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Opera Arias (Soprano): Invernizzi, Roberta - PORPORA, N. / VINCI, L. / SARO, D.N. (I Viaggi di Faustina)

Opera Arias (Soprano): Invernizzi, Roberta - PORPORA, N. / VINCI, L. / SARO, D.N. (I Viaggi di Faustina)

The Classical Shop
release date: June 2013

Recorded in 24 Bit / 88.2Khz
album available as a Studio File
Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Antonio Florio

Conductor

Antonio Florio

Conductor

Roberta Invernizzi

Soloist

Antonio Florio

Soloist

Tom Rossi

Soloist

Turchini, I

Chamber

Venue:

Sala del Vasari, Chiesa di S. Anna dei Lombardi, Naples, Italy

Venue

Record Label
Glossa

Genre:

Opera


Classical

Total Time - 63:50
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Opera Arias (Soprano): Invernizzi, Roberta - PORPORA, N. / VINCI, L. / SARO, D.N. (I Viaggi di Faustina)

     
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NICOLA PORPORA

1 

Poro

5:23
 Antonio Florio Soloist
     
 

SILVIO STAMPIGLIA

2 

Il trionfo di Camilla

2:54
 Antonio Florio Soloist
     
 

FRANCESCO MANCINI

3 

Traiano

4:59
 Roberta Invernizzi Soloist
     
 

NICOLA PORPORA

4 

L'agrippina

2:42
 Antonio Florio Conductor
     
 

LEONARDO VINCI

5 

Catone in Utica

3:21
 Roberta Invernizzi Soloist
     
6 

Il trionfo di Camilla

8:07
 Antonio Florio Soloist
     
 

PIETRO METASTASIO

7 

Poro

6:21
 Roberta Invernizzi Soloist
     
 

FRANCESCO MANCINI

8 

Traiano

2:42
 Antonio Florio Conductor
     
 

SILVIO STAMPIGLIA

9 

La Partenope

4:29
 Antonio Florio Soloist
     
 

PIETRO METASTASIO

10 

Catone in Utica

3:03
 Roberta Invernizzi Soloist
     
 

LEONARDO VINCI

11 

Parto ma con qual core

3:59
 Antonio Florio Soloist
     
 

DOMENICO NATALE SARRO

12 

Flute Concerto

6:05
 Tom Rossi Soloist
     
 

FRANCESCO MANCINI

13 

Traiano

3:24
 Antonio Florio Soloist
     
 

ANTONIO MARIA BONONCINI

14 

Rosiclea in Dania

6:21
 Roberta Invernizzi Soloist
     
 Antonio Florio Conductor


With I Viaggi di Faustina Glossa is launching a new collection focusing on famous Italian singers from the 17th and 18th centuries, whose travels bear witness to the intense level of artistic activity then taking place in the major cities of Europe. Faustina Bordoni, the brilliant diva with whom we begin this series pursued her career mainly in Naples (the principal focus of this CD) and Venice, but also in cities such as Bologna, Parma, Dresden and London. These were cities hosting – with great success – operas by Johann Adolph Hasse (Bordoni’s husband), Nicola Popora, Leonardo Vinci, Francesco Mancini and Domenico Sarro; most of these composers are represented on this first selection of wonderful arias.

The artist chosen to reincarnate Faustina Bordoni has been the singer considered by many to be the leading soprano in Baroque music today: Roberta Invernizzi. In a repertory fitting her like a glove, Invernizzi displays all her renowned sensitivity and virtuosity along with a sense of mutual musical understanding – which is second bar none – with Antonio Florio and I Turchini. This is Roberta Invernizzi’s second release on the label as the main protagonist, the first being her outstanding and very highly-appreciated album of Vivaldi arias.

Devised by the scholar Dinko Fabris and the conductor Antonio Florio, with further musicological advice coming from Juan José Carreras and Giulia Veneziano, this new collection also gives a central importance to the texts and to the iconography which provide each recording with their context; in this way endeavouring to create the most complete and stimulating vision possible of the conditions which were surrounding these inimitable artists.

                         Music **** (Very Good)                Sound **** (Very Good)

Matthias Hengelbrock - Fono Forum magazine - July 2013




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