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Cecilia Bartoli|St. Petersburg

St. Petersburg

Cecilia Bartoli - I Barocchisti, Diego Fasolis

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Cecilia Bartoli takes us on a journey leading from Italy to Russia which traces the development of opera in St. Petersburg. Through the actions of three powerful Tsarists, the previously non-existent musical life of the entire nation was awoken: Anna of Russia (Anna Ivanovna), Elizabeth I (Elizabeth Petrovna, daughter of Peter the Great) and Catherine II (Sophia Augusta Frederica of Anhalt-Zerbst). In addition to attracting performers, they also attracted many Italian composers, the first of whom would be Francesco Araia, followed by Manfredini and Cimarosa, among others. The program of this album follows original themes adored by Bartoli herself, and includes some long lost treasures by other composers such as Hermann Friedrich Raupach - the first harpsichordist and composer of the court following the dismissal of Araia. It is by sifting through the archives of the Mariinsky Theatre that Cecilia Bartoli has gathered this anthology opera excerpts, most of which are previously unpublished.

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La forza dell’amore e dell’odio (Francesco Araja)

1
"Vado a morir"
00:07:18

Cecilia Bartoli, Mezzo-Soprano - Diego Fasolis, Conductor - Francesco Araia, Composer

℗ 2014 Decca Music Group Limited

Altsesta (Hermann Friedrich Raupach)

2
"Razverzi pyos gortani, laya"
00:06:56

Cecilia Bartoli, Mezzo-Soprano - Diego Fasolis, Conductor - Hermann Raupach, Composer

℗ 2014 Decca Music Group Limited

3
"Idu na smert"
00:12:37

Cecilia Bartoli, Mezzo-Soprano - Diego Fasolis, Conductor - Hermann Raupach, Composer

℗ 2014 Decca Music Group Limited

Siroe, rè di Persia (Hermann Friedrich Raupach)

4
"O placido il mare"
00:06:28

Cecilia Bartoli, Mezzo-Soprano - Diego Fasolis, Conductor - Hermann Raupach, Composer

℗ 2014 Decca Music Group Limited

Prologue To "La Clemenza di Tito" (Domenico Dall'oglio)

5
“De miei Figli”
00:04:31

Cecilia Bartoli, Mezzo-Soprano - Diego Fasolis, Conductor - Domenico Dall'Oglio, Composer

℗ 2014 Decca Music Group Limited

Carlo Magno (Vincenzo Manfredini)

6
"Fra' lacci tu mi credi"
00:06:52

Cecilia Bartoli, Mezzo-Soprano - Diego Fasolis, Conductor - Vincenzo Manfredini, Composer

℗ 2014 Decca Music Group Limited

Seleuco (Francesco Araja)

7
"Pastor che a notte ombrosa"
00:10:14

Cecilia Bartoli, Mezzo-Soprano - Diego Fasolis, Conductor - Francesco Araia, Composer

℗ 2014 Decca Music Group Limited

Altsesta (Hermann Friedrich Raupach)

8
March
00:02:20

Cecilia Bartoli, Mezzo-Soprano - Diego Fasolis, Conductor - Hermann Raupach, Composer

℗ 2014 Decca Music Group Limited

Carlo Magno (Vincenzo Manfredini)

9
"Non turbar que’ vagi rai"
00:09:13

Cecilia Bartoli, Mezzo-Soprano - Diego Fasolis, Conductor - Vincenzo Manfredini, Composer

℗ 2014 Decca Music Group Limited

La vergine del sole (Domenico Cimarosa)

10
"Agitata in tante pene"
00:08:10

Cecilia Bartoli, Mezzo-Soprano - Diego Fasolis, Conductor - Domenico Cimarosa, Composer

℗ 2014 Decca Music Group Limited

Carlo Magno (Vincenzo Manfredini)

11
"A noi vivi donna eccelsa"
00:03:13

Cecilia Bartoli, Mezzo-Soprano - Diego Fasolis, Conductor - Vincenzo Manfredini, Composer

℗ 2014 Decca Music Group Limited

Album Description

Cecilia Bartoli takes us on a journey leading from Italy to Russia which traces the development of opera in St. Petersburg. Through the actions of three powerful Tsarists, the previously non-existent musical life of the entire nation was awoken: Anna of Russia (Anna Ivanovna), Elizabeth I (Elizabeth Petrovna, daughter of Peter the Great) and Catherine II (Sophia Augusta Frederica of Anhalt-Zerbst). In addition to attracting performers, they also attracted many Italian composers, the first of whom would be Francesco Araia, followed by Manfredini and Cimarosa, among others. The program of this album follows original themes adored by Bartoli herself, and includes some long lost treasures by other composers such as Hermann Friedrich Raupach - the first harpsichordist and composer of the court following the dismissal of Araia. It is by sifting through the archives of the Mariinsky Theatre that Cecilia Bartoli has gathered this anthology opera excerpts, most of which are previously unpublished.

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