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BOCCHERINI, L.: String Quartet in G minor, G. 194 / Stabat mater (Folies francoises, Cohen-Akenine)

BOCCHERINI, L.: String Quartet in G minor, G. 194 / Stabat mater (Folies francoises, Cohen-Akenine)

The Classical Shop
release date: September 2013

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Patrick Cohen-Akenine

Conductor

Les Folies francoises

Ensemble

Sophie Karthauser

Soloist

Francois Poly

Soloist

Folies francoises, Les

Chamber

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Genre:

Chamber


Classical

Total Time - 59:12
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BOCCHERINI, L.: String Quartet in G minor, G. 194 / Stabat mater (Folies francoises, Cohen-Akenine)

     
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LUIGI BOCCHERINI

     
 

String Quartet in G minor, Op. 24, No. 6, G. 194

 
1 I. Allegro vivo assai 6:55
2 II. Adagio 5:03
3 III. Minuetto 4:39
 Les Folies francoises Ensemble
     
 

Stabat mater, G. 532

 
4 In loco introduzione 4:56
5 Stabat mater dolorosa 4:43
6 Cujus animam gementem 1:54
7 Quae moerebat et dolebat 2:28
8 Quis est homo? 1:11
9 Pro peccatis suae gentis 3:37
10 Eja, Mater, fons amoris 5:50
11 Tui nati vulnerati 4:18
12 Virgo virginum praeclara 5:01
13 Fac ut portem Christi mortem 2:28
14 Fac me plagis vulnerari 2:28
15 Quando corpus morietur 3:41
 Sophie Karthauser Soloist
 Francois Poly Soloist
     
 Patrick Cohen-Akenine Conductor


 The moving text of the Stabat mater has been an inspiration to many composers from the Renaissance onwards, the text having set to music in the style of every musical period. Luigi Boccherini, a virtuoso cellist and unquestioned master of chamber music, set about composing this religious work with total respect for its identity. The quintet that accompanies the solo soprano possesses all the qualities of balance and homogeneity common to the best chamber music works at the end of the Classical period and the blend between voices and instruments is perfect; Boccherini’s profound respect for the text enables him to find the exact musical character of each verse every time. 

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