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Harpa Romana. Arias & Cantatas by the 17th-Century Virtuosos
 
15,00 €
 
Formát:
CD
 
 
Dostupnosť:
7-14 dní
 
 
Katalógové číslo:
A561
 
 
EAN kód:
3760195735619
 
 
Autori:
Andrea Falconieri, Giovan Carlo Rossi, Girolamo Frescobaldi, Lelio Colista, Luigi Rossi, Marco Marazzoli, Mario Savioni, Orazio Michi, Stefano Landi, Vespasiano Roccia
 
 
Interpreti:
Chiara Granata, Elena Spotti, La Smisuranza, Marta Graziolin, Riccardo Pisani
 
 
Vydavateľ:
ARCANA
 
 
Zoznam skladieb
Dátum vydania: 26.4.2024
Riccardo Pisani - tenor
La Smisuranza
Elena Spotti - harp
Marta Graziolin - harp
Elena Spotti - harp


1
Anonym: Canzona
2
Orazio Michi: Or che la notte del silentio amica
3
Orazio Michi: Più non armi la mia lira
4
Girolamo Frescobaldi: Toccata für Spinettina solo oder Laute
5
Orazio Michi: Perdan quest'occhi il sole
6
Andrea Falconieri: Arpa
7
Orazio Michi: Infelice mia vita
8
Anonym: Toccata per Florete Flores
9
Mario Savioni: Se l'amar non è peccato
10
Stefano Landi: La Ragana
11
Giovan Carlo Rossi: Vanne mio core alle stelle
12
Giovan Carlo Rossi: E così dolce la pena
13
Anonym: Una cetra s'accoglie
14
Giovan Carlo Rossi: Vuoi ch'io mora
15
Luigi Rossi: Lasciatemi qui solo
16
Marco Marazzoli: E pur volsi innamorarmi
17
Lelio Colista: Paradigma I
18
Marco Marazzoli: Misero, et è pur vero
19
Marco Marazzoli: O che sempre mi scordi
20
Rinaldo Trematerra: Canzon
21
Vespasiano Roccia: Madre del Redentore
Popis
"What I have, what is most precious, I will keep in my own name". This is probably the conviction that prompted a number of harpists - from Leonardo Mollica, the most famous virtuoso of the late Renaissance, to Orazio Michi, Marco Marazzoli and Giovan Carlo Rossi (brother of the better known Luigi) - to change their names to Leonardo, Orazio, Marco and Carlo "dall'Arpa" respectively. Although none of them were actually born in Rome, this was the place where their careers took place. Restoring the identity of these musicians is the explicit aim of this recording project. The portraits of these virtuosos of the "Queen of Instruments" are the result of lengthy research, studies, transcriptions and arrangements carried out by Riccardo Pisani and Chiara Granata. The ensemble La Smisuranza, with its unique formation of three double harps, accompanies tenor Riccardo Pisani on this intoxicating musical journey, characterized by lively and ever-changing instrumental textures that alternate moments of intimacy and exuberance in harmony with the poetic text set to music. Pisani, a singer with a "warm, seductive voice" (Diapason), presents the music of his home town following the recent success of La Cetra di Sette Corde (jpc 10736853), a recording dedicated exclusively to the 17th century tenor Francesco Rasi.
 
 
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