Ann Hallenberg Carnevale 1729

Carnevale 1729

Ann Hallenberg

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Released on May 31, 2017 by PentaTone

Main artist: Ann Hallenberg

Genre: Classical > Secular Vocal Music

Distinctions: Gramophone Editor's Choice (October 2017) - 5 de Diapason (September 2017)

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Album : 2 disks - 14 tracks Total length : 01:38:36

    DISC 1
    Gianguir (Geminiano Giacomelli)
  1. 1 Gianguir: Mi par sentir la bella

    Ann Hallenberg, Performer - Il Pomo D'oro, Ensemble - Stefano Montanari, Conductor - Apostolo Zeno, Lyricist - Geminiano Giacomelli, Composer Copyright : 2017 PentaTone

  2. Adelaide (Giuseppe Maria Orlandini)
  3. 2 Adelaide: Non sempre invendicata

    Ann Hallenberg, Performer - Il Pomo D'oro, Ensemble - Stefano Montanari, Conductor - Antonio Salvi, Lyricist - Giuseppe Maria Orlandini, Composer Copyright : 2017 PentaTone

  4. 3 Adelaide: O del mio caro sposo... Quanto bello agl'occhi miei

    Ann Hallenberg, Performer - Il Pomo D'oro, Ensemble - Stefano Montanari, Conductor - Antonio Salvi, Lyricist - Giuseppe Maria Orlandini, Composer Copyright : 2017 PentaTone

  5. 4 Adelaide: Scherza in mar la navicella

    Ann Hallenberg, Performer - Il Pomo D'oro, Ensemble - Stefano Montanari, Conductor - Antonio Salvi, Lyricist - Giuseppe Maria Orlandini, Composer Copyright : 2017 PentaTone

  6. 5 Adelaide: Vedrò più liete e belle

    Ann Hallenberg, Performer - Il Pomo D'oro, Ensemble - Stefano Montanari, Conductor - Antonio Salvi, Lyricist - Giuseppe Maria Orlandini, Composer Copyright : 2017 PentaTone

  7. Gianguir (Geminiano Giacomelli)
  8. 6 Gianguir: Vanne, si, di al mio diletto

    Ann Hallenberg, Performer - Il Pomo D'oro, Ensemble - Stefano Montanari, Conductor - Apostolo Zeno, Lyricist - Geminiano Giacomelli, Composer Copyright : 2017 PentaTone

  9. DISC 2
    Filandro (Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni)
  10. 1 Filandro: Il tuo core in dono accetto

    Ann Hallenberg, Performer - Il Pomo D'oro, Ensemble - Stefano Montanari, Conductor - Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni, Composer - Vincenzo Cassani, Lyricist Copyright : 2017 PentaTone

  11. 2 Filandro: Fior, ch'a spuntar si vede

    Ann Hallenberg, Performer - Il Pomo D'oro, Ensemble - Stefano Montanari, Conductor - Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni, Composer - Vincenzo Cassani, Lyricist Copyright : 2017 PentaTone

  12. Semiramide riconosciuta (Nicola Porpora)
  13. 3 Semiramide riconosciuta: Il pastor se torna aprile

    Ann Hallenberg, Performer - Il Pomo D'oro, Ensemble - Stefano Montanari, Conductor - Nicola Porpora, Composer - Pietro Metastasio, Lyricist Copyright : 2017 PentaTone

  14. 4 Semiramide riconosciuta: In braccio a mille furie

    Ann Hallenberg, Performer - Il Pomo D'oro, Ensemble - Stefano Montanari, Conductor - Nicola Porpora, Composer - Pietro Metastasio, Lyricist Copyright : 2017 PentaTone

  15. 5 Semiramide riconosciuta: Bel piacer saria d'un core

    Ann Hallenberg, Performer - Il Pomo D'oro, Ensemble - Stefano Montanari, Conductor - Nicola Porpora, Composer - Pietro Metastasio, Lyricist Copyright : 2017 PentaTone

  16. Catone in Utica (Leonardo Leo)
  17. 6 Catone in Utica: Soffre talor del vento

    Ann Hallenberg, Performer - Il Pomo D'oro, Ensemble - Stefano Montanari, Conductor - Leonardo Leo, Composer - Pietro Metastasio, Lyricist Copyright : 2017 PentaTone

  18. 7 Catone in Utica: Ombra cara, ombra adorata

    Ann Hallenberg, Performer - Il Pomo D'oro, Ensemble - Stefano Montanari, Conductor - Leonardo Leo, Composer - Pietro Metastasio, Lyricist Copyright : 2017 PentaTone

  19. L'abbandono di Armida (Leonardo Vinci)
  20. 8 L'abbandono di Armida: Nave altera che in mezzo all'onde

    Ann Hallenberg, Performer - Il Pomo D'oro, Ensemble - Stefano Montanari, Conductor - Anonymous, Lyricist - Leonardo Vinci, Composer Copyright : 2017 PentaTone

About

The Carnival of Venice in 1729 was quite unlike any other. Over a period of two months, opera houses went into a frenzy of competition to show off the most famous singers of the day, including the legendary castrato Farinelli who made his astonishing Venetian debut. Several of the most fashionable composers rose to the occasion, writing ravishing music for spectacular productions which often pitted the singers against each other in breathtaking displays of virtuosity. The results were sensational; one tour de force followed another in an atmosphere of fevered excitement and the adoring public lapped it up.

The carnival opened with a star-studded cast in Leonardo Leo’s tragedy Cantone in Utica from which the dazzling aria Soffre talor del vento and the more gentle Ombra adorata are taken. Farinelli triumphed in Nicolo Porpora’s opera Semiramide, the perfect vehicle for his extraordinary technique. By contrast Adelaide by Giuseppe Maria Orlandini, another premiere, contains show-stopping displays for Farinelli’s arch rival Faustina Bordoni. And Germiano Giacomelli’s elegant opera Gianguir contains the achingly beautiful aria Mi par sentir la bella. Most of these rediscovered works are recorded here for the first time. (c) Pentatone

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