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Détails sur le produit

  • Interprète: Orchestra Roma Sinfonietta, Pueri Cantores Della Cappella Musicale Pontificia Detta Sistina
  • Orchestre: Vittorio Grigolo
  • Chef d'orchestre: Fabio Cerroni
  • Compositeur: Campetti, César Franck, Domenico Bartolucci, Franz Schubert, Gaetano Capocci, et al.
  • CD (21 octobre 2013)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Sony Music Classique
  • ASIN : B008XQLJYY
  • Autres éditions : CD
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Disque : 1

  1. Ave maria
  2. Fermarono I cieli
  3. Maria, che dolce nome
  4. Panis angelicus
  5. Dolce cuor del mio gesu
  6. Ave maria
  7. Ingemisco
  8. Ave maria
  9. O céleste verginella
  10. Ave verum corpus, KV 618
  11. Pieta, signore!
  12. Ave maria
  13. Voglio chiamar maria
  14. O bella mia speranza
  15. Exaudi domine
  16. Serenata
  17. Salve regina
  18. Ave maria

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Un peu déçu par un Vittorio Grigolo, qui semble avoir bâclé cet enregistrement. Un manque de travail évident et regrettable. On pouvait espérer mieux de cette voix si riche.
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HASH(0x8cefbc18) étoiles sur 5 SO BEAUTIFUL... IT ALMOST HURTS 23 octobre 2013
Par Bartolomé Mesa - Publié sur Amazon.com
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As my reviews of Vittorio Grigòlo's previous albums on the Sony label clearly show, I am a complete admirer of his tenor's voice and his art. Nevertheless I put his new CD in my player with a degree of aprehension. Was this another sugary compilation of sweet sacred melodies so apt for the upcoming Christmas? I have had enough of those. Fortunately, this is a very different kind of disc. There are of course some predictable pieces, from Franck's Panis Angelicus to Schubert's Ave Maria, but most of the tracks in the album are very little known and previously unrecorded songs of prayer that Vittorio learned and sung with the priests of the legendary Sistine Chapel Choir in the Vatican, of which he was a member from the age of 11 to 14. The children of the actual choir join the grown up artist in several of of them and they both sound heavenly. Many of these pieces may not be great music, but all of them are pleasant to hear and have a profound significance in the artist's forming years and it shows. Grigòlo probably has never sung more from the heart than he has here. And in an age of mostly technical and inexpressive singing that is not a quality to be underestimated. So heartly recommended.
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HASH(0x8ce74f00) étoiles sur 5 Heavenly voice for a Celestial tribute to his days in the Vatican Choir 10 novembre 2013
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I just bought a second copy of this CD as a Christmas gift for someone (Shhhh, don't tell!) This tribute by the opera singer to his childhood years in the Vatican choir is just stunning. His interpretation of 5 different Ava Maria's (not the same one we know) is gentle and reverent, not operatic. I think he must be a devote man to sing these tributes to Mary with such love. This is a Heavenly album to sooth the soul. Bravo, Vittorio Grigolo.
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HASH(0x8cefb330) étoiles sur 5 No doubt, the album will satisfy Grigolo's fans 30 décembre 2013
Par John J. Puccio - Publié sur Amazon.com
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So, how does Grigolo fare in this material, especially compared to the numerous other tenors who have recorded it? That depends. He certainly has a fine voice, even though he is not so thrilling, so robust, so smooth, nor so dependable as others in the field. He also has a most-expressive voice, which might annoy some listeners, since he doesn’t shy away from sometimes using it in a very theatrical manner, the inflections wide, the dynamic contrasts sometimes exaggerated, and the tremolo often evident. While Grigolo’s style may appeal to a broad audience and endear him to them, judging from what I listened to here it may just as soon turn off some dedicated opera fans who would rather he not be quite so obviously sentimental and flamboyant.

I might add, too, that the orchestra that accompanies him on most of the songs, the Orchestra Roma Sinfonietta, sounds somewhat small and shallow. In the final number, however, the City of Prague Orchestra plays behind him, and it sounds fuller, richer, and more impressive. Still, the smaller Sinfonietta does provide a sweetly transparent sound.

Anyway, Grigolo begins the program with Padre Giovanni Maria Catena’s “Ave Maria” on which Grigolo's voice soars majestically, and one can almost feel that he's holding back his true power most of the time in order to communicate a more intimate tone. It's not bad.

On the next selection, "Fermarono i cieli," he likewise keeps his voice in check so as not to upstage the children's choir singing behind him. It's a lovely rendering of the tune, with Grigolo only occasionally bursting forth full power, which can be a tad disconcerting but no doubt exciting.

And so it goes. It isn't until the third and fourth numbers, Campetti's "Maria, che dolce nome" and Franck's "Panis angelicus," that Grigolo lets his voice soar, and these songs come across with great force and conviction. From this point on, it's pretty much Grigolo letting loose the full power and scope of his voice in dynamic contrasts that can't help make an impression for good or bad, depending on your attitude toward how a singer should handle these items.

Favorites? Well, they're all lovely, but I did take a particular fancy to Catena's "O celeste verginella" for the tender attitude Grigolo expresses in it. Then there's Mozart's "Ave verum corpus," with Grigolo producing a hushed sensitivity without blowing down the house. The traditional "Voglio chiamar Maria" sounds good with its deep organ accompaniment. A final number, Adam's "O Holy Night," sung with Jackie Evancho and the City of Prague Orchestra, is quite poignant. And, of course, it's hard not to appreciate Schubert's "Ave Maria" no matter who's singing it.

Without question, the album will satisfy Grigolo's fans, and it may even pick up a few new fans in the process.

Producers Chris Alder and Nick Patrick and engineer Neil Hutchinson recorded the music in a variety of locations, including Forum Music Village, Rome; Wathen Hall, London; and Smecky Studio, Prague in 2012-13. As I mentioned above, the chamber orchestra that accompanies Grigolo on most of the numbers is fairly small, and thus it produces a fairly transparent sound. Grigolo’s voice sounds well integrated on most numbers, not too forward but still front and center. The voice itself sounds well defined, robust when necessary, and the engineers captured it pretty well. There is a touch of shrillness occasionally in the highest notes and a bit of edge to the upper strings, but these things shouldn't be of much concern to most listeners.

John J. Puccio
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HASH(0x8ccdf5d0) étoiles sur 5 An Early Christmas Offering 22 octobre 2013
Par Grady Harp - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Recordings of music for the Christmas season will start flowing in about now, but this particular recording by strikingly handsome and gifted tenor Vittorio Grigolo is a grand overture. Not that this release of nearly every version of Ave Maria settings is only for Christmas: the music is full of rich spirit and is welcome at any time.

Grigolo is in fine voice for this very Italian (basically) repertoire and the honesty and grace with which he sings are perfectly fitting the messages of the music. There is no belting or singing to the upper balcony here, just gentle and meaningful expressions of faith. The accompaniments vary, with some works accompanied by organ and other with orchestra. The tracks are as follows:

Ave Maria - Giovanni Maria Catena
Fermarono i cieli (antica melodia napoletana) - Giovanni Maria Catena
Maria, che dolce nome – Richard Whilds
Panis Angelicus (from Mass, M. 61, Op. 12) - César Franck
Dolce cuor del mio Gesù - Gaetano Capocci
Ave Maria - Domenico Bartolucci
Ingemisco (from Messa da Requiem) - Giuseppe Verdi
Ave Maria - Giulio Caccini
O celeste Verginella - Giovanni Maria Catena
Ave verum Corpus, KV 618 - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Pietà, Signore! - Louis Abraham Niedermeyer
Ave Maria ("Ellens Gesang III", Op. 52/6, D 839 (Italian Version) - Franz Schubert
Voglio Chiamar Maria – Italian, anonymous
O bella mia speranza - Lorenzo Perosi
Exaudi Domine - Lorenzo Perosi
Serenata (Ständchen D 957/4) - Franz Schubert
Salve Regina - Gaetano Capocci
O Holy Night _ Adolphe Adame with Jackie Evancho (!)
Ave Maria (Extended Latin Version) – Franz Schubert

His compatriots for this recording include Francesca Dego, violin, 13 year old Jackie Evancho, soprano, I Pueri Cantores della Cappella Musicale Pntifica detta Sistina (Adriano Caroletti, choirmaster), Stefano Minore, concertmaster, and Fabio Cerrone, conducting the Orchestra Roma Sinfonietta.

As Grigolo states, "I feel Ave Maria is a tribute to all the incredible people who helped me as a boy, and to all the hours we studied and practiced in those little rooms in the chapel. This album is a dream come true for me." Grady Harp, October 13
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HASH(0x8ccdf648) étoiles sur 5 SO BEAUTIFUL... IT AMOST HURTS 23 octobre 2013
Par Bartolomé Mesa - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
As my reviews of Vittorio Grigòlo's previous albums on the Sony label clearly show, I am a complete admirer of his tenor's voice and his art. Nevertheless I put his new CD in my player with a degree of aprehension. Was this another sugary compilation of sweet sacred melodies so apt for the upcoming Christmas? I have had enough of those. Fortunately, this is a very different kind of disc. There are of course some predictable pieces, from Franck's Panis Angelicus to Schubert's Ave Maria, but most of the tracks in the album are very little known and previously unrecoded songs of prayer that Vittorio learned and sung with the priests of the legendary Sistine Chapel Choir in the Vatican, of which he was a member from the age of 11 to 14. The children of the actual choir join the grown up artist in several of them and they both sound heavenly. Many of these pieces may not be great music, but all of them are pleasant to hear and have a profound significance in the artist's forming years and it shows. Grigòlo probably has never sung more from the heart than he has here. And in an age of mostly technical and inexpressive singing that is not a quality to be understemated. So heartly recommended.
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