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Lagrime mie

Accademia degli Astrusi (orchestra), Federico Ferri (conductor), Anna Caterina Antonacci (soprano)

1 CD STEREO DDD - Time: 72:19
12 pages booklet, italian/english

€12,00

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Vocal and instrumental Baroque music.

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Tracklist
1 Arcangelo Corelli – Concerto grosso in G minor, Op. VI no. 8 “Christmas Concerto” – Vivace, Grave 1:17
2 Arcangelo Corelli – Concerto grosso in G minor, Op. VI no. 8 “Christmas Concerto” – Allegro 2:15
3 Arcangelo Corelli – Concerto grosso in G minor, Op. VI no. 8 “Christmas Concerto” – Adagio, Allegro, Adagio 6:19
4 Arcangelo Corelli – Concerto grosso in G minor, Op. VI no. 8 “Christmas Concerto” – Vivace 0:58
5 Arcangelo Corelli – Concerto grosso in G minor, Op. VI no. 8 “Christmas Concerto” – Allegro 1:54
6 Arcangelo Corelli – Concerto grosso in G minor, Op. VI no. 8 “Christmas Concerto” – Pastorale 3:25
7 Barbara Strozzi – Lagrime mie, a che vi trattenete? 8:07
8 Francesco Geminiani – Follia from Concerti grossi 10:51
9 Claudio Monteverdi – Vi ricorda o boschi ombrosi 1:57
10 Henry Purcell – Chaconne 2:53
11 Henry Purcell – Thy hand, Belinda … When I am laid in earth 3:51
12 Giambattista Martini – Concerto a quattro pieno in D major – Allegro 2:28
13 Giambattista Martini – Concerto a quattro pieno in D major – Andante 2:44
14 Giambattista Martini – Concerto a quattro pieno in D major – Allegro 3:06
15 Claudio Monteverdi – Combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda 18:53
16 Georg Friedrich Händel – Lascia ch’io pianga 4:41

Description

An extraordinary musical journey leads us from Montiverdi’s Mantova to Strozzi’s Venice, from Corelli’s Roma to Martini’s Bologna. From Italy we are then transported to England, the home of Purcell and Händel (who both took influence from the Italian and French models), exploring the very different styles of madrigals, cantatas and opera alongside the concerto grosso, symphonies and dance music. The common theme is the sublime human expression: crying for love. In the 1600s the ‘lament’, developed into its very own genre just as Dido’s Lament in Dido and Aeneas by Henry Purcell. This tormented adventure is accompanied by exceptional performers: the Accademia degli Astrusi, directed by Federico Ferri, and the extraordinary voice of Anna Caterina Antonacci.

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