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I Pellegrini al Sepolcro di Nostro Signore Import

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  • Interprète: Johann Adolf Hasse
  • Chef d'orchestre: Johann Adolf Hasse
  • CD (1 janvier 1970)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Parlophone
  • ASIN : B0000241TX
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Johann Adolf Hasse était connu pour être un maître de la mélodie chantante dans le style italien. Il était un maître de l'harmonie et de l'orchestration, concernant les oeuvres profanes comme sacrées. Cet oratorio n'est pas une oeuvre connue de ce compositeur, mais il demeure transcendé par l'interprétation de Gérard Lesne, qui transforme cette pièce en une évocation d'une profonde sensibilité. "Les Pèlerins au Sépulcre" est couplé avec une intéressante "Sinfonia". --Eric Frank

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7 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Eric Juaneda le 12 novembre 2004
Format: CD
« I pellegrini » est un oratorio sur le thème de la passion. L'œuvre présentée est celle d'un compositeur au sommet de sa gloire : partition aboutie, riche en couleurs.
Les interprètes ont merveilleusement exploité toutes les facettes de cette composition dans laquelle on peut apprécier tout le génie inventif de Hasse. Coup de chapeau à Peter Harvey pour sa prestation exceptionnelle.
Un bel hommage au dernier compositeur de musique baroque, qui jouissait de son vivant d'une notoriété comparable à celle de G.F. Handel.
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Great story and great music 13 mai 2001
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Buy this at once! Virgin Veritas releases go out of print unpredictably fast. If you miss this you'll be sorry. This is a short oratorio in two parts. The plot tells a story of four male pilgrims - two sopranos (sung here by women, originally by castrati) and two altos - who go on a pilgrimage to Jesus's tomb in Jerusalem. Once there, they're taken to the tomb by a guide (bass). The guide expresses the spiritual gist of the story, sort of like a evangelist. The first part of the oratorio is full of anticipation and rejoicing as the pilgrims approach the tomb. This part closes with a wonderful five-part ensemble Lauda (no translation necessary). The second part of the oratorio is a mini-passion as the pilgrims relive Jesus's life and death inside the tomb. The guide's aria D'Aspri Legato (which commemorates Jesus's suffering under the whip of a roman soldier) is especially moving. Wonderful melodies abound. Some of the recitatives are accompagnato and thus are much more engaging than regular secco recitatives. The final five-part ensemble expresses the moral of the story: on earth man is a pilgrim, and he can only find peace when he turns his steps and thoughts to god. (I'm not trying to preach to anyone here: I'm just repeating what's in the libretto). The words "when he turns to god" are given not to the entire chorus but to an SSA trio, for emphasis. I'm not a huge fan of Hasse but this oratorio probably has his most magnificent music. The singers are great. Gerard Lesne is excellent as usual (I don't think I've ever been disappointed by Lesne, he's one of the most reliable singers out there). Michael Chance makes a memorable contribution, even though his character is the only one without an aria. Both sopranos are delightful. Peter Harvey as the guide nearly steals the show, even though he only has one aria (the already mentioned D'Aspri Legato). In this aria, Harvey brings the form of da capo aria to its total triumph: the ornaments are textbook perfect. Don't hesitate: buy! gggimpy@yahoo.com
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more Hasse please! 28 novembre 2004
Par Christian V. Pampinella - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This recording is a real gem, especially since Hasse is so rarely recorded. An excellent performance from all the vocalists, although some may find Gerard Lesne's voice to be an acquired taste. The continuo group realizes their role with great dramatic effectiveness, and Il Seminario Musicale (as usual) sounds superb - Highly recommended.
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The Greatest Century... 9 juillet 2008
Par Gio - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
... the 18th C, of course! The Enlightenment, the Age of Reason, when most of the driving social and political thoughts of modern times were first stated - natural rights, liberty, equality, privacy! When the shackles of aristocracy, theocracy, and the divine right of kings were loosened! When scientific secular humanism began to blow away the smoke and stench of superstition and to declare knowledge a boon rather than a sin! When it was first hinted that squalor and misery were not ordained for the mass of humanity but rather might be mitigated by human effort! The Age of the Democratic Revolution, as Palmer called it, the time of the greatest events in European history, the American and French Revolutions, the birth of modern society. The century that saw brute muscle supplanted by machine power, alchemy transformed into chemistry, feudal authority replaced by the rule of law! The century that began the fearsome tasks of ending slavery and serfdom, and of extending human dignity to women! The greatest century of human progress...

...was also the greatest century of musical genius: Scarlatti, Vivaldi, Telemann, Bach and Bach's sons, Rameau, Handel, Gluck, Haydn, Boccherini, Mozart, and... Johann Adolf Hasse (1699-1783), probably the most successful and widely-known composer of his era, writer of 60 operas and scores of other works, an international superstar at home in Naples, Venice, Vienna, Dresden, and Warsaw. The rediscovery of Hasse has been slow and fitful, given the massive competition for audience attention, but it is growing; if one could buy stocks in composers, I'd say that Hasse might be the hottest start-up on the market.

The oratorio recorded here, "Pilgrims at the Sepulcher of Our Lord," was first performed in Dresden in 1742. The libretto was the last work of Stefano Pallavicini, who died a few days after the premier. Pallavicini was as acclaimed in his lifetime as Hasse, and this libretto was instantly declared his masterpiece. The characters are four pilgrims and a hermit guide, who visit the sacred sites of Jerusalem and meditate in recitativos and arias about their spiritual impact. Judging by the number of surviving editions and manuscripts, this oratorio was among the most frequently performed compositions of the century.

Scored for strings, flutes, oboes and bassoons, with five soloists who also act as chorus, this is a show-piece of galant vocal ornamentation and elegant orchestration, a work which openly equates beauty with sprituality. The influence of Alessandro Scarlatti, Hasse's teacher, is still obvious, but Hass transcends his master in structural variety and dramatic timing. The "lauda" at the end of the first act - a simulation of a a joyful procession into the Holy City - is a brilliant innovation in the oratorio format, with a lacy polyphony of the utmost Germanic compositional rigor yet with Mediterranean simplicity and charm.

This performance by Il Seminario Musicale could not be better. The four pilgrims, sung by two women sopranos and two male altos, are rapturously eloquent in their testimonies of musical devotion. The hermit guide, sung by bass Peter Harvey, delivers his sermon-arias with serenity rather than gloom, and with consummate vocal agility for a bass. Director Gerard Lesne himself sings the role of Teotimo, one of the pilgrims; his aria at the end of the second act (Scaccia l'orrore, le tenebre il lume tuo dal cielo) depicts the light streaming from Heaven, inviting "us" to partake of life, and believe me, that's what it sounds like!

I note that this CD is scarce and costly, but it's well worth the money, one of the loveliest performances you will ever hear.
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Wonderful oratorio 21 juin 2001
Par J. Luis Juarez Echenique - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
If there are 2 great XVIII Century composers who deserve to be far better known, they are Johann Adolf Hasse and Niccoló Jommelli, so it is a great joy that Gérard Lesne decided to revive this extremely beautiful oratorio. The recording is exemplary in every way, if you have never heard Gérard Lesne, let me tell you that I think he is the greatest countertenor alive. His voice may not be as ravishing as Andreas Scholl's (but RAVISHING it is), but I think he is the more interesting and imaginative artist. His work with Il Seminario Musicale has been a source of joy for many years and should be better known in America. Do please try this and any other recording with Gérard Lesne, you will be very sorry if you miss these valuable recordings.
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for less 25 août 2012
Par sumoran - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This disc at qobuz.com is 12.99 euros. Otherwise, the disk is hard to find and costs too much.
Giordano said the rest years ago.
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