Franco Fagioli Canzone e Cantate

Canzone e Cantate

Franco Fagioli

Released on March 26, 2019 by Carus

Main artist: Franco Fagioli

Genre: Classical

Includes: 1 Digital booklet

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Argentine countertenor Franco Fagioli first came to wide public attention when he won the 2003 International Singing Contest Neue Stimmen and recorded his first solo album the same year. In this 2010 release, Canzone e Cantate, Fagioli displays an even more secure technique and a broader expressive range. His voice has darkened (in contrast to the prevailing trend for light tone exemplified by countertenors like Philippe Jaroussky) and expanded its tonal colors. His use of vibrato is freer than is typical for this repertoire, giving his voice an almost bel canto bravura quality in the more dramatic arias, which listeners, depending on their tastes, may or may not find appealing, but it is certainly striking. Fagioli has chosen a diverse program ranging from early Baroque songs by Frescobaldi, Monteverdi, and Benedetto Ferrari to solo cantatas by Handel and Vivaldi and a late 18th century aria by Paisiello. He is joined very capably by lutenist Luca Pianca, cellist Marco Frezzato, and harpsichordist Jörg Halubek. The album feels more like a collaborative venture than a traditional solo recital with accompaniment and includes a harpsichord prelude by Handel, an anonymous courante for lute, and a trio sonata by Geminiani. This expressive repertoire offers ample opportunities for each performer's individuality to shine, and the results are delightful. Carus' sound is clean, detailed, and warmly intimate.
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Album : 1 disk - 23 tracks Total length : 01:00:11

  1. 1 Se l'aura spira (At the graceful dancing of the breezes)

    Franco Fagioli, countertenor - Luca Pianca, lute - Marco Frezzato, cello

  2. 2 Ecco di dolci raggi il sol armato

    Franco Fagioli, countertenor - Luca Pianca, lute - Jorg Halubek, harpsichord - Marco Frezzato, cello

  3. Musiche e poesie varie, Book 3 (Benedetto Ferrari)
  4. 3 Amanti io vi so dire

    Franco Fagioli, countertenor - Jorg Halubek, harpsichord - Luca Pianca, lute - Marco Frezzato, cello

  5. 4 Si dolce e'l tormento

    Franco Fagioli, countertenor - Luca Pianca, lute

  6. Musicali per cantarsi, Book 2 (Girolamo Frescobaldi)
  7. 5 A miei pianti

    Franco Fagioli, countertenor - Marco Frezzato, cello - Luca Pianca, lute

  8. 6 Corrante

    Franco Fagioli, countertenor

  9. Aure soavi e liete, HWV 84 (Georg Friedrich Händel)
  10. 7 Recitative: Aure soavi e lieti

    Franco Fagioli, countertenor - Luca Pianca, lute - Marco Frezzato, cello

  11. 8 Aria: Care luci

    Franco Fagioli, countertenor - Luca Pianca, lute - Marco Frezzato, cello

  12. 9 Recitative: Pieta, Clori, pieta

    Franco Fagioli, countertenor - Luca Pianca, lute - Marco Frezzato, cello

  13. 10 Arietta: Un aura flebile

    Franco Fagioli, countertenor - Luca Pianca, lute - Marco Frezzato, cello

  14. Harpsichord Suite in G major, HWV 450
  15. 11 I. Preludio

    Franco Fagioli, countertenor

  16. Pianti, sospiri e dimandar mercede, RV 676: Recitative (Antonio Vivaldi)
  17. 12 Pianti, sospiri e dimandar mercede, RV 676: Recitative

    Franco Fagioli, countertenor - Jorg Halubek, harpsichord - Marco Frezzato, cello - Luca Pianca, lute

  18. Pianti, sospiri e dimandar mercede, RV 676
  19. 13 Aria: Lusinga e del nocchier

    Franco Fagioli, countertenor - Marco Frezzato, cello - Jorg Halubek, harpsichord - Luca Pianca, lute

  20. 14 Recitative: O ingannato nocchiero

    Franco Fagioli, countertenor - Luca Pianca, lute - Jorg Halubek, harpsichord - Marco Frezzato, cello

  21. 15 Aria: Cor ingrato, dispietato

    Franco Fagioli, countertenor - Luca Pianca, lute - Marco Frezzato, cello - Jorg Halubek, harpsichord

  22. Cello Sonata in A minor, Op. 5, No. 6 (Francesco Geminiani)
  23. 16 I. Adagio

    Franco Fagioli, countertenor - Luca Pianca, lute - Jorg Halubek, harpsichord

  24. 17 II. Allegro assai

    Franco Fagioli, countertenor - Luca Pianca, lute - Jorg Halubek, harpsichord

  25. 18 III. Grave

    Franco Fagioli, countertenor - Jorg Halubek, harpsichord - Luca Pianca, lute

  26. 19 IV. Allegro moderato

    Franco Fagioli, countertenor - Jorg Halubek, harpsichord - Luca Pianca, lute

  27. Dolc' e pur d'amor l'affanno, HWV 109: Aria (Georg Friedrich Händel)
  28. 20 Dolc' e pur d'amor l'affanno, HWV 109: Aria

    Franco Fagioli, countertenor - Luca Pianca, lute - Marco Frezzato, cello - Jorg Halubek, harpsichord

  29. Dolc' e pur d'amor l'affanno, HWV 109
  30. 21 Recitative: Il viver sempre in pene

    Franco Fagioli, countertenor - Jorg Halubek, harpsichord - Luca Pianca, lute - Marco Frezzato, cello

  31. 22 Aria: Se piu non t'amo

    Franco Fagioli, countertenor - Luca Pianca, lute - Marco Frezzato, cello - Jorg Halubek, harpsichord

  32. L'amor contrastato, 'La molinara' (Highlights) (Giuseppe Palomba)
  33. 23 Act III: Nel cor piu non mi sento

    Franco Fagioli, countertenor - Jorg Halubek, harpsichord - Luca Pianca, lute - Marco Frezzato, cello

  • Album description
  • Argentine countertenor Franco Fagioli first came to wide public attention when he won the 2003 International Singing Contest Neue Stimmen and recorded his first solo album the same year. In this 2010 release, Canzone e Cantate, Fagioli displays an even more secure technique and a broader expressive range. His voice has darkened (in contrast to the prevailing trend for light tone exemplified by countertenors like Philippe Jaroussky) and expanded its tonal colors. His use of vibrato is freer than is typical for this repertoire, giving his voice an almost bel canto bravura quality in the more dramatic arias, which listeners, depending on their tastes, may or may not find appealing, but it is certainly striking. Fagioli has chosen a diverse program ranging from early Baroque songs by Frescobaldi, Monteverdi, and Benedetto Ferrari to solo cantatas by Handel and Vivaldi and a late 18th century aria by Paisiello. He is joined very capably by lutenist Luca Pianca, cellist Marco Frezzato, and harpsichordist Jörg Halubek. The album feels more like a collaborative venture than a traditional solo recital with accompaniment and includes a harpsichord prelude by Handel, an anonymous courante for lute, and a trio sonata by Geminiani. This expressive repertoire offers ample opportunities for each performer's individuality to shine, and the results are delightful. Carus' sound is clean, detailed, and warmly intimate.

  • Presentation
  • Le contre-ténor argentin Franco Fagioli possède une voix pleine, douce et suave, absolument sensationnelle. Sur cet album, il montre toute l'étendue de son expressivité, du chaud cantabile aux passages coloratur acrobatiques. Il est accompagné notamment par Luca Pianca au luth.

  • Tracklist
  • Girolamo Alessandro Frescobaldi
    Claudio Monteverdi
    Benedetto Ferrari
    Claudio Monteverdi
    Girolamo Alessandro Frescobaldi
    Compositeurs Divers
    George Frideric Handel
    Antonio Vivaldi
    Francesco Geminiani
    George Frideric Handel
    Giovanni Paisiello
    Giuseppe Palomba , Contributor Luca Pianca, lute Marco Frezzato, cello
    , Contributor Luca Pianca, lute Jorg Halubek, harpsichord Marco Frezzato, cello
    , Contributor Jorg Halubek, harpsichord Luca Pianca, lute Marco Frezzato, cello
    , Contributor Luca Pianca, lute
    , Contributor Marco Frezzato, cello Luca Pianca, lute
    , Contributor
    , Contributor Luca Pianca, lute Marco Frezzato, cello
    , Contributor
    , Contributor Jorg Halubek, harpsichord Marco Frezzato, cello Luca Pianca, lute
    , Contributor Marco Frezzato, cello Jorg Halubek, harpsichord Luca Pianca, lute
    , Contributor Luca Pianca, lute Jorg Halubek, harpsichord Marco Frezzato, cello
    , Contributor Luca Pianca, lute Marco Frezzato, cello Jorg Halubek, harpsichord
    , Contributor Luca Pianca, lute Jorg Halubek, harpsichord
    , Contributor Jorg Halubek, harpsichord Luca Pianca, lute
    , Contributor Luca Pianca, lute Marco Frezzato, cello Jorg Halubek, harpsichord
    , Contributor Jorg Halubek, harpsichord Luca Pianca, lute Marco Frezzato, cello
    , Contributor Luca Pianca, lute Marco Frezzato, cello Jorg Halubek, harpsichord
    , Contributor Jorg Halubek, harpsichord Luca Pianca, lute Marco Frezzato, cello

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