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Friedrich von Flotow’s M’Appari Tutt’ Amor arranged for Vibraphone & Piano.
The first performance of Martha took place at the Kärntnertortheater in Vienna on 25 November 1847. Other early productions which followed included those at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane in London on 4 July 1849.
In the United States, it was produced at Niblo’s Garden in New York on 1 November 1852 with Anna Bishop, and New Orleans on 27 January 1860, in French. Further notable performances in France were given at the Théâtre Lyrique in Paris on 16 December 1865 with the first inclusion of ’M’appari’ (drawn from Flotow’s L’âme en peine).
In 1877, at the Royal Italian Opera in Covent Garden, Victor Capoul performed as Lyonel, with Francesco Graziani (baritone) as Plumkett and Sofia Scalchi as Nancy.
The popularity of Martha received a fresh boost in 1906 when it was staged at the New York Metropolitan Opera in a production that featured the great tenor Enrico Caruso, singing in Italian. Caruso would perform the role of Lyonel many times during subsequent seasons and record extracts from the Italian version of the opera. Recent productions in Great Britain have included those by Opera South in 1986 and 2009 and Bel Canto Opera in 2002. Those in the U.S have included Michigan Opera Theatre in 1985.
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