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SCARLATTI, D.: Iste confessor / Miserere in E minor / Salve regina / Te Deum / Cibavit nos Dominus (Scandrett)

SCARLATTI, D.: Iste confessor / Miserere in E minor / Salve regina / Te Deum / Cibavit nos Dominus (Scandrett)

The Classical Shop
release date: October 2012

Originally recorded in 2012

Artists:

Scandrett, Robert


Robert Scandrett

Conductor

Susan Erickson

Soloist

Robert Scandrett

Soloist

Michael Bisio

Soloist

Stephen Arnold

Soloist

Western Washington University Concert Choir



Record Label
Carus

Genre:

Choir


Classical

Total Time - 58:19
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SCARLATTI, D.: Iste confessor / Miserere in E minor / Salve regina / Te Deum / Cibavit nos Dominus (Scandrett)

     
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DOMENICO SCARLATTI

1 

Iste confessor

3:52
 Robert Scandrett Soloist
     
2 

Miserere in E minor

11:11
 Robert Scandrett Conductor
     
3 

Salve regina

8:14
 Michael Bisio Soloist
     
4 

Te Deum

7:12
 Michael Bisio Soloist
     
5 

Cibavit nos Dominus

3:48
 Robert Scandrett Conductor
     
6 

Te gloriosus

6:08
 Stephen Arnold Soloist
     
 

BIBLE - NEW TESTAMENT

7 

Magnificat

4:39
 Robert Scandrett Conductor
     
 

DOMENICO SCARLATTI

8 

Laetatus sum

13:15
 Susan Erickson Soloist
 Scandrett, Robert


On the occasion of its 40th anniversary Carus has initiated a new series Carus Classics, featuring outstanding CD productions from the past library of recordings. This exclusive collection, designed by Friedrich Forssman and Cornelia Feyll.
 
"The performances by the 50-voice choir are highly competent." - American Record Guide -  May 1992.
 

"... Scarlatti composed with remarkable polyphonic facility and a subtle complexity that makes these sacred pieces consistenly enjoyable and well worth any choral fan’s time... I really enjoy the performances by a very good academic choir from America’s Pacific Northwest... The choral voices here have a distinctly youthful ring to them; but their collective technical precision, sectional balance, adroit phrasing, and pinpoint intonation result in renditions that leave very little, if anything, to be desired."..

Lindsay Koob - American Record Guide - January/February 2013




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