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Cavalli: Sospiri d'amore

Claudio Cavina, La Venexiana, Raffaele Pe, Giulia Semenzato

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Cavalli: Sospiri d'amore

Giulia Semenzato

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Eritrea (Francesco Cavalli)

1
O luci belle
Giulia Semenzato
00:04:04

Giulia Semenzato, Performer - Raffaele Pe, Performer - La Venexiana, Ensemble - Claudio Cavina, Conductor - Giovanni Faustini, Lyricist - Francesco Cavalli, Composer

(C) 2016 Glossa (P) 2016 Glossa

Orimonte (Francesco Cavalli)

2
Qui cadè al tuo piè
Giulia Semenzato
00:03:39

Giulia Semenzato, Performer - Raffaele Pe, Performer - La Venexiana, Ensemble - Claudio Cavina, Conductor - Giovanni Faustini, Lyricist - Francesco Cavalli, Composer

(C) 2016 Glossa (P) 2016 Glossa

Veremonda, l'amazzone di Aragona (Francesco Cavalli)

3
Né meste più
Giulia Semenzato
00:05:23

Giulia Semenzato, Performer - Raffaele Pe, Performer - La Venexiana, Ensemble - Claudio Cavina, Conductor - Giacinto Andrea Cicognini, Lyricist - Francesco Cavalli, Composer - Giulio Strozzi, Lyricist

(C) 2016 Glossa (P) 2016 Glossa

Statira principessa di Persia (Francesco Cavalli)

4
Lassa, che fò
Giulia Semenzato
00:04:36

Giulia Semenzato, Performer - La Venexiana, Ensemble - Claudio Cavina, Conductor - Giovanni Francesco Busenello, Lyricist - Francesco Cavalli, Composer

(C) 2016 Glossa (P) 2016 Glossa

Ciro (Francesco Cavalli)

5
Ciro: Corone ed honori
Raffaele Pe
00:03:02

Raffaele Pe, Performer - La Venexiana, Ensemble - Claudio Cavina, Conductor - Francesco Cavalli, Composer - Giulio Cesare Sorrentino, Lyricist

(C) 2016 Glossa (P) 2016 Glossa

Statira principessa di Persia (Francesco Cavalli)

6
Vanne intrepido o mio bene
Giulia Semenzato
00:03:36

Giulia Semenzato, Performer - La Venexiana, Ensemble - Claudio Cavina, Conductor - Giovanni Francesco Busenello, Lyricist - Francesco Cavalli, Composer

(C) 2016 Glossa (P) 2016 Glossa

Mutio Scevola (Francesco Cavalli)

7
L'aspetto feroce
Giulia Semenzato
00:03:03

Giulia Semenzato, Performer - Raffaele Pe, Performer - La Venexiana, Ensemble - Claudio Cavina, Conductor - Nicolo Minato, Lyricist - Francesco Cavalli, Composer

(C) 2016 Glossa (P) 2016 Glossa

Ormindo (Francesco Cavalli)

8
D'amor non si quereli
Giulia Semenzato
00:03:02

Giulia Semenzato, Performer - Raffaele Pe, Performer - La Venexiana, Ensemble - Claudio Cavina, Conductor - Giovanni Faustini, Lyricist - Francesco Cavalli, Composer

(C) 2016 Glossa (P) 2016 Glossa

Scipione affricano (Francesco Cavalli)

9
Io misero fui rege
Raffaele Pe
00:02:31

Raffaele Pe, Performer - La Venexiana, Ensemble - Claudio Cavina, Conductor - Nicolo Minato, Lyricist - Francesco Cavalli, Composer

(C) 2016 Glossa (P) 2016 Glossa

Egisto (Francesco Cavalli)

10
Egisto: Hor che l'aurora
Giulia Semenzato
00:10:25

Giulia Semenzato, Performer - Raffaele Pe, Performer - La Venexiana, Ensemble - Claudio Cavina, Conductor - Giovanni Faustini, Lyricist - Francesco Cavalli, Composer

(C) 2016 Glossa (P) 2016 Glossa

Elena (Francesco Cavalli)

11
Elena: Io chiudo nel core
Giulia Semenzato
00:06:35

Giulia Semenzato, Performer - Raffaele Pe, Performer - La Venexiana, Ensemble - Claudio Cavina, Conductor - Giovanni Faustini, Lyricist - Nicolo Minato, Lyricist - Francesco Cavalli, Composer

(C) 2016 Glossa (P) 2016 Glossa

Pompeo magno (Francesco Cavalli)

12
Alpi gelate
Giulia Semenzato
00:03:40

Giulia Semenzato, Performer - La Venexiana, Ensemble - Claudio Cavina, Conductor - Nicolo Minato, Lyricist - Francesco Cavalli, Composer

(C) 2016 Glossa (P) 2016 Glossa

Ormindo (Francesco Cavalli)

13
Sì, sì, che questa notte
Giulia Semenzato
00:06:26

Giulia Semenzato, Performer - Raffaele Pe, Performer - La Venexiana, Ensemble - Claudio Cavina, Conductor - Giovanni Faustini, Lyricist - Francesco Cavalli, Composer

(C) 2016 Glossa (P) 2016 Glossa

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