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Marazzoli: Occhi belli, occhi neri (Cantate romane)

Marazzoli: Occhi belli, occhi neri (Cantate romane)

The Classical Shop
release date: June 2014

Recorded in 24 Bit / 96Khz
album available as a Studio File

Artists:

Andrea de Carlo

Performer

Ensemble Mare Nostrum

Performer

Soledad de la Rosa

Performer

Nora Tabbush

Performer

Record Label
Arcana

Genre:

Baroque




Total Time - 55:22
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MARCO MARAZZOLI

1 

Salutate il nuovo aprile

7:54
 Soledad de la Rosa Performer
 Ensemble Mare Nostrum Performer
 Andrea de Carlo Performer
     
2 

Occhi belli, occhi neri

6:00
 Soledad de la Rosa Performer
 Ensemble Mare Nostrum Performer
 Andrea de Carlo Performer
     
3 

Canzone No. 10

2:25
 Soledad de la Rosa Performer
 Ensemble Mare Nostrum Performer
 Andrea de Carlo Performer
     
4 

Dialogo frà Rosinda ed Olindo

4:42
 Nora Tabbush Performer
 Soledad de la Rosa Performer
 Ensemble Mare Nostrum Performer
 Andrea de Carlo Performer
     
5 

Sinfonia

1:01
 Soledad de la Rosa Performer
 Ensemble Mare Nostrum Performer
 Andrea de Carlo Performer
     
6 

Speranze, e che farete

4:32
 Soledad de la Rosa Performer
 Ensemble Mare Nostrum Performer
 Andrea de Carlo Performer
     
 

CHERUBINO WAESICH

7 

Canzone No. 14

4:14
 Soledad de la Rosa Performer
 Ensemble Mare Nostrum Performer
 Andrea de Carlo Performer
     
 

MARCO MARAZZOLI

8 

Piangete amanti

3:23
 Soledad de la Rosa Performer
 Ensemble Mare Nostrum Performer
 Andrea de Carlo Performer
     
9 

Mi fate pur ridere

2:11
 Soledad de la Rosa Performer
 Ensemble Mare Nostrum Performer
 Andrea de Carlo Performer
     
10 

Sinfonia e balli

4:09
 Soledad de la Rosa Performer
 Ensemble Mare Nostrum Performer
 Andrea de Carlo Performer
     
11 

Sopra la rosa

10:56
 Soledad de la Rosa Performer
 Ensemble Mare Nostrum Performer
 Andrea de Carlo Performer
     
12 

E sarà che la mia fede

3:55
 Nora Tabbush Performer
 Soledad de la Rosa Performer
 Ensemble Mare Nostrum Performer
 Andrea de Carlo Performer
     


One of the most productive and versatile of Italian composers, Marco Marazzoli is remembered today principally for his part in the development of Roman opera. Or maybe not even that, seeing that his output is represented in current record catalogues by only a few scattered entries, amongst which the recording of La Fiera di Farfa by Vincent Dumestre (Alpha 172) is the most significant. And yet Marazzoli, who lived in the shadow of three great popes, is one of the most significant Roman composers of the mid-seventeenth century. Besides which, his compositional skill, the originality of his style and the freshness of his melodies put him on a par with the greatest names of the Baroque era. For his debut album on the Arcana label – after three successful recordings issued on Ricercar and Alpha – Andrea De Carlo and his Ensemble Mare Nostrum explore one of the most noteworthy areas of his output: the secular cantata. The scale of his production (379 items!) places Marazzoli among the big names in the history of the genre. The characteristics that distinguish these works are the stunning originality of the melodic lines that anticipate the great arias that will appear years later, and a great variety of form, style and subject. A good singer himself, he probed the vocal skills of his performers, which is why his music requires a sophisticated vocal technique for works where legato, coloratura, and extreme vocal ranges combine to delight the listener.

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