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Passionate Baroque Arias

Passionate Baroque Arias

  • Door Gemma Bertagnolli
  • Release 13-7-2010
  • Media-indeling CD
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In 18th-century Italian opera the solo aria - a form of musical expression held in high favor by Humanist culture (owing to it's close link with the word); was the main, indeed almost the exclusive, vehicle for expressing the characters' feelings and emotions. And the presentation of different expressive situations is surely one of the most characteristic features of Italian opera. Unlike it's French counterpart, Italian opera showed little interest in any kind of realistic representation of the plot. Instead it focused on the music. Or more specifically, it concentrated on the capacity of the human voice to arouse emotions, of which love is naturally one of the most frequently encountered. As a result, the diverse facets of love (right down to it's idealization or to it's sacrifice for reasons of state) form the standard fare of opera plots. It is something of a commonplace to consider 18th-century opera as little more than a battleground for the display of virtuoso singers. But it would be truer to say that the singers became the unchallenged masters of the opera stage precisely because their superb technique and vocal skills made it possible to highlight the emotions and give musical life to the 'affects'; in other words, to the different states of mind of the various characters. It is no coincidence that the very etymology of the term 'aria' (from the Latin aer) is linked to the concept of a musical 'mode', in the sense of a 'manner of singing'.

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Componisten: Antonio Vivaldi, Francesco Maria Veracini, George Frederick Handel, Johann Adolf Hasse
Dirigenten: Stefano Veggetti
Artiesten: Davide Monti, Elisa Imbalzano, Franziska Romaner, Gemma Bertagnolli, Konrad Zeller
Titel: Passionate Baroque Arias
Releasedatum: 13-7-2010
Label: Brilliant Classics
Media-indeling: CD
UPC: 842977040715
Objectnummer: KOC704071