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Farinelli the Composer - Jorg Waschinski (counter tenor); Salzburger Hofmusik; Wolfgang Brunner (conductor)
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  1. Io sperai del porto in sano, aria for voice & ensemble
  2. Invan ti chiamo, invan ti cerco, recitativo for voice & ensemble
  3. Il Dolor Che Vo Sfogando
  4. Ogni d pi molesto, cantata for soprano & ensemble:
  5. Non sperar, non lusingarti, aria for voice & ensemble
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  1. Io sperai del porto in sano, aria for voice & ensemble
  2. Invan ti chiamo, invan ti cerco, recitativo for voice & ensemble
  3. Il Dolor Che Vo Sfogando
  4. Ogni d pi molesto, cantata for soprano & ensemble:
  5. Non sperar, non lusingarti, aria for voice & ensemble
  6. Che chiedi? Che brami?, for voice, strings & continuo
  7. Son pastorello amante, for voice & ensemble
  8. Ecco quel fiero istante, la partenza, for voice & ensemble
  9. Ecco quel fiero istante, la partenza, for voice & ensemble
  10. Regal Britannia, recitativo for voice & ensemble
  11. Ah, che non sono, aria for voice & ensemble
  12. England's Lamentation for the Loss of Farinelli, for voice & ensemble
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Castrato Carlo Broschi, known as Farinelli, was one of the most celebrated musical figures of the early 18th century, and perhaps the most entertaining item here is the crestfallen England's Lamentation for the Loss of Farinelli, published in several arrangements in the 1730s and 1740s. The piece marked not Farinelli's death, but his departure from England for Spain in 1737, and the recorder-and-soprano version here is beautifully done. It was in Madrid where Farinelli apparently undertook his few efforts as a composer, ...

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Farinelli the Composer 2011, NCA

UPC: 885150602386

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