Listen to a Sample:
- A young Gwyneth Jones is perfectly cast as Medea, bringing Mozartian purity and Wagnerian intensity.
- Carlo Cossutta also finds a nice balance between the classical nature of this piece and its proto-romatic leanings.
- As Creonte, Justino Diaz manages to distiguish himself despite the role's lack of opportunities to really stand-out.
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