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HASSE, J.A.: Contadina (La) [Opera] (Arcadia, Cremonesi)

HASSE, J.A.: Contadina (La) [Opera] (Arcadia, Cremonesi)

The Classical Shop
release date: February 2013

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Cremonesi, Attilio


Attilio Cremonesi

Conductor

Lorenzo Regazzo

Soloist

Attilio Cremonesi

Soloist

Graciela Oddone

Soloist

Arcadia



Venue:

Schweizer Radio drs2, Zurich, Switzerland



Record Label
Glossa

Genre:

Chamber


Classical

Total Time - 70:17
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HASSE, J.A.: Contadina (La) [Opera] (Arcadia, Cremonesi)

     
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JOHANN ADOLF HASSE

1 

L'Astarto: Overture

2:27
 Attilio Cremonesi Conductor
     
 

Scintilla e Don Tabarano (La contadina)

 
2 Act I: Cavatina: Alla vita, al portamento (Tabarano) 2:26
 Lorenzo Regazzo Soloist
     
3 Act I: Recitative: Tieni lo specchio in tasca? (Tabarano) 1:38
 Lorenzo Regazzo Soloist
     
4 Act I: Aria: Sul verde praticello (Scintilla) 2:00
 Lorenzo Regazzo Soloist
     
5 Act I: Recitative: E qui Don Tabarano (Scintilla, Tabarano) 6:44
 Graciela Oddone Soloist
     
 

BERNARDO SADDUMENE

6 Act I: Aria: Piu viver non voglio (Scintilla) 4:34
 Graciela Oddone Soloist
     
 

PIETRO FILIPPO SCARLATTI

7 Act I: Recitative: Eh! Va via, pesso d'asino (Tabarano, Scintilla) 2:37
 Graciela Oddone Soloist
     
 

BERNARDO SADDUMENE

8 Act I: Duetto: Vorrei, o dio, ma vedo (Scintilla, Tabarano) 3:44
 Attilio Cremonesi Soloist
     
9 Act II: Recitative: Ti dico che qui voglio (Tabarano) 1:18
 Lorenzo Regazzo Soloist
     
10 Act II: Ballo da Turco 2:26
 Graciela Oddone Soloist
     
11 Act II: Recitative: Cos'e? Vengono? Presto! (Tabarano, Scintilla) 4:46
 Graciela Oddone Soloist
     
12 Act II: Aria: Strappami il core, o barbaro (Scintilla) 5:00
 Lorenzo Regazzo Soloist
     
 

JOHANN ADOLF HASSE

13 Act II: Recitative: A poco amor scaccia lo sdegno (Tabarano, Scintilla) 3:17
 Lorenzo Regazzo Soloist
     
 

BERNARDO SADDUMENE

14 Act II: Aria: Star allegra, brava, brava (Tabarano, Scintilla) 3:51
 Graciela Oddone Soloist
     
 

PIETRO FILIPPO SCARLATTI

15 Act II: Recitative: Decir conoscer bene ti (Tabarano, Scintilla) 1:43
 Attilio Cremonesi Soloist
     
 

JOHANN ADOLF HASSE

16 Act II: Duetto: Deh, ti placa (Scintilla, Tabarano) 3:12
 Lorenzo Regazzo Soloist
     
17 Act II: Recitative: Cos'e, Corbo? (Tabarano, Scintilla) 1:57
 Graciela Oddone Soloist
     
 

BERNARDO SADDUMENE

18 Act II: Tempo di minuetto 1:21
 Attilio Cremonesi Soloist
     
19 Act II: Ballo di Villano 0:35
 Lorenzo Regazzo Soloist
     
20 Act II: Minuetto da capo 0:53
 Lorenzo Regazzo Soloist
     
 

MICHELLE MASCITTI

 

Concerto a 6 in G major, Op. 7, No. 3

 
21 I. Vivace 3:55
 Attilio Cremonesi Conductor
     
22 II. Largo 2:44
 Attilio Cremonesi Conductor
     
23 III. Allegro 1:54
 Attilio Cremonesi Conductor
     
24 IV. Largo 2:26
 Attilio Cremonesi Conductor
     
25 V. Allegro 2:49
 Attilio Cremonesi Conductor
 Cremonesi, Attilio


Johann Adolf Hasse was twenty-nine years old and on his first visit to Italy when he wrote La Contadina in Naples. The music of the intermezzo, which sparkles with wit and temperament, enjoyed such a great success that a total of thirty-eight productions in major European opera houses can be documented between 1728 and 1769. La Contadina was one of the hits of the eighteenth century.
 
It is hard to believe that this work was composed at the same time as Johann Sebastian Bach’s cantatas and passions. Its strengths include a spirited libretto full of humour and earthy eroticism, and, above all, extremely modern music that is already endowed with all the characteristics of the subsequent “Classical” style. The timeless vitality of the agile recitatives and individually fashioned arias also captivates today’s listeners.
 
At a time of a substantial reappraisal of the work of composers such as Porpora, Vinci, and Mancini, as well as Hasse himself, Glossa and the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis are pleased to be able to reissue this splendid recording which, apart from featuring notable singers in Graciela Oddone and Lorenzo Regazzo, involves fine instrumental players such as Pablo Valetti, Amandine Beyer, Riccardo Minasi and Attilio Cremonesi.
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