Concerti e cantate da camera III

~ Release by Vivaldi; Laura Polverelli, L'Astrée, Giorgio Tabacco (see all versions of this release, 2 available)

Tracklist

CD 1
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1Concerto in Do maggiore, RV 87: Adagio
engineer and producer:
Eric Urbain
editor:
Etienne Pipard
cello:
Emilia Gliozzi (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
harpsichord:
Giorgio Tabacco (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
instruments:
L'Astrée (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
oboe:
Andrea Mion (oboist) (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
recorder:
Paolo Faldi (Classical oboist / recorder player and conductor) (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
theorbo:
Maurizio Piantelli (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
violin:
Francesco D’Orazio (violinist) (from 2000-07 until 2000-08) and Alessandro Tampieri (violinist) (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
recorded at:
Istituto di musica antica Academia Montis Regalis in Mondovì, Cuneo, Piemonte, Italy (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
recording of:
Concerto for Recorder, Oboe, 2 Violins and Continuo in C, RV 87: I. Adagio - Allegro (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
composer:
Antonio Vivaldi
part of:
Concerto for Recorder, Oboe, 2 Violins and Continuo in C, RV 87
Antonio Vivaldi3:18
2Concerto in Do maggiore, RV 87: Largo
engineer and producer:
Eric Urbain
editor:
Etienne Pipard
cello:
Emilia Gliozzi (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
harpsichord:
Giorgio Tabacco (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
instruments:
L'Astrée (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
oboe:
Andrea Mion (oboist) (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
recorder:
Paolo Faldi (Classical oboist / recorder player and conductor) (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
theorbo:
Maurizio Piantelli (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
violin:
Francesco D’Orazio (violinist) (from 2000-07 until 2000-08) and Alessandro Tampieri (violinist) (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
recorded at:
Istituto di musica antica Academia Montis Regalis in Mondovì, Cuneo, Piemonte, Italy (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
recording of:
Concerto for Recorder, Oboe, 2 Violins and Continuo in C, RV 87: II. Largo (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
composer:
Antonio Vivaldi
part of:
Concerto for Recorder, Oboe, 2 Violins and Continuo in C, RV 87
Antonio Vivaldi2:24
3Concerto in Do maggiore, RV 87: Allegro assai
engineer and producer:
Eric Urbain
editor:
Etienne Pipard
cello:
Emilia Gliozzi (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
harpsichord:
Giorgio Tabacco (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
instruments:
L'Astrée (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
oboe:
Andrea Mion (oboist) (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
recorder:
Paolo Faldi (Classical oboist / recorder player and conductor) (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
theorbo:
Maurizio Piantelli (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
violin:
Francesco D’Orazio (violinist) (from 2000-07 until 2000-08) and Alessandro Tampieri (violinist) (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
recorded at:
Istituto di musica antica Academia Montis Regalis in Mondovì, Cuneo, Piemonte, Italy (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
recording of:
Concerto for Recorder, Oboe, 2 Violins and Continuo in C, RV 87: III. Allegro assai (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
composer:
Antonio Vivaldi
part of:
Concerto for Recorder, Oboe, 2 Violins and Continuo in C, RV 87
Antonio Vivaldi2:27
4Cantata, RV 683 “Amor, hai vinto”: Recitativo
engineer, producer and editor:
Jean-Martial Golaz
cello:
Alessandro Palmeri (cellist) (in 2003-11)
harpsichord:
Giorgio Tabacco (in 2003-11)
instruments:
L'Astrée (in 2003-11)
theorbo:
Francesco Romano (classical guitarist and theorbist) (in 2003-11)
viola:
Luigi Mangiocavallo (in 2003-11)
violin:
Francesco D’Orazio (violinist) (in 2003-11) and Alessandro Tampieri (violinist) (in 2003-11)
mezzo-soprano vocals:
Laura Polverelli (mezzo-soprano) (in 2003-11)
recording of:
Cantata for Alto Voice, Strings, and Continuo, RV 683 "Amor hai vinto": I. Recitativo "Amor hai vinto" (in 2003-11)
lyricist:
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.)
composer:
Antonio Vivaldi
part of:
Cantata for Alto voice, Strings, and Continuo, RV 683 "Amor hai vinto"
Antonio Vivaldi0:56
5Cantata, RV 683 “Amor, hai vinto”: Aria: Passo di pena in pena
engineer, producer and editor:
Jean-Martial Golaz
cello:
Alessandro Palmeri (cellist) (in 2003-11)
harpsichord:
Giorgio Tabacco (in 2003-11)
instruments:
L'Astrée (in 2003-11)
theorbo:
Francesco Romano (classical guitarist and theorbist) (in 2003-11)
viola:
Luigi Mangiocavallo (in 2003-11)
violin:
Francesco D’Orazio (violinist) (in 2003-11) and Alessandro Tampieri (violinist) (in 2003-11)
mezzo-soprano vocals:
Laura Polverelli (mezzo-soprano) (in 2003-11)
recording of:
Cantata for Alto Voice, Strings, and Continuo, RV 683 "Amor hai vinto": II. Aria. "Passo di pena in pena" (in 2003-11)
lyricist:
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.)
composer:
Antonio Vivaldi
part of:
Cantata for Alto voice, Strings, and Continuo, RV 683 "Amor hai vinto"
Antonio Vivaldi5:45
6Cantata, RV 683 “Amor, hai vinto”: Recitativo
engineer, producer and editor:
Jean-Martial Golaz
cello:
Alessandro Palmeri (cellist) (in 2003-11)
harpsichord:
Giorgio Tabacco (in 2003-11)
instruments:
L'Astrée (in 2003-11)
theorbo:
Francesco Romano (classical guitarist and theorbist) (in 2003-11)
viola:
Luigi Mangiocavallo (in 2003-11)
violin:
Francesco D’Orazio (violinist) (in 2003-11) and Alessandro Tampieri (violinist) (in 2003-11)
mezzo-soprano vocals:
Laura Polverelli (mezzo-soprano) (in 2003-11)
recording of:
Cantata for Alto Voice, Strings, and Continuo, RV 683 "Amor hai vinto": III. Recitativo "In che strano" (in 2003-11)
lyricist:
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.)
composer:
Antonio Vivaldi
part of:
Cantata for Alto voice, Strings, and Continuo, RV 683 "Amor hai vinto"
Antonio Vivaldi1:31
7Cantata, RV 683 “Amor, hai vinto”: Aria: Se a me riolge il ciglio
engineer, producer and editor:
Jean-Martial Golaz
cello:
Alessandro Palmeri (cellist) (in 2003-11)
harpsichord:
Giorgio Tabacco (in 2003-11)
instruments:
L'Astrée (in 2003-11)
theorbo:
Francesco Romano (classical guitarist and theorbist) (in 2003-11)
viola:
Luigi Mangiocavallo (in 2003-11)
violin:
Francesco D’Orazio (violinist) (in 2003-11) and Alessandro Tampieri (violinist) (in 2003-11)
mezzo-soprano vocals:
Laura Polverelli (mezzo-soprano) (in 2003-11)
recording of:
Cantata for Alto Voice, Strings, and Continuo, RV 683 "Amor hai vinto": IV. Aria. Allegro "Se à me rivolge" (in 2003-11)
lyricist:
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.)
composer:
Antonio Vivaldi
part of:
Cantata for Alto voice, Strings, and Continuo, RV 683 "Amor hai vinto"
Antonio Vivaldi5:12
8Concerto in Fa maggiore, RV 98 “Tempesta di mare”: [Allegro]
engineer and producer:
Eric Urbain
editor:
Etienne Pipard
bassoon:
Aligi Voltan (bassoonist) (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
cello:
Emilia Gliozzi (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
harpsichord:
Giorgio Tabacco (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
instruments:
L'Astrée (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
oboe:
Andrea Mion (oboist) (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
theorbo:
Maurizio Piantelli (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
transverse flute:
Ubaldo Rosso (flutist) (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
recorded at:
Istituto di musica antica Academia Montis Regalis in Mondovì, Cuneo, Piemonte, Italy (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
recording of:
Concerto in F major “La Tempesta di mare”, RV 98: I. Allegro (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
composer:
Antonio Vivaldi (until 1728)
part of:
Concerto in F major “La Tempesta di mare”, RV 98
Antonio Vivaldi2:09
9Concerto in Fa maggiore, RV 98 “Tempesta di mare”: Largo
engineer and producer:
Eric Urbain
editor:
Etienne Pipard
bassoon:
Aligi Voltan (bassoonist) (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
cello:
Emilia Gliozzi (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
harpsichord:
Giorgio Tabacco (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
instruments:
L'Astrée (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
oboe:
Andrea Mion (oboist) (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
theorbo:
Maurizio Piantelli (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
transverse flute:
Ubaldo Rosso (flutist) (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
recorded at:
Istituto di musica antica Academia Montis Regalis in Mondovì, Cuneo, Piemonte, Italy (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
recording of:
Concerto in F major “La Tempesta di mare”, RV 98: II. Largo (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
composer:
Antonio Vivaldi (until 1728)
part of:
Concerto in F major “La Tempesta di mare”, RV 98
Antonio Vivaldi1:28
10Concerto in Fa maggiore, RV 98 “Tempesta di mare”: Presto
engineer and producer:
Eric Urbain
editor:
Etienne Pipard
bassoon:
Aligi Voltan (bassoonist) (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
cello:
Emilia Gliozzi (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
harpsichord:
Giorgio Tabacco (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
instruments:
L'Astrée (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
oboe:
Andrea Mion (oboist) (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
theorbo:
Maurizio Piantelli (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
transverse flute:
Ubaldo Rosso (flutist) (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
recorded at:
Istituto di musica antica Academia Montis Regalis in Mondovì, Cuneo, Piemonte, Italy (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
recording of:
Concerto in F major “La Tempesta di mare”, RV 98: III. Presto (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
composer:
Antonio Vivaldi (until 1728)
part of:
Concerto in F major “La Tempesta di mare”, RV 98
Antonio Vivaldi2:02
11Cantata, RV 680 “Lungi dal vago volto”: Recitativo
engineer, producer and editor:
Jean-Martial Golaz
cello:
Alessandro Palmeri (cellist) (in 2003-11)
harpsichord:
Giorgio Tabacco (in 2003-11)
instruments:
L'Astrée (in 2003-11)
theorbo:
Francesco Romano (classical guitarist and theorbist) (in 2003-11)
mezzo-soprano vocals:
Laura Polverelli (mezzo-soprano) (in 2003-11)
recording of:
Cantata for Soprano Voice, Violin, and Continuo, RV 680 "Lungi dal vago volto": I. Recitativo "Lungi dal vago volto" (in 2003-11)
lyricist:
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.)
composer:
Antonio Vivaldi
part of:
Cantata for Soprano Voice, Violin, and Continuo, RV 680 "Lungi dal vago volto"
Antonio Vivaldi1:52
12Cantata, RV 680 “Lungi dal vago volto”: Aria: Augelletti, voi col canto
engineer, producer and editor:
Jean-Martial Golaz
cello:
Alessandro Palmeri (cellist) (in 2003-11)
harpsichord:
Giorgio Tabacco (in 2003-11)
instruments:
L'Astrée (in 2003-11)
theorbo:
Francesco Romano (classical guitarist and theorbist) (in 2003-11)
mezzo-soprano vocals:
Laura Polverelli (mezzo-soprano) (in 2003-11)
recording of:
Cantata for Soprano Voice, Violin, and Continuo, RV 680 "Lungi dal vago volto": II. Aria "Augelletti, voi col canto" (in 2003-11)
lyricist:
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.)
composer:
Antonio Vivaldi
part of:
Cantata for Soprano Voice, Violin, and Continuo, RV 680 "Lungi dal vago volto"
Antonio Vivaldi6:59
13Cantata, RV 680 “Lungi dal vago volto”: Recitativo
engineer, producer and editor:
Jean-Martial Golaz
cello:
Alessandro Palmeri (cellist) (in 2003-11)
harpsichord:
Giorgio Tabacco (in 2003-11)
instruments:
L'Astrée (in 2003-11)
theorbo:
Francesco Romano (classical guitarist and theorbist) (in 2003-11)
mezzo-soprano vocals:
Laura Polverelli (mezzo-soprano) (in 2003-11)
recording of:
Cantata for Soprano Voice, Violin, and Continuo, RV 680 "Lungi dal vago volto": III. Recitativo "Allegrezza, mio core" (in 2003-11)
lyricist:
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.)
composer:
Antonio Vivaldi
part of:
Cantata for Soprano Voice, Violin, and Continuo, RV 680 "Lungi dal vago volto"
Antonio Vivaldi0:53
14Cantata, RV 680 “Lungi dal vago volto”: Aria: Mi stringerai sì, sì
engineer, producer and editor:
Jean-Martial Golaz
cello:
Alessandro Palmeri (cellist) (in 2003-11)
harpsichord:
Giorgio Tabacco (in 2003-11)
instruments:
L'Astrée (in 2003-11)
theorbo:
Francesco Romano (classical guitarist and theorbist) (in 2003-11)
mezzo-soprano vocals:
Laura Polverelli (mezzo-soprano) (in 2003-11)
recording of:
Cantata for Soprano Voice, Violin, and Continuo, RV 680 "Lungi dal vago volto": IV. Aria "Mi stringerai sì, sì" (in 2003-11)
lyricist:
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.)
composer:
Antonio Vivaldi
part of:
Cantata for Soprano Voice, Violin, and Continuo, RV 680 "Lungi dal vago volto"
Antonio Vivaldi4:22
15Concerto in sol minore, RV 103: Allegro ma cantabile
engineer and producer:
Eric Urbain
editor:
Etienne Pipard
bassoon:
Aligi Voltan (bassoonist) (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
instruments:
L'Astrée (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
oboe:
Andrea Mion (oboist) (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
recorder:
Paolo Faldi (Classical oboist / recorder player and conductor) (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
recorded at:
Istituto di musica antica Academia Montis Regalis in Mondovì, Cuneo, Piemonte, Italy (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
recording of:
Concerto for Recorder, Oboe, Bassoon and Continuo in G minor, RV 103: I. Allegro ma cantabile (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
composer:
Antonio Vivaldi
part of:
Concerto for Recorder, Oboe, Bassoon and Continuo in G minor, RV 103
Antonio Vivaldi4:24
16Concerto in sol minore, RV 103: Largo
engineer and producer:
Eric Urbain
editor:
Etienne Pipard
bassoon:
Aligi Voltan (bassoonist) (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
instruments:
L'Astrée (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
oboe:
Andrea Mion (oboist) (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
recorder:
Paolo Faldi (Classical oboist / recorder player and conductor) (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
recorded at:
Istituto di musica antica Academia Montis Regalis in Mondovì, Cuneo, Piemonte, Italy (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
recording of:
Concerto for Recorder, Oboe, Bassoon and Continuo in G minor, RV 103: II. Largo (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
composer:
Antonio Vivaldi
part of:
Concerto for Recorder, Oboe, Bassoon and Continuo in G minor, RV 103
Antonio Vivaldi2:41
17Concerto in sol minore, RV 103: Allegro ma molto
engineer and producer:
Eric Urbain
editor:
Etienne Pipard
bassoon:
Aligi Voltan (bassoonist) (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
instruments:
L'Astrée (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
oboe:
Andrea Mion (oboist) (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
recorder:
Paolo Faldi (Classical oboist / recorder player and conductor) (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
recorded at:
Istituto di musica antica Academia Montis Regalis in Mondovì, Cuneo, Piemonte, Italy (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
recording of:
Concerto for Recorder, Oboe, Bassoon and Continuo in G minor, RV 103: III. Allegro non molto (from 2000-07 until 2000-08)
composer:
Antonio Vivaldi
part of:
Concerto for Recorder, Oboe, Bassoon and Continuo in G minor, RV 103
Antonio Vivaldi1:46
18Cantata, RV 682 “Vengo a voi, luci adorate”: Aria: Vengo a voi luci adorate
engineer, producer and editor:
Jean-Martial Golaz
cello:
Alessandro Palmeri (cellist) (in 2003-11)
harpsichord:
Giorgio Tabacco (in 2003-11)
instruments:
L'Astrée (in 2003-11)
theorbo:
Francesco Romano (classical guitarist and theorbist) (in 2003-11)
viola:
Luigi Mangiocavallo (in 2003-11)
violin:
Francesco D’Orazio (violinist) (in 2003-11) and Alessandro Tampieri (violinist) (in 2003-11)
mezzo-soprano vocals:
Laura Polverelli (mezzo-soprano) (in 2003-11)
recording of:
Cantata for Soprano Voice, Strings, and Continuo, RV 682 "Vengo a voi luci adorate": I. Aria. Larghetto "Vengo a voi luci adorate" (in 2003-11)
lyricist:
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.)
composer:
Antonio Vivaldi
part of:
Cantata for Soprano Voice, Strings, and Continuo, RV 682 "Vengo a voi luci adorate"
Antonio Vivaldi5:38
19Cantata, RV 682 “Vengo a voi, luci adorate”: Recitativo
engineer, producer and editor:
Jean-Martial Golaz
cello:
Alessandro Palmeri (cellist) (in 2003-11)
harpsichord:
Giorgio Tabacco (in 2003-11)
instruments:
L'Astrée (in 2003-11)
theorbo:
Francesco Romano (classical guitarist and theorbist) (in 2003-11)
viola:
Luigi Mangiocavallo (in 2003-11)
violin:
Francesco D’Orazio (violinist) (in 2003-11) and Alessandro Tampieri (violinist) (in 2003-11)
mezzo-soprano vocals:
Laura Polverelli (mezzo-soprano) (in 2003-11)
recording of:
Cantata for Soprano Voice, Strings, and Continuo, RV 682 "Vengo a voi luci adorate": II. Recitativo "Portando in sen l’ardor" (in 2003-11)
lyricist:
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.)
composer:
Antonio Vivaldi
part of:
Cantata for Soprano Voice, Strings, and Continuo, RV 682 "Vengo a voi luci adorate"
Antonio Vivaldi0:49
20Cantata, RV 682 “Vengo a voi, luci adorate”: Aria: Sempre penare
engineer, producer and editor:
Jean-Martial Golaz
cello:
Alessandro Palmeri (cellist) (in 2003-11)
harpsichord:
Giorgio Tabacco (in 2003-11)
instruments:
L'Astrée (in 2003-11)
theorbo:
Francesco Romano (classical guitarist and theorbist) (in 2003-11)
viola:
Luigi Mangiocavallo (in 2003-11)
violin:
Francesco D’Orazio (violinist) (in 2003-11) and Alessandro Tampieri (violinist) (in 2003-11)
mezzo-soprano vocals:
Laura Polverelli (mezzo-soprano) (in 2003-11)
recording of:
Cantata for Soprano Voice, Strings, and Continuo, RV 682 "Vengo a voi luci adorate": III. Aria. Allegro "Sempre penare" (in 2003-11)
lyricist:
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.)
composer:
Antonio Vivaldi
part of:
Cantata for Soprano Voice, Strings, and Continuo, RV 682 "Vengo a voi luci adorate"
Antonio Vivaldi3:46

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photography:Denis Rouvre (Photographer)
liner notes:Ivan Moody (British composer)
Susan Orlando
liner notes translator:Michel Chasteau
Sabrina Saccomani (liner notes translator)
part of:Tesori del piemonte (naïve) (number: 26) (order: 19)
The Vivaldi Edition (naïve) (number: Vol. 19) (order: 38)
Discogs:https://www.discogs.com/release/925194 [info]
ASIN:UK: B0009JR758 [info]
Allmusic:https://www.allmusic.com/album/release/mr0002725187 [info]