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Ottavio Dantone & Orchestre de Chambre de Paris - Rossini: Petite Messe Solennelle (2015)

18-03-2015, 17:11
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Ottavio Dantone & Orchestre de Chambre de Paris - Rossini: Petite Messe Solennelle (2015)

Artist: Ottavio Dantone & Orchestre de Chambre de Paris
Title Of Album: Rossini: Petite Messe Solennelle
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Naïve / V5409
Genre: Classical
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 77:01 min
Total Size: 176 / 341 MB
WebSite: Album Preview


1. Kyrie
2. Gloria in Excelsis Deo
3. Gratias Agimus Tibi
4. Domine Deus
5. Qui Tollis
6. Quoniam
7. Cum Sancto Spiritu
8. Credo in Unum Deum
9. Crucifixus
10. Et Resurrexit
11. Preludio Religioso
12. Sanctus
13. O Salutaris
14. Agnus Dei

Starring Julia Lezhneva, Ottavio Dantone and accentus, this live recording brings a new and fresh light on Rossini's most famous choral work. The concert took place in Paris - Basilique de Saint-Denis, to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the work, first performed in March 1864, in Paris. The amazing quality of the solo voices (Julia Lezhneva, Delphine Galou, Michael Spyres, Alexander Vinogradov) meets the dynamic direction of Ottavio Dantone and is supported by the vocal dexterity of accentus chamber choir. 'Because of its uncommon instrumental forces, the chamber version of the 'Petite Messe', for two pianos and harmonium, was long regarded as the definitive version; the orchestration Rossini made in 1867-68 was viewed as merely an arrangement. In his recent critical edition, Davide Daolmi presents a different interpretation, which makes the orchestrated version the culmination of a long genetic process, begun in 1862, in which the chamber version is merely an intermediate stage. The posthumous premiere of the definitive version of the 'Petite Messe', which was also the work s first public performance, took place at the Théâtre-Italien on 28 February 1869, the anniversary of the composer s birth, with Gabrielle Kraus (soprano), Marietta Alboni (contralto), Ernest Nicolas (tenor), and Luigi Agnesi. It was at once a triumph and a highly emotional occasion. A few years later, on 30 May 1876, Verdi was to conduct his 'Messa da requiem' in the same theatre, thus continuing the homage to the great Italian composer.' from the booklet notes.

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