La Stellidaura vendicante
The opera was a major success for Provenzale and continued in the repertoire.
- La Stellidaura vendicante – Stellidaura (mezzo-soprano) Jennifer Rivera; Armillo (countertenor) Hagen Matzeit; Armidoro (tenor) Bogdan Mihai; Orismondo (tenor) Carlo Allemano; Giampetro (bass) Enzo Capuano. Accademia Montis Regalis, Alessandro De Marchi (conductor); 2CDs, Deutsche Harmonia Mundi, Festwochen der Alten Musik May 2013
- Julie Anne Sadie: Companion to Baroque Music (1998), p. 76: "Provenzale was particularly active as an opera composer in the 1650s and again in the 1670s, although he may well have ... Only two operas that are entirely his own work survive, Lo schiavo di sua moglie (1671) and La Stellidaura vendicata."
- Susan McClary: Structures of Feeling in Seventeenth-Century Cultural Expression (2013) p. 44: "He was among the first to recognize the talent of the young Niccolino Grimaldi, who made his debut at the age of twelve as a soprano in the summer 1685 production of Provenzale's La Stellidaura vendicante, and in the following year received ..."
- "La Stellidaura vendicante – Innsbrucker Festwochen der Alten Musik" on Vimeo
- "At Innsbruck Festival, Opera as It Is Rarely Seen Today" by George Loomis, The New York Times, 14 August 2013