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Such is her deep expressive sensitivity, however, that when the fury and agitation embedded in Vivaldi’s impossibly florid acrobatics gave way to tender expressions of love and regret, Genaux brought those scenas to life most affectingly.
The orchestral palette is suffused with colorful Russian and Asian exoticism, and the entire second act amounts to a bravura scena for the work’s femme fatale, the Queen of Shemakha.
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Origin and Etymology of scena
First Known Use: 1788See Words from the same year
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