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PORPORA, N.A.: 6 Duetti latini per la Passione di Gesu Cristo (Passio) (Stile Galante, Aresi)

PORPORA, N.A.: 6 Duetti latini per la Passione di Gesu Cristo (Passio) (Stile Galante, Aresi)

The Classical Shop
release date: October 2012

Originally recorded in 2011

Artists:

Aresi, Stefano


Stefano Aresi

Conductor

Andrea Friggi

Soloist

Stile Galante



Record Label
Pan Classics

Genre:

Vocal & Song


Classical

Total Time - 72:05
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PORPORA, N.A.: 6 Duetti latini per la Passione di Gesu Cristo (Passio) (Stile Galante, Aresi)

     
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NICOLA PORPORA

 

6 Duetti latini per la Passione di Gesu Cristo

 
1 Duetto 1: Crimen Adae quantum constat 9:10
 Stefano Aresi Conductor
 Aresi, Stefano
     
2 Duetto 2: Rigate lacrimis 9:21
 Stefano Aresi Conductor
 Aresi, Stefano
     
 

BIBLE - NEW TESTAMENT

3 Duetto 3: Mortis causa tu fuisti 7:01
 Stefano Aresi Conductor
 Aresi, Stefano
     
 

MUZIO CLEMENTI

4 

Violin Sonata No. 5 in G minor (arr. M. Clementi)

2:45
 Andrea Friggi Soloist
     
 

NICOLA PORPORA

5 Duetto 4: In hoc vexillo Crucis 8:24
 Stefano Aresi Conductor
 Aresi, Stefano
     
6 Duetto 5: Tamquam agnus immolatur 12:32
 Stefano Aresi Conductor
 Aresi, Stefano
     
 

BIBLE - NEW TESTAMENT

7 Duetto 6: Ab imo pectore 9:36
 Stefano Aresi Conductor
 Aresi, Stefano
     
 

MUZIO CLEMENTI

8 

Violin Sonata No. 6 in C major (arr. M. Clementi)

3:13
 Andrea Friggi Soloist
     
 

9 

Miserere [2nd half of the 18th Century]

10:03
 Stefano Aresi Conductor
 Aresi, Stefano


Nicola Antonio Porpora (1686-1768) was a celebrated composer and singing teacher, his ability to set the Italian language to music was internationally acknowledged during his lifetime. In a career that spanned almost 70 years Porpora worked in Naples, Rome, Venice, London, Dresden and Vienna. As a singing teacher he created stars such as Farinelli, Caffarelli and Porporino. Much of his compositional output is of exceptional quality. He made his chief contribution in the vocal realm, having written many worthwhile secular and sacred operas, oratorios, serenatas and cantatas, as well as various lamentations and duets.

The six vocal pieces on Latin text – Sei duetti latini sulla passione di nostro signore Gesù Cristo (1754) – were dedicated to the Electoral Prince of Saxony for private devotional use: “to be sung on Lent Fridays in the Chapel of His Most Serene Highness”. The songs, written as da capo arias for two voices and continuo, fit perfectly into the definition of the genre of the Italian Chamber Duet, with the only peculiarity being the Latin texts.

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