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Vivaldi - Motets (Laudate pueri · In furore · In turbato mare irato · O qui coeli) / Ciofi · Europa Galante · Biondi Compilation

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  • CD (1 janvier 1970)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Compilation
  • Label: Parlophone
  • ASIN : B0002ZBSMW
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Disque : 1

  1. Alleluia o qui coeli terraeque serenitas
  2. Rosa quae moritur o qui coeli terraeque serenitas
  3. Fac ut sordescat o qui coeli terraeque serenitas
  4. O qui coeli o qui coeli terraeque serenitas rv631
  5. Alleluia allegro in turbato mare irato rv627
  6. Resplende bella divina stella in turbato mare irat
  7. In turbato mare irato motet for soprano 2 violin
  8. In turbato mare irato motet for soprano 2 violin
  9. Alleluia in furore rv626
  10. Tunc mesus fletris in furore rv626
  11. Miserationem pater piissime in furore rv626
  12. In furore in fuore rv626
  13. Amen laudate pueri dominum rv600
  14. Laudate pueri dominum 2 laudate pueri dominum
  15. Gloria patri et filio laudate pueri dominum rv600
  16. Ut collocet eum laudate pueri dominum rv600
  17. Suscitans a terra inopem laudate pueri dominum
  18. Qui sicut dominus deus laudate pueri dominum
  19. Excelsus super omnes laudate pueri dominum rv600
  20. A solis ortu usque ad occasum laudate pueri dominu
  21. Laudate pueri dominum laudate pueri dominum rv600
  22. Sit nomen domini laudate pueri dominum rv600

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BIONDI FABIO / EUROPA GALANTE

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Oui! vraiment magnifique et enthousiasmant! Ah ce diable de Biondi! avec ce son qui le distingue, rugeux, tranché et violent. La soprano est d'une justesse superbe. Une des meilleure rélisation de Biondi avec L'estro armonico. Mon motet préféré : In furore, bien sûr, un air guerrier qui m'a fait penser à certains airs de Haendel, la voix y est vraiment prenante et on est captivé par la moindre de ses inflexions.
Naturellement, ces motets n'ont pas grand chose à voir avec la musique religieuse, ils font songer à d'autres airs d'opéra de Vivaldi.
Je recommande vivement ce disque à tous les amateurs de la musique de Vivaldi et de musique baroque.
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émotions - douceur - a écouter - réécouter -
Vilvaldi est un grand. A découvrir absolument.
Bon cadeau de noël
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Wonderful Vivaldi sacred works by Biondi and Ciofi. 17 décembre 2013
Par Abert - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This 2004 published album by Fabio Biondi and Italian soprano Patricia Ciofi includes the 1717 Vivaldi composition of the psalm Laudate pueri Dominum (Ps. 112/113), one of the three settings the composer for this psalm.
It was written during Vivaldi’s ‘acting’ post of maestro di coro in Pio Ospedale della Pieta of Venice, upon the sudden departure of Francesco Gasparini. Rv 600 is akin to the setting for the psalm Nisi Dominus, which has two versions by Vivaldi, the famous one being for alto solo and strings and continuo. Soprano Patricia Ciofi copes well with the work’s highly florid demands. The fugal ‘Amen’ is, again like the one in ‘Nisi Dominus’, a vocal concerto.
The motets in this album Rv 626, 627 and 631 are part of the 12 motets ‘resurrected’ in about 1930 in Piedmont that represent less than a quarter of their original number.
Rv 626, ‘In furore isutissimae irae’, was probably written when Vivaldi was in Rome in the mid-1720’s. The first aria expressing the rightful anger of God has Ciofi singing in the most atmospheric fashion. Ciofi succeeds better in the recitative seeking mercy, expressed by the use of suspiratio figures. The Europa Galante under Biondi is very effective especially in the strong dynamic accents in this number. While there may be other more vocally capable renditions of this motet, Ciofi’s intonation is impeccable and fully stylish alert.

Rv 627, ‘In turbato mare irato’ is another highly dramatic piece but the musical character is almost a direct contrast with that of Rv 626. The more plaintive tone of the work suits better Ciofi’s timbre. She is able to sink into the deep ‘pathos’ of the vocal lines in a tone that is better than when soaring into the highest register. The long larghetto aria is particularly effective, Ciofi interacting particularly well with the small orchestra under Biondi.
Rv 631, ‘O qui coeli terraeque serenitas’ the last of the three motets included in this album, is the most joyous and lyrical piece of motet in this group of three chosen for this album. Nonetheless, it is no less dramatic in its declamatory style. Ciofi is rightly dramatic in the short recitative.
Together with Rv600’s ‘Amen’, the three ‘Allelujas’ in the motets represent the most florid and virtuosic of baroque vocal music, and this album is a good showcase of these pieces, if you do not care for the lyrics.
While Patricia Ciofi could not be said to have owned the most beautiful soprano voice for this genre of music, her absolutely secure deliverance in a group of devilishly virtuosic works, perfect intonation and wonderfully authentic musical style more than made things up. Coupled with the utterly impeccable direction of Fabio Biondi, and this is a highly compelling album of Vivaldi’s sacred vocal works.
Not to be missed.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Ciofi and company impressive on this great music 1 mai 2013
Par M. Ramos - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
These sacred motets by Vivaldi present energetic and virtuosic vocal display with liturgical texts that are anything but sedate. The motets combine rapid movements with sections of introspection, with a final alleluia or amen that serves as a recapitulation of ideas presented all over the liturgical piece. On this recording we could not find better advocates of this music than Patrizia Ciofi, Fabio Biondi and Europa Galante. Ciofi's coloratura soprano, technically assured and with a warm middle register, dispatches all the almost unhuman melismas and long legato lines with total ease (and she embelishes with economy and taste). The soprano is also willing to express the drama present on these texts and is never just conentrated on presenting a pretty vocal display. Fabio Biondi and Europa Galante bring support to Ciofi and remain in involved partnership with the soloist during the whole recital. Highly recommended for all music lovers, specially the ones who know Vivaldi mainly as an instrumental composer.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent Vivaldi 11 mai 2013
Par Sid Nuncius - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I think this is a cracking disc and well up to the terrific standard of Biondi's other Vivaldi recordings. I think that Vivaldi's sacred music is where his real greatness shines through and Biondi has chosen four of Vivaldi's finest motets here, making a lovely programme.

Patrizia Ciofi's gives a very good performance. She uses some vibrato, but it's by no means excessive, and her lovely, rich voice is backed up by pretty solid technique. Biondi and Europa Galante give their usual spirited, flexible performance with real zing in the livelier passages and a very affecting engagement and intensity where appropriate and I find the overall effect of this disc very engaging and involving.

I think this belongs with the other excellent Europa Galante recordings of Vivaldi and for me it's a warmly recommendable disc.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Another Vivaldi Triumph for Biondi With Ciofi His Muse 29 mars 2005
Par Ed Uyeshima - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is yet another perfectly sublime recording of Vivaldi's religious music for vocals and strings from violinist Fabio Biondi and his ensemble Europa Galante, a worthy successor to their wonderful 2002 recording of Vivaldi's "Stabat Mater/Nisi Dominus/Longe Mala" featuring the extraordinary countertenor David Daniels. This time Biondi has landed the considerable talents of soprano Patrizia Ciofi, whose energetic coloratura was most recently heard on the stylish "Handel Operatic Duets (Amor e gelosia)" disc with mezzo-soprano Joyce Di Donato and the splendid René Jacobs-produced recording of Mozart's "La Nozze di Figaro". It's worth noting that Daniels, Ciofi, Biondi and Europa Galante are teamed up on the upcoming recording of Vivaldi's "Bajazet".

Even though this disc is subtitled "Motets", technically the first piece, "Laudate pueri Dominum," is not a motet but an extended psalm, and even more surprising is the fact that it is a lively, challenging 23-minute work consisting of ten diverse movements, all of which Ciofi tackles with great skill. Her fiery bravura is especially evident in the opening allegro and returns toward the end in a repeat of the same movement. This provides an effective contrast to her appropriately mournful tone on "Excelsus super omnes," where she is accompanied by a somber obbligato trombone, and the beautiful legato she displays on "Gloria Patri et Filio". Ciofi shows powerfully expressed fury on both "In furore giustissimae irae" and "In turbato mare irato", the opening arias of the second and third motets, without sacrificing the inherent warmth of her voice. In contrast, she sounds joyful with great abandon on the opening aria of the last motet, "O qui coeli terraeque serenitas". The largos, "Tunc meus fletus" from "In furore..." and "Rosa quae moritur" from "O qui coeli..." both contain a melting quality that is at once inspirational and passionate, The larghetto "Resplende, bella" from "In turbato..." is arguably the disc's high point, a sensitive performance that shows off Ciofi's amazing breath control and dramatic acumen. This is lovely, hypnotic work, almost too beautiful for the deeply religious lyrics performed, with stellar performances all around.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 With music like this, going to church in the 1700's rocked! 28 novembre 2006
Par Dennis Figueroa - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Just as I think that Vivaldi has reached an insuperable level of inspiration with an aria or concerto, and nothing else can beat it or he can't exceed it, I am proven wrong. Case in point is the larghetto aria "Resplende bella". This aria actually sounds like a requiem, very solemn, emotional on the brink of death and mourning, masterly executed by Ciofi, and with the perfect vocal affections to drench and sadden the heart. If anything, the aria should be renamed "Mortis Horrores" after its leading mantra and most dramatic point reminiscent of a ritual procession. At some point, the music defies the baroque and sounds like nothing written almost three hundred years ago. Ciofi is phenomenal. Biondi complements her perfectly with the right punctuation and texture. It seems that everything or anything he plays can't be rivaled. Though I got this CD for "In Furore Giustissimae Irae", was much more pleasantly surprised by the rest of musical repertoire. Ciofi commands the strength and deliverance in the very sweeping vocal runs of the Alleluias, and the allegros from "In turbato mare irato" and " In Furore Giustissimae Irae". In the latter, Ciofi astounds with her ability to carry the same orchestral rhythm at full coloratura and note continuity. Wow! Even the recitativos are not to be missed or skipped. They really belong and find their musical right to be.
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