Lulier - Cantate e sonate - Francesca Boncompagni, Accademia Ottoboni, Marco Ceccato - 2018 (FLAC, 24BIT – 96KHZ)

Lulier – Cantate e sonate – Francesca Boncompagni, Accademia Ottoboni, Marco Ceccato – 2018 (FLAC, 24BIT – 96KHZ)

Composer: Giovanni Lorenzo Lulier
Performer: Francesca Boncompagni – soprano, Marco Ceccato – cello
Orchestra: Accademia Ottoboni
Conductor: Marco Ceccato
Audio CD
Number of Discs: 1 CD
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Bit Depth: 24bit / 96kHz
Number of channels: 2.0
Label: Alpha
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Giovanni Lorenzo Lulier – Cantate e sonate

Amor, di che tu vuoi

01. I. Recitativo “Amor, di che tu vuoi ch’ora io favelli”
02. II. Aria “I begli occhi del mio bene”
03. III. Recitativo “Non vi stupite amanti”
04. IV. Aria “Quelle luci son due stelle”
05. V. Recitativo “Occhi leggiadri e belli”
06. VI. Aria “Mirate le mie piaghe”

Sonata in D Major

07. I. Adagio
08. II. Andante
09. III. Adagio
10. IV. Presto

Ferma alato pensier

11. I. Arioso “Ferma alato pensier, ferma il tuo volo”
12. II. Aria “Si ribella dall’alma il pensiero”
13. III. Recitativo “Vanne dunque o pensier”
14. IV. Aria “Il bel che splende”
15. V. Recitativo “Vanne dunque o pensier”
16. VI. Aria “Tirsi se vuoi il cor moi”
17. VII. Recitativo “Ama chi t’ama, Tirsi”
18. VIII. Aria “È troppo ingiusta brama”

Sonata in F Major

19. I. Allegro
20. II. Adagio
21. III. Aria

Là dove a pafo in seno

22. I. Recitativo “Là dove a pafo in seno”
23. II. Aria “Oh, madre cara”
24. III. Recitativo “In così fatti accenti”
25. IV. Aria “Se un minuto animaletto”

La Didone

26. I. Recitativo “Già dell’empio tiranno”
27. II. Aria “Perché cada ormai sconftto”
28. II. Aria “Cruda cagion del mio schernito affetto”
29. II. Aria “Fuggi, Che s’ai miei lutti”
30. II. Aria “M’abbandona l’infido e voi che fate”
31. II. Aria “Mentre io resto ed ei dispare”
32. III. Recitativo “Verso se stessa rea”

In Rome between the late seventeenth century and the early eighteenth, academies and ‘conversazioni’ (artistic gatherings) organised by aristocrats and cardinals attracted the leading writers and musicians. The names of Arcangelo Corelli, Alessandro Scarlatti and the young G. F. Handel stand out among many others. Giovanni Lorenzo Lulier (Rome, c.1660-1700), a cellist and composer known as ‘Giovanni del Violone’, participated in this intensive musical activity. […] When he entered the entourage of Cardinal Pietro Ottoboni, in 1690, Lulier already had a decade of compositional activity behind him in the genres of oratorio, opera and above all the chamber cantata. Originally consisting of a succession of strophic arias, the cantata gradually established itself as a poetic and musical genre characterised by alternating recitatives and arias. […] As is well known, the conversazioni of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries also included the performance of instrumental music.

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