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NI 6273

Princely Splendour - Harmonia Sacra

The Classical Shop
release date: July 2014

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Peter Leech


Martin Knizia

organ

Harmonia Sacra



Venue:

Church of St Thomas the Martyr, Bristol

13 & 14 July 2013

Producer:

John Taylor



Engineer:

John Taylor



Record Label
Nimbus

Genre:

Choir


Early Music

Total Time - 53:14
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ALESSANDRO SCARLATTI

1 

Exsurge Domine

3:01
 

GIOVANNI BATTISTA COSTANZI

2 

Christus factus est

2:52
 

GIUSEPPE OTTAVIO PITONI

3 

Felix namque

2:28
 

TOMMASO BAI

4 

Cum jucunditate

2:45
 

ALESSANDRO SCARLATTI

5 

Ad Dominum cum tribularer

3:27
 

GIOVANNI GIORGI

6 

O sacrum convivium

3:17
 

GIOVANNI BATTISTA CASALI

7 

Improperium expectavit

2:28
 

GIOVANNI GIORGI

8 

Improperium expectavit

4:07
 

GIUSEPPE OTTAVIO PITONI

9 

Ex altari tuo

2:44
 

COSTANZI

10 

Dixit Dominus

9:36
 

GIUSEPPE OTTAVIO PITONI

11 

Requiem aeternam (Requiem, 1735)

4:23
   
12 

Dies Irae (Requiem, 1735)

1:11
  Soloists: Sarah Best, Rebecca Thurgur)  
13 

Tuba mirum (Requiem, 1735)

1:39
   
 

SEBASTIANO BOLIS

14 

Kyrie eleison (1778)

3:04
  Soloists: Zue Maitland, Rebecca Thurgur, Charles Pestell  
15 

Christe eleison (1778)

2:17
16 

Kyrie eleison (1778)

3:55
  TT 53:14      
   
 Peter Leech
 Martin Knizia organ
   


With ‘Princely Splendour’ Harmonia Sacra take the listener on a journey through the tantalising and exquisite sound world of sacred music associated with Cardinals and Princes of the Church in eighteenth-century Rome. Highlights include the first recordings of works by Giovanni Battista Costanzi, Sebastiano Bolis and Giuseppe Ottavio Pitoni, composers working in the circle of patronage around Cardinal Henry Benedict Stuart, brother of Bonnie Prince Charlie and last in the direct line of Stuart succession. A musical celebration of the richness of his cultural surroundings and deep solemnity of his religious devotions.

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