Alessandro Scarlatti considered Guiditta his finest oratorio. This is the version written in Rome in 1697 for three voices and strings, often known as the Cambridge Giuditta. Alessandro Quarta conducts with Francesca Aspromonte soprano, Hilary Summers contralto and Luca Cervoni tenor.
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La Giuditta by Scarlatti
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