The overture sets the pace. In less than nine minutes you have traveled from Beethoven to Mozart to Rossini and back again. Although there is not much originality here (except in the wild juxtapositions of style), it is a wonder that this overture hasn't been picked up by enterprising conductors around the world. It is a really fun piece of music. So goes the rest of the opera. You might at any moment think that you are listening to lost numbers from DIE ENTFUHRUNG, COSI, FIDELIO or LE SIEGE DE CORINTH. Derivative or not, this score really works. There isn't a single boring moment. The plot is icky. At its core are a brother and sister who are having an affair. They don't know that they are related. It gets worse,(This is NOT a typical "clemency" libretto common in the late 18th an early 19th century) but the music is universally entertaining.
The well recorded performance from Wildbad, doesn't have any standout great singing, but the overall level is very high. (Better in fact than some much starrier recent opera releases.)
The "live" sound recording is excellent. There is a libretto in Italian only.