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Philippe Jaroussky - Passion Jaroussky [3CDs] (2019)

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Philippe Jaroussky - Passion Jaroussky [3CDs] (2019)

Philippe Jaroussky - Passion Jaroussky [3CDs] (2019)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 0,97 Gb | Total time: 76:19+80:21+75:30 | Scans included
Classical | Label: Erato | # 9029537555 | Recorded: 2000

Passion Jaroussky marks 20 years since Philippe Jaroussky made his professional debut and commenced his rapid ascent to stardom. As the French countertenor says, “Even after all these years, my passion for music is undimmed.” Ranging musically from the 16th to the 21st century, the triple album comprises both new recordings and highlights from recent albums, and it also showcases Jaroussky’s collaborations with a host of major singers – from the worlds of both classical music and pop – instrumentalists, conductors and orchestras.

René Clemencic, Voci e strumenti Clemencic Consort - Antonio Sartorio: L'Orfeo (2000)

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René Clemencic, Voci e strumenti Clemencic Consort -  Antonio Sartorio: L'Orfeo (2000)

René Clemencic, Voci e strumenti Clemencic Consort - Antonio Sartorio: L'Orfeo (2000)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 956 Mb | Total time: 62:21+44:16+51:02 | Scans included
Classical | Label: Warner Fonit | # 8573 84103-2 | Recorded: 1979

Born in Venice, Sartorio composed 14 operas. He often made the long journey from Hanover, where he held the post of Maestro di Capella to the Duke of Brunswick, to compose and present new operas in his native city and recruit musicians for the German court. He is credited with introducing Italian opera to the Hanover court in 1672. Sartorio finally returned to Venice to be Maestro at St Mark’s where he composed sacred music, albeit not as much as the renowned Coffi might have been expected of him in that position.

Attlilio Cremonesi, La Cetra - Antonio Sartorio: Giulio Cesare in Egitto (2005)

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Attlilio Cremonesi, La Cetra - Antonio Sartorio: Giulio Cesare in Egitto (2005)

Attlilio Cremonesi, La Cetra - Antonio Sartorio: Giulio Cesare in Egitto (2005)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 1,13 Gb | Total time: 67:38+53:24+33:35+52:24 | Scans included
Classical | Label: ORF | CD 409 | Recorded: 2004

In campo operistico, il periodo storico tra Cavalli e Handel - quello, per capirci, che comprende giganti come Stradella, A. Scarlatti, Legrenzi… - è il più trascurato dalla discografia. Ed è un peccato, perché è il periodo nel quale si sviluppano le forme e gli stili che saranno tipici del Barocco maturo, come l'aria con il da-capo ed il virtuosismo belcantistico. Benvenuta quindi questa produzione dell'austriaca ORF, che documenta dal vivo l'esecuzione di questo rarissimo "Giulio Cesare in Egitto" del veneziano Antonio Sartorio, uno dei maggiori eredi di Cavalli nel florido operismo lagunare.

Stephen Stubbs, Teatro Lirico - Antonio Sartorio: L'Orfeo (1999)

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Stephen Stubbs, Teatro Lirico - Antonio Sartorio: L'Orfeo (1999)

Stephen Stubbs, Teatro Lirico - Antonio Sartorio: L'Orfeo (1999)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 652 Mb | Total time: 72:38+71:44 | Scans included
Classical | Label: Vanguard Classics | 99194 | Recorded: 1998

Born in Venice, Antonio Sartorio (1630-1680) composed 14 operas. He often made the long journey from Hanover, where he held the post of Maestro di Capella to the Duke of Brunswick, to compose and present new operas in his native city and recruit musicians for the German court. He is credited with introducing Italian opera to the Hanover court in 1672. Sartorio finally returned to Venice to be Maestro at St Mark’s where he composed sacred music, albeit not as much as the renowned Coffi might have been expected of him in that position.