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Vivaldi - Di Trombe Guerriere

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Label: Dynamic

Cat No: CDS7710

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 1

Release Date: 25th September 2015

Contents

Works

Vivaldi, Antonio

Catone in Utica, RV705
» Se in campo armato (Act 1)
Concerto for 2 trumpets in C major, RV537
Concerto in C major for violin, traverso and organ, RV779
Concerto in C major for violin, violoncello, organ and strings, RV554a
Il Teuzzone, RV736
» Di trombe guerriere
La fida ninfa, RV714
» Chi dal cielo o dalla sorte
Motezuma, RV723
» D'ira e furor armato
Scanderberg, RV732
» Con palme ed allori (Act 2)
Tito Manlio, RV738
» Combatta un gentil cor (Act 2)
» Dopo si rei disastri (Act 3)

Artists

Gabriele Cassone (trumpet)
Matteo Frige (trumpet)
Francesca Cassinari (soprano)
Marta Fumagalli (mezzo-soprano)
Roberto Balconi (alto)
Mauro Borgioni (bass)
Ensemble Pian & Forte

Conductor

Francesco Fanna

Works

Vivaldi, Antonio

Catone in Utica, RV705
» Se in campo armato (Act 1)
Concerto for 2 trumpets in C major, RV537
Concerto in C major for violin, traverso and organ, RV779
Concerto in C major for violin, violoncello, organ and strings, RV554a
Il Teuzzone, RV736
» Di trombe guerriere
La fida ninfa, RV714
» Chi dal cielo o dalla sorte
Motezuma, RV723
» D'ira e furor armato
Scanderberg, RV732
» Con palme ed allori (Act 2)
Tito Manlio, RV738
» Combatta un gentil cor (Act 2)
» Dopo si rei disastri (Act 3)

Artists

Gabriele Cassone (trumpet)
Matteo Frige (trumpet)
Francesca Cassinari (soprano)
Marta Fumagalli (mezzo-soprano)
Roberto Balconi (alto)
Mauro Borgioni (bass)
Ensemble Pian & Forte

Conductor

Francesco Fanna

About

Vivaldi’s vocal and instrumental works with trumpet are not only very interesting from a musical point of view but also brilliantly written.

This is the first recording that makes available virtually all of these compositions, which are still rather little-known and which encompass the entire career of the Venetian composer.

In the first half of the 1700s, the aria with concertante trumpet was one of the ingredients that the public of the numerous Venetian theatres appreciated the most. Spurred by his innate curiosity for any type of instrument, Vivaldi has left us about ten very fine examples of operatic aria with trumpet. The oldest ones date from his Mantua period (1718-1720), while the most recent ones belong to the last phase of his operatic career (1732-1737).

Inspired by an instrument that the collective imagination associated with the idea of war and triumph, Vivaldi shaped a type of writing that gives the greatest care for details and is particularly brilliant, characterized by an original syncretism of vocal and instrumental stylistic features.

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