It certainly is. Though I often thought it a pity that Schipa did not have Galli-Curci or dal Monte as his Norina, finding Saraceni's tone somewhat acidulated by comparison with theirs.
This was the first opera reissued by EMI on CD using the then-new CEDAR process. In the UK, at least, the opera was perhaps unique among Italian-made opera sets by being issued originally on the cheaper plum-label 78s.
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