Antonio Vivaldi - New Chamber Opera, The Band Of Instruments - Cantatas mp3 album
Choir – New Chamber Opera. Composed By – Antonio Vivaldi. Ensemble – The Band Of Instruments.
New Chamber Opera has frequently recovered and performed lesser known works, particularly those of the 17th, 18th, and early 19th centuries. The Band of Instruments have also recorded the cycle of the four seasons concertos by the Italian composer Giovanni Antonio Guido, Scherzi armonici sopra le quattro stagioni dell’anno (‘Harmonics above the four seasons of the year’). Guido, who was serving as maître de la musique for the Duke of Orléans, had been living and working in France from about 1703. Vivaldi Cantatas: music by Antonio Vivaldi, 2004, ASV CDGAU339. Guido The Four Seasons: music by Giovanni Antonio Guido, 2013, Divine Art B00AQZU9XW.
Antonio Lucio Vivaldi (UK: /vɪˈvældi/, US: /vɪˈvɑːldi, -ˈvɔːl-/, Italian: (listen); 4 March 1678 – 28 July 1741) was an Italian Baroque musical composer, virtuoso violinist, teacher, and priest.
Sample this album Artist - Artist (Sample). Providing brilliant collaboration is the Ensemble Artaserse and period instruments. The variety of color is awe-inspiring and the technique of these unique musicians is impeccable. In their solo portions they produce a richly elegant - yes, Venetian sound. And in tandem with Jaroussky the complete effect is one of single purpose, line, and harmony. This is a new CD to treasure and the sampling is generous. The Band of Instruments, founded by Michael Burden and Gary Cooper in 1995, first performed with the Choir of New College, Oxford. In 2014 the Band's musical director is Roger Hamilton, and its leader is Caroline Balding. The Company operates the New Chamber Opera Studio, which stages two student productions annually and a recital series of twenty-four concerts in which they take part.
Vivaldi's chamber cantatas for solo voice, some f. .
Antonio Vivaldi was born in Venice on March 4 th, 1678 to Giovanni Vattista Vivaldi and his wife Camilla Calicchio. The last high point for Vivaldi s opera career came in 1735 when he wrote four new operas for the Venetian Carnival: Adelaide, Griselda, Aristide, and Gin evra (Vivaldi Homepage). However, Vivaldi never reached success in his operas, it was his concertos. Opus 3, a collection of 12 concertos for violin entitled, L Est ro Armonico (The Musical Inspiration) is what brought him both fame and a set style. For example, RV, 442, a concerto for fl auto, reappeared again in Opus 10 and the opera s Teuzzone, Tirane, and Guis tino. The Four Seasons also reappears in multiple other works of his (Vivaldi Homepage). Woodwind instruments were a focal point of most European orchestras, but the trend wasn t popular in Italy.
The Red Priest - Antonio Vivaldi - has written a lot of operas (more than 90 according to the man himself!), however only a few remain in whole or in parts. But what music! Basically the same opera and arias written and re-written again and again. For those deep-voiced women he loved. Like Anna Giro back in the day (like the 1700's). This is an almost no-mix mixtape of some of these variations put side by side. You hear his distinct style. Very baroque but also very Vivaldi.
|Lungi Dal Vago Volto – Cantata RV680|
|Perfidissimo Cor! Iniquo Fato! – Cantata RV674|
|8||Allegro Non Molto||4:51|
|Amor, Hai Vinto – Cantata RV651|
|Qual Per Ignoto Calle – Cantata RV677|
|All'ombra Di Sospetto – Cantata RV678|
- Choir – New Chamber Opera
- Composed By – Antonio Vivaldi
- Ensemble – The Band Of Instruments
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