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Work: Partenope, HWV 27: Furibondo spira il vento
The libretto for Partenope had been set many times and by many composers since it was orginially written by Silvio Stampiglia in They might also have been influenced by a letter from Owen Swiney, the man who had famously absconded with the box office takings of Teseo in and was now acting as an informal adviser to the Royal Academy. Now that he was making his own artistic decisions, Handel could return to this subject which was obviously a favourite. The version of the libretto he chose was almost identical to that used by Caldara in — perhaps he still had the published word book from that performance in his library and worked directly from it. It has been said that Partenope is an opera with a truly modern feminist theme. Unusually, we have no record of the reception of this opera when it was first produced in Even the reliable Mary Delaney does not seem to have mentioned it in her correspondence at the time.