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Antonino Fogliani / Classica Chamber Choir, Brno / Virtuosi Brunensis - Nicola Vaccaj: La sposa di Messina mp3 download

Performer: Antonino Fogliani / Classica Chamber Choir, Brno / Virtuosi Brunensis
Title: Nicola Vaccaj: La sposa di Messina
Style: Opera
Location: Kursaal, Bad Wildbad, Germany
Duration: 01:43:17
Released: March 26, 2012
Date of recording: July 15, 2009 - July 18, 2009
Size MP3 version: 1134 mb
Size FLAC version: 1178 mb
Size WMA version: 1910 mb
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Genre: Classical

Antonino Fogliani / Classica Chamber Choir, Brno / Virtuosi Brunensis - Nicola Vaccaj: La sposa di Messina mp3 download


La sposa di Messina here receives its first recording and has been performed only once since its disastrous premiere in 1839, when it was withdrawn midway through the second performance. It's an ambitious work, adapted from Schiller's play Die Braut von Messina (The Bride of Messina). The play was Schiller's best attempt to emulate Sophocles, with a pair of brothers who fall in love with the same woman, unaware that she is their sister and that, moreover, it has been prophesied that she will cause their destruction.

Italian composer Nicola Vaccaj (also spelled Vaccai) is known today primarily for vocal exercises, but in his own time he was a successful as well as controversial contemporary of Bellini. La sposa di Messina here receives its first recording and has been performed only once since its disastrous premiere in 1839, when it was withdrawn midway through the second performance. It's an ambitious work, adapted from Schiller's play Die Braut von Messina (The Bride of Messina)

Classica Chamber Choir, Brno Virtuosi Brunensis Antonino Fogliani – conductor. The operas of Nicola Vaccaj, renowned as a vocal teacher and still known today for his Metodo di Canto, employ a similar bel canto style to that of his rival Bellini. Based on a tragedy by Friedrich Schiller, the powerfully dramatic plot of La sposa di Messina deals with the inescapable and, in this case, destructive nature of destiny. Vaccaj's own 1839 premi+¨re was dogged by bad luck, and the subject proved too controversial for Venetian audiences despite its numerous superb set pieces.

Conductor: Antonino Fogliani Orchestra/Ensemble: Virtuosi Brunensis, Brno Classica Chamber Choir Number of Discs: 2 Recorded in: Stereo Length: 1 Hours 44 Mins. In Stock: Usually ships in 24 hours. Vaccaj was an Italian composer and teacher who studied under Paisiello in Naples. He composed 17 operas from 1815 to 1846, and La Sposa di Messina was his second-to-last. In the opera’s premiere the plot disgusted the public, and the second performance consisted only of the first act, and act II was replaced by the second act of Donizetti’s Parisina. This concert performance was given at the Rossini-in-Wildbad Bel Canto Festival, and was the first revival ever. The libretto by Jacopo Caglanca was based on Friedrich Schiller’s Die Braut von Messina. The opera is set in Sicily in remote times.

Orchestra: Virtuosi Brunensis. Conductor: Antonino Fogliani. Composer: Nicola Vaccaj. Audio CD (26 Mar. 2012). This unique revival and première recording has a very strong cast and the performance is in the trusted hands of opera specialist Antonino Fogliani, whose Rossini (Mose in Egitto . 60220-21 and Otello . 60275-76) and Donizetti (Lucia di Lammermoor . 60255-56) are among the evergreen staples of our opera catalogue.

Vaccai, Nicola Cabianca, Jacopo, lyricist(s). Pratt, Jessica, soprano Adami, Filippo, tenor Ariostini, Armando, baritone Ono, Wakako, mezzo-soprano Piccolo, Maurizio Lo, bass Brno Classica Chamber Choir Virtuosi Brunensis Fogliani, Antonino, Conductor. 1. Preludio: Allegro 00:02:02 2. Act I: Introduzione e Terzetto: Oh ben giunti! (Chorus, Diego) 00:04:00 3. Act I: Ecco i fratei (Chorus, Cesare, Emanuele) 00:03:56 4. Act I: Emanuele!

Nicola Vaccai, Jessica Pratt, Filippo Adami, Armando Ariostini, Wakako Ono, Maurizio Lo Piccolo, Brno Classica Chamber Choir, Virtuosi Brunensis, Antonino Fogliani.

Classica Chamber Choir & Brno Virtuosi Brunensis, Antonino Fogliani . Show 15 remaining tracks for Vaccai: La sposa di Messina. Act I: Emanuele! (Cesare, Emanuele, Diego, Chorus).

Nicola Vaccaj La sposa di Messina. Giuseppe Verdi Aida, Attila, Giovanna d’Arco, I Lombardi alla prima crociata, I Masnadieri, Nabucco, La battaglia di Legnano, La Traviata, Oberto conte di San Bonifacio, Rigoletto. Richard Wagner Der fliegende Holländer Per entrambe le produzioni rossiniane si ritrovavano i Virtuosi Brunensis guidati con autorità e competenza da Antonino Fogliani. A lui, dal 2011 direttore musicale del Belcanto Opera Festival, vanno riconosciuti l’ottimo lavoro fatto sull’orchestra in questi anni e il merito, diviso con il sovrintendente Jochen Schönleber, di aver portato il festival a un livello tale da renderlo uno degli appuntamenti estivi irrinunciabili per gli amanti del belcanto.

Antonino Fogliani (born in Messina, June 29, 1976) is an Italian conductor. Fogliani studied composition at the Conservatorio "G. B. Martini" in Bologna with Francesco Carluccio and graduated with honors in orchestral conducting at the Milan Conservatory, under Vittorio Parisi. He then furthered his musical training at the Accademia Musicale Chigiana in Siena where he studied conducting with Gianluigi Gelmetti and composition with Franco Donatoni and Ennio Morricone.

Track List - Disc 1

Title/Composer Performer Time
La sposa di Messina
1 Preludio. Allegro Nicola Vaccai Classica Chamber Choir, Brno / Virtuosi Brunensis / Antonino Fogliani 2:00
2 Act 1. No. 1. Introduzione e Terzetto. Oh ben giunti! Nicola Vaccai Classica Chamber Choir, Brno / Virtuosi Brunensis / Antonino Fogliani 3:59
3 Act 1. No. 1. Introduzione e Terzetto. Ecco i fratei Nicola Vaccai Classica Chamber Choir, Brno / Virtuosi Brunensis / Antonino Fogliani 3:55
4 Act 1. No. 1. Introduzione e Terzetto. Emanuele! Nicola Vaccai Classica Chamber Choir, Brno / Virtuosi Brunensis / Antonino Fogliani 4:58
5 Act 1. No. 2. Recitativo. Dunque, amico? / Cavatina. Figli a una sola patria Nicola Vaccai Classica Chamber Choir, Brno / Virtuosi Brunensis / Antonino Fogliani 8:13
6 Act 1. No. 3. Romanza e Duetto. Emanuel! Così tu m'hai lasciata Nicola Vaccai Classica Chamber Choir, Brno / Virtuosi Brunensis / Antonino Fogliani 5:39
7 Act 1. No. 3. Romanza e Duetto. Esce dal bosco Nicola Vaccai Classica Chamber Choir, Brno / Virtuosi Brunensis / Antonino Fogliani 6:10
8 Act 1. No. 4. Scena. Ite, o fedei! / Romanza. Chi fida l'anima Nicola Vaccai Classica Chamber Choir, Brno / Virtuosi Brunensis / Antonino Fogliani 7:40
9 Act 1. No. 5. Finale primo. Dove in silenzio restasi Nicola Vaccai Classica Chamber Choir, Brno / Virtuosi Brunensis / Antonino Fogliani 3:24
10 Act 1. No. 5. Finale primo. O figli, a voi dal tumulo Nicola Vaccai Classica Chamber Choir, Brno / Virtuosi Brunensis / Antonino Fogliani 5:33
11 Act 1. No. 5. Finale primo. Si giuri omai Nicola Vaccai Classica Chamber Choir, Brno / Virtuosi Brunensis / Antonino Fogliani 5:11
12 Act 1. No. 5. Finale primo. La mia figlia, la mia vita Nicola Vaccai Classica Chamber Choir, Brno / Virtuosi Brunensis / Antonino Fogliani 6:17

Track List - Disc 2

Title/Composer Performer Time
La sposa di Messina
1 Act 2. No. 6. Coro. Voi pur vedeste / Aria. Mio fratello? Ei stesso Nicola Vaccai Classica Chamber Choir, Brno / Virtuosi Brunensis / Antonino Fogliani 7:57
2 Act 2. No. 7. Scena. Per la selva vicina / Duetto. O desio della mia vita / Terzetto. Così i tuoi giorni serbansi Nicola Vaccai Classica Chamber Choir, Brno / Virtuosi Brunensis / Antonino Fogliani 9:04
3 Act 2. No. 8. Finale secondo. Sovra il suo viso languido Nicola Vaccai Classica Chamber Choir, Brno / Virtuosi Brunensis / Antonino Fogliani 5:15
4 Act 2. No. 8. Finale secondo. Dove son io? Nicola Vaccai Classica Chamber Choir, Brno / Virtuosi Brunensis / Antonino Fogliani 4:23
5 Act 2. No. 8. Finale secondo. Egli mori Nicola Vaccai Classica Chamber Choir, Brno / Virtuosi Brunensis / Antonino Fogliani 6:14
6 Act 2. No. 8. Finale secondo. Al fratel, deh! che almeno mi unisca Nicola Vaccai Classica Chamber Choir, Brno / Virtuosi Brunensis / Antonino Fogliani 7:25

Credits

Filippo Adami - Tenor (Vocal)
Armando Ariostini - Baritone (Vocal)
Florian Bauer - Booklet Editor
Jacapo Cabianca - Librettist
Classica Chamber Choir, Brno - Choir/Chorus, Primary Artist
Jeremy Commons - Liner Notes, Synopsis
Siegbert Ernst - Producer
Antonino Fogliani - Conductor, Primary Artist
Pavel Konárek - Chorus Master
Stefan Lang - Editing
Sigi Mehne - Assistant Engineer
Karel Mitas - Orchestra Leader
Wakako Ono - Mezzo-Soprano (Vocal)
Maurizio Lo Piccolo - Bass (Vocal)
Jessica Pratt - Soprano (Vocal)
Kei Uesugi - Photography
Nicola Vaccai - Composer
Virtuosi Brunensis - Orchestra, Primary Artist
Norbert Vossen - Engineer
Paolo Zeccara - Cover Photo