Wydawnictwo: Flora
Nr katalogowy: FLORA 1709
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: luty 2012
EAN: 5425008377919
Dostępność: w magazynie
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Epoka muzyczna: współczesna, barok
Obszar (język): angielski, włoski

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Goehr / Monteverdi / Quagliati: Il Combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda

Flora - FLORA 1709
Adriana Fernandez, soprano
Juan Sancho, Ténor
Furio Zanasi, Ténor
Les Sacqueboutiers:
Jean-Pierre Canihac, Cornet a bouquin
Marie Garnier-Marzullo, Cornet a bouquin
Daniel Lassalle, Sacqueboute ténor
Sylvain Delvaux,Sacqueboute basse
Christine Payeux, viole de gambe
Jean-François, Verdier clarinette
Matthias Spaeter Archiluth, chitarrone
Yasuko Bouvard Orgue, clavecin
Il Combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda

Paraphrase pour clarinette solo sur le madrigal Il Combattimento de Monteverdi (1969)

Il carro di fedelta d’amore, donné sur un char ( Rome en 1611)
At the junction of madrigal, opera and intermezzo, “Il Combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda” marks a clear milestone in the evolution of Monteverdi’s full attention to the emotions (Affetti) in the combination oratione – armonia. This musical theater based on the new expressive style experiences here the “stile concitato” (agitated). Shown for the first time at the Carnival of Venice in 1624, and published only in 1638 in the “Eigth Book of Madrigals of War and Love”, the Combattimento innovates by its multiplicity of feelings and contradictory moods which are at the heart of the poem “Jerusalem delivered” by Torquato Tasso. This stunning masterpiece is here supplemented by the mini-opera ‘Il carro di fedelt{ d’amore” by Paolo Quagliati composed on a libretto by Pietro della Valle represented for the first time in Rome in a decorated chariot during the carnival of 1606. Finally the “Paraphrases on the madrigal Il Combattimento di Tancredi and Clorinda by Monteverdi” composed in 1969 by Alexander Goehr for solo clarinet induce a fruitful dialogue between avant-garde and the past.