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Vivaldi: Filiæ mæstæ Jerusalem, RV 638 - Eser

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'Filiæ mæstæ Jerusalem'

Motet ('introduzione al Miserere') for alto, 2 violins, viola and basso continuo

Text: anonymous

Music: Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741)

Composition: probably between 1713 and 1717
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Eser, contralto

Bass realisation and programming: Marc D.

Recording: May 2012

Pitch: A = 415 Hz
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00:00 - 1. Recitativo: Filiæ mæstæ Jerusalem
01:48 - 2. Aria: Sileant zephyri
08:59 - 3. Recitativo: Sed tenebris diffusis
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Score by Martin Straeten, edited by myself.

In the aria's da capo, the ornamentation in the first-violin part closely follows that of a 2003 performance of this work by Il Seminario Musicale conducted by Gérard Lesne.

Marc D.
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'Filiæ mæstæ Jerusalem'

Motet ('introduzione al Miserere') for alto, 2 violins, viola and basso continuo

Text: anonymous

Music: Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741)

Composition: probably between 1713 and 1717
___

Eser, contralto

Bass realisation and programming: Marc D.

Recording: May 2012

Pitch: A = 415 Hz
___

00:00 - 1. Recitativo: Filiæ mæstæ Jerusalem
01:48 - 2. Aria: Sileant zephyri
08:59 - 3. Recitativo: Sed tenebris diffusis
___

Score by Martin Straeten, edited by myself.

In the aria's da capo, the ornamentation in the first-violin part closely follows that of a 2003 performance of this work by Il Seminario Musicale conducted by Gérard Lesne.

Marc D. Show less

Charpentier: Les plaisirs de Versailles - Christie Play

Charpentier: Les plaisirs de Versailles - Christie

Les plaisirs de Versailles, H 480,
little opera in one act

Libretto: Anonymous

Music: Marc-Antoine Charpentier

First performance: 1682, in the Château de Versailles (salon d'Apollon)?


In this recording:

La Musique: Sophie Daneman, soprano
La Conversation: Katalin Károlyi, mezzo-soprano
Le Jeu: Steve Dugardin, countertenor
Comus: Jean-François Gardeil, baritone
Un Plaisir: François Piolino, tenor
Patricia Petibon, Monique Zanetti, sopranos
Fernand Bernadi, baritone

Les Arts Florissants,
conducted by William Christie

Musicians:
Serge Saïta, flute, piccolo
Sébastien Marq, bass flute
Simon Heyerick, Isabel Serrano, violins
Kaori Uemura, bass viol
Elizabeth Kenny, theorbo, guitar
William Christie, harpsichord, organ

Recorded on 20-23 May 1995
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