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Adriano Martinolli D'arcy|Franz von Suppé : Extremum Judicium

Franz von Suppé : Extremum Judicium

Margareta Klobucar - Dshamilja Kaiser - Taylan Reinhard - Wilfried Zelinka - Oper Graz Choir - Grazer Philharmonic Orchestra - Adriano Martinolli D'arcy

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Franz von Suppé was an extremely popular composer of operas and operettas in mid-19th century Vienna, though today he is mostly remembered for two overtures, Poet and Peasant (1846) and Light Cavalry (1866), which have been used in films, TV commercials, and cartoons. Yet Suppé also composed sacred music that has slipped into obscurity, such as his requiem oratorio, Extremum Judicium (1855), of which an autographed manuscript was found in Trieste, complete with parts. Based on the Roman Catholic missa pro defunctis, the libretto also includes additional Latin texts set as solo arias, lending the requiem mass a much grander presentation of nearly operatic proportions. This CPO recording by Adriano Martinolli d'Arcy and the Graz Philharmonic Orchestra is a major revelation, for there is no clear evidence that Extremum Judicium was ever performed in Suppé's lifetime, and this recording is the first complete version available on CD. Suppé's music is grim and apocalyptic, with moments of theatricality and grandiosity that would have made it impractical for use in funerals. Rather, it is an imposing meditation on the Last Judgment that runs for close to two hours, and between dry passages of austere counterpoint are vivid choruses that are sometimes startling in their urgency. While this work falls short of the pathos of Mozart's Requiem K. 626 and the power of Verdi's Requiem, it does seem to evoke the former and anticipate the latter, and listeners will be reminded of those composers in several movements.
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Franz von Suppé : Extremum Judicium

Adriano Martinolli D'arcy

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Extremum Judicium, Pt. I (Franz von Suppé)

1
Part I: Prelude
Margareta Klobucar
00:08:51

Graz Philharmonic Orchestra - Adriano Martinolli D'arcy, Conductor - Franz von Suppé, Composer - Otto Prechtler, Lyricist

(C) 2013 CPO (P) 2013 CPO

2
Part I: Introitus and Kyrie (Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass, Chorus)
Margareta Klobucar
00:08:14

Wilfried Zelinka, bass - Margareta Klobucar, soprano - Dshamilja Kaiser, alto - Taylan Reinhard, tenor - Graz Opera Chorus - Graz Philharmonic Orchestra - Adriano Martinolli D'arcy, Conductor - Franz von Suppé, Composer - Otto Prechtler, Lyricist

(C) 2013 CPO (P) 2013 CPO

3
Part I: Magna dies prope est dies vindicate (Tenor)
Margareta Klobucar
00:04:13

Taylan Reinhard, tenor - Graz Philharmonic Orchestra - Adriano Martinolli D'arcy, Conductor - Franz von Suppé, Composer - Otto Prechtler, Lyricist

(C) 2013 CPO (P) 2013 CPO

4
Part I: Dies Irae (Chorus)
Margareta Klobucar
00:02:56

Graz Opera Chorus - Graz Philharmonic Orchestra - Adriano Martinolli D'arcy, Conductor - Franz von Suppé, Composer - Otto Prechtler, Lyricist

(C) 2013 CPO (P) 2013 CPO

5
Part I: Victa a superum vi, tacet porcella (Bass)
Margareta Klobucar
00:04:30

Wilfried Zelinka, bass - Graz Philharmonic Orchestra - Adriano Martinolli D'arcy, Conductor - Franz von Suppé, Composer - Otto Prechtler, Lyricist

(C) 2013 CPO (P) 2013 CPO

6
Part I: Tuba mirum (Bass, Chorus)
Margareta Klobucar
00:07:13

Wilfried Zelinka, bass - Graz Opera Chorus - Graz Philharmonic Orchestra - Adriano Martinolli D'arcy, Conductor - Franz von Suppé, Composer - Otto Prechtler, Lyricist

(C) 2013 CPO (P) 2013 CPO

7
Part I: In pulverem nunc omnes prostrati (Soprano)
Margareta Klobucar
00:03:48

Margareta Klobucar, soprano - Graz Philharmonic Orchestra - Adriano Martinolli D'arcy, Conductor - Franz von Suppé, Composer - Otto Prechtler, Lyricist

(C) 2013 CPO (P) 2013 CPO

8
Part I: Rex tremendae (Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass, Chorus)
Margareta Klobucar
00:02:17

Wilfried Zelinka, bass - Margareta Klobucar, soprano - Dshamilja Kaiser, alto - Taylan Reinhard, tenor - Graz Opera Chorus - Graz Philharmonic Orchestra - Adriano Martinolli D'arcy, Conductor - Franz von Suppé, Composer - Otto Prechtler, Lyricist

(C) 2013 CPO (P) 2013 CPO

9
Part I: Assurgit tandem Deus (Tenor)
Margareta Klobucar
00:02:10

Taylan Reinhard, tenor - Graz Philharmonic Orchestra - Adriano Martinolli D'arcy, Conductor - Franz von Suppé, Composer - Otto Prechtler, Lyricist

(C) 2013 CPO (P) 2013 CPO

10
Part I: Recordare (Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass, Chorus)
Margareta Klobucar
00:06:42

Wilfried Zelinka, bass - Margareta Klobucar, soprano - Dshamilja Kaiser, alto - Taylan Reinhard, tenor - Graz Opera Chorus - Graz Philharmonic Orchestra - Adriano Martinolli D'arcy, Conductor - Franz von Suppé, Composer - Otto Prechtler, Lyricist

(C) 2013 CPO (P) 2013 CPO

11
Part I: Procul a Domini, sede, procul a coeli clarissima luce (Bass)
Margareta Klobucar
00:04:31

Wilfried Zelinka, bass - Graz Philharmonic Orchestra - Adriano Martinolli D'arcy, Conductor - Franz von Suppé, Composer - Otto Prechtler, Lyricist

(C) 2013 CPO (P) 2013 CPO

12
Part I: Confutatis (Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass, Chorus)
Margareta Klobucar
00:04:23

Wilfried Zelinka, bass - Margareta Klobucar, soprano - Dshamilja Kaiser, alto - Taylan Reinhard, tenor - Graz Opera Chorus - Graz Philharmonic Orchestra - Adriano Martinolli D'arcy, Conductor - Franz von Suppé, Composer - Otto Prechtler, Lyricist

(C) 2013 CPO (P) 2013 CPO

13
Part I: Et angelus pacis apparet (Alto)
Margareta Klobucar
00:04:32

Dshamilja Kaiser, alto - Graz Philharmonic Orchestra - Adriano Martinolli D'arcy, Conductor - Franz von Suppé, Composer - Otto Prechtler, Lyricist

(C) 2013 CPO (P) 2013 CPO

14
Part I: Lacrymosa (Alto, Chorus)
Margareta Klobucar
00:05:50

Dshamilja Kaiser, alto - Graz Opera Chorus - Graz Philharmonic Orchestra - Adriano Martinolli D'arcy, Conductor - Franz von Suppé, Composer - Otto Prechtler, Lyricist

(C) 2013 CPO (P) 2013 CPO

DISC 2

Extremum Judicium, Pt. II (Franz von Suppé)

1
Part II: Domine Jesu (Chorus)
Margareta Klobucar
00:05:27

Graz Opera Chorus - Graz Philharmonic Orchestra - Adriano Martinolli D'arcy, Conductor - Franz von Suppé, Composer - Otto Prechtler, Lyricist

(C) 2013 CPO (P) 2013 CPO

2
Part II: Et quia Deo gratum est (Bass)
Margareta Klobucar
00:01:20

Wilfried Zelinka, bass - Graz Philharmonic Orchestra - Adriano Martinolli D'arcy, Conductor - Franz von Suppé, Composer - Otto Prechtler, Lyricist

(C) 2013 CPO (P) 2013 CPO

3
Part II: Hostias (Bass, Chorus)
Margareta Klobucar
00:08:01

Wilfried Zelinka, bass - Graz Opera Chorus - Graz Philharmonic Orchestra - Adriano Martinolli D'arcy, Conductor - Franz von Suppé, Composer - Otto Prechtler, Lyricist

(C) 2013 CPO (P) 2013 CPO

4
Part II: Clamemus: Sanctus, Santus, Sanctus est Deus Sabaoth! (Tenor)
Margareta Klobucar
00:01:22

Taylan Reinhard, tenor - Graz Philharmonic Orchestra - Adriano Martinolli D'arcy, Conductor - Franz von Suppé, Composer - Otto Prechtler, Lyricist

(C) 2013 CPO (P) 2013 CPO

5
Part II: Sanctus (Chorus)
Margareta Klobucar
00:02:33

Graz Opera Chorus - Graz Philharmonic Orchestra - Adriano Martinolli D'arcy, Conductor - Franz von Suppé, Composer - Otto Prechtler, Lyricist

(C) 2013 CPO (P) 2013 CPO

6
Part II: Benedictus nuntius Dei (Alto)
Margareta Klobucar
00:01:17

Dshamilja Kaiser, alto - Graz Philharmonic Orchestra - Adriano Martinolli D'arcy, Conductor - Franz von Suppé, Composer - Otto Prechtler, Lyricist

(C) 2013 CPO (P) 2013 CPO

7
Part II: Benedictus (Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass, Chorus)
Margareta Klobucar
00:05:16

Wilfried Zelinka, bass - Margareta Klobucar, soprano - Dshamilja Kaiser, alto - Taylan Reinhard, tenor - Graz Opera Chorus - Graz Philharmonic Orchestra - Adriano Martinolli D'arcy, Conductor - Franz von Suppé, Composer - Otto Prechtler, Lyricist

(C) 2013 CPO (P) 2013 CPO

8
Part II: Preces et lacrymas fundite modo pro eis (Soprano)
Margareta Klobucar
00:03:10

Margareta Klobucar, soprano - Graz Philharmonic Orchestra - Adriano Martinolli D'arcy, Conductor - Franz von Suppé, Composer - Otto Prechtler, Lyricist

(C) 2013 CPO (P) 2013 CPO

9
Part II: Agnus Dei - Lux aeterna (Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass, Chorus)
Margareta Klobucar
00:11:04

Wilfried Zelinka, bass - Margareta Klobucar, soprano - Dshamilja Kaiser, alto - Taylan Reinhard, tenor - Graz Opera Chorus - Graz Philharmonic Orchestra - Adriano Martinolli D'arcy, Conductor - Franz von Suppé, Composer - Otto Prechtler, Lyricist

(C) 2013 CPO (P) 2013 CPO

10
Part II: Et jam preces ultima fiat (Bass)
Margareta Klobucar
00:02:18

Wilfried Zelinka, bass - Graz Philharmonic Orchestra - Adriano Martinolli D'arcy, Conductor - Franz von Suppé, Composer - Otto Prechtler, Lyricist

(C) 2013 CPO (P) 2013 CPO

11
Part II: Libera me (Chorus)
Margareta Klobucar
00:04:59

Graz Opera Chorus - Graz Philharmonic Orchestra - Adriano Martinolli D'arcy, Conductor - Franz von Suppé, Composer - Otto Prechtler, Lyricist

(C) 2013 CPO (P) 2013 CPO

Album Description

Franz von Suppé was an extremely popular composer of operas and operettas in mid-19th century Vienna, though today he is mostly remembered for two overtures, Poet and Peasant (1846) and Light Cavalry (1866), which have been used in films, TV commercials, and cartoons. Yet Suppé also composed sacred music that has slipped into obscurity, such as his requiem oratorio, Extremum Judicium (1855), of which an autographed manuscript was found in Trieste, complete with parts. Based on the Roman Catholic missa pro defunctis, the libretto also includes additional Latin texts set as solo arias, lending the requiem mass a much grander presentation of nearly operatic proportions. This CPO recording by Adriano Martinolli d'Arcy and the Graz Philharmonic Orchestra is a major revelation, for there is no clear evidence that Extremum Judicium was ever performed in Suppé's lifetime, and this recording is the first complete version available on CD. Suppé's music is grim and apocalyptic, with moments of theatricality and grandiosity that would have made it impractical for use in funerals. Rather, it is an imposing meditation on the Last Judgment that runs for close to two hours, and between dry passages of austere counterpoint are vivid choruses that are sometimes startling in their urgency. While this work falls short of the pathos of Mozart's Requiem K. 626 and the power of Verdi's Requiem, it does seem to evoke the former and anticipate the latter, and listeners will be reminded of those composers in several movements.
© TiVo

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