurimaco, a servant to Penelope's importunate suitors. The two sing passionately of their love for each other "You are my sweet life".
The Phaecians are punished by the gods who turn them and their ship to stone. Ulysses awakes, cursing the Phaecians for abandoning him: Minerva promises to lead Ulisse back to the throne if he follows her advice; she tells him to disguise himself so that he can penetrate the court secretly.
Ulisse El amor patria to seek out his loyal servant Eumete, while Minerva departs to search for Telemaco, Ulisse's son who will help his father reclaim the kingdom.
Back at the palace, Melanto tries vainly to persuade Penelope to choose one of the suitors: Telemaco is greeted joyfully by Eumete and the disguised Ulisse in the woodland grove: The two celebrate their reunion before Ulisse sends Telemaco to the palace, promising to follow shortly.
In the palace, Melanto complains to Eurimaco that Penelope still refuses to choose a suitor: However, they are unnerved when a symbolic eagle flies overhead, so they abandon their plan and renew their efforts to capture Penelope's heart, this time with gold. Back in the woodland grove, Minerva tells Ulisse that she has organised a means whereby he will be able to challenge and destroy the suitors.
Resuming his beggar's disguise, Ulisse arrives at the palace, where he is challenged to a fight by Iro, "I will pluck out the hairs of your beard one by one!
Penelope now states that she will accept the suitor who is able to string Ulisse's bow. All three suitors attempt the task unsuccessfully. The disguised Ulisse then asks to try though renouncing the prize of Penelope's hand, and to everyone's amazement he succeeds. He then angrily denounces the suitors and, summoning the names of the gods, kills all three with the bow: To death, to havoc, to ruin!
Eumete and Telemaco now inform her that the beggar was Ulisse in disguise, but she refuses to believe them: Back in the palace the nurse Ericlea has discovered Ulisse's identity by recognising a scar on his back, but does not immediately reveal this information: Finally, after Ulisse describes the pattern of Penelope's private bedlinen, knowledge that only he could possess, she is convinced.
Reunited, the pair sing rapturously to celebrate their love: According to Carter the work was performed at least ten times during its first season; it was then taken by Manelli to Bolognaand played at the Teatro Castrovillani before returning to Venice for the —41 carnival season.
This view is supported by a study of the performance schedules for other Venice operas, and by the knowledge that the Manelli company had severed its connection with the Teatro Cassiano before the —40 season.
It did, however, demand some spectacular special effects: The discovery of this manuscript in Vienna suggests that at some time the opera was staged there, or at least contemplated, perhaps before the Imperial court. The BBC introduced the opera to British listeners with a radio broadcast on 16 Januaryagain using the d'Indy edition.
Ponnelle's presentation in Edinburgh was later described as "infamous";  at the time, critic Stanley Sadie praised the singers but criticised the production for its "frivolity and indeed coarseness". This version was shown in Johannesburg in and then toured the world, appearing at New York's Lincoln Center in and at the Edinburgh Festival in The music of Il ritorno shows the unmistakable influence of the composer's earlier works.Desde la Patria en Vivo Album by El Trono de México.
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