Marcello Giordano [Gaston] Philippe Rouillon [Count of Toulouse] Roberto Scandiuzzi [Roger] Marina Mescheriakova [Hélène] Daniel Borowski [Adhémar de Monteil] Simon Edward [Raymond] Hélène Le Corre [Isaure] Slobodan Stankovic [The Emir of Ramla A herald] Wolfgang Barta [A soldier] Jovo Reljin [An officer of the Emir] Chœur de Grand Opera Théâtre de Genève [Nights, ladies, soldiers, pilgrims, penitents, women of the harem, people of Ramla] Orchestre de la Suisse Romande Fabio Luisi (conductor)
Jill Feldman [Médée] Jacques Bona [Créon] Agnes Mellon [Créuse] Gilles Ragon [Jason] Philippe Cantor [Oronte] Sophie Boulin [Nérine] Les Arts Florissants Chours et Orchestre William Christie (conductor)
Harmonia Mundi 901139.41
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