Two 'Triumphant' Works from Handel and Caldara

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We hear Handel's Overture to The Triumph of Time and Truth, played by the Orchestra La Scintillia of Zurich Opera. They're in concert in Boston. Then the dazzling mezzo-soprano Cecilia Bartoli performs an aria from an oratorio by Baroque composer Antonio Caldara, called "The Triumph of Chastity."

Cecilia Bartoli, from a publicity photograph.

Cecila Bartoli is triumphant, singing an aria from Caldara. Decca Classics hide caption

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