Posts Tagged ‘Le Cercle de l’Harmonie’

CD 1 – Les femmes. 69′

CD 2 – Les hommes. 77′

  • 1. Antonio Vivaldi, Giustino: Vedro con mio diletto (Anastasio).
    Philippe Jaroussky/Ensemble Matheus /Jean-Christophe Spinosi
  • 5. Hasse, La clémence de Titus: Se mai senti (Sextus).
    Philippe Jaroussky/Emmanuelle Haïm/Le Concert d`Astrée
  • 10. J. C. Bach, Ebben si vadaLo ti lascio [aria koncertowa].
    Philippe Jaroussky/Le Cercle De L’Harmonie /Jérémie Rhorer

DVD Bonus. 33′

  • 4. J. C. Bach, Adriano In Siria: Cara, la dolce fiamma – Philippe Jaroussky
    Cercle de l’Harmonie, Julien Chauvin, violin solo, Jérémie Rhorer
    First performed by the castrato Giovanni Manzoli

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For this compilation P & C 2010 EMI Records Ltd./Virgin Classics
Virgin Classics 50999 627590 2 1


  • The World of the Castrati. The Voice of Angels
     The World of the CastratiThe World of the Castrati (2)Virgin Classics 50999 648791 2 3

    Album w katalogu


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Philippe Jaroussky
Le Cercle de l’Harmonie
dyryguje Jérémie Rhorer
C, P EMI Records/Virgin Classics, 2009
Virgin Classics 5099969456404

[Premiera w Polsce 7 grudnia 2009 r.]

Na płycie:
1. Aria Pugna il guerrier. (La Clemenza di Scipione)
2. Cavatina Perche tarda è mai la morte. (Artaserse)
3-4. Recitativo Sentimi, non partir & rondo Al mio bene. (aria koncertowa)
5. Aria La legge accetto. (Orfeo ed Euridice)
6. Aria Cara, la dolce flamma. (Adriano in Siria)
7. Aria Tutti nemici. (Adriano in Siria)
8-9. Recytatyw Perfida cartismandua & aria Fra l’orror. (Carattaco)
10-11. Recytatyw No, che non ha la sorte & aria Vo solcando un mar crudele. (Artaserse)
12-13. Allegro Ebben si vada & rondo lo ti lascio. (aria koncertowa)
14. Aria Chio parta. (Temistocle)

Czas: 63′ 08″

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  • De luxe edition: digipack, booklet 96 s.

Virgin Classics 5099968572600


[…] This selection of arias by the French counter-tenor is, therefore, an act of excavation and advocacy, both conducted with immaculate serenity. The songs he chooses were written for castrati to perform in operas drawn from Greek and Latin literature, stuffed with artificial pathos and pastiche. Jaroussky’s trick is to sing them with an early-romantic flourish that redeems the music from the risk of stultification. The longest aria, 13 minutes from Adrianno in Siria (1765), displays Bach’s ability to command full attention on a static stage setting. There is a marvellous song from Orpheus and Euridice – who knew there was a Bach Orfeo? – and four ravishing concert arias. Jérémie Rhorer conducts Le Cercle de l’Harmonie with twinkling assurance in one of the year’s late hits.
Norman Lebrecht – 18 XI 2009

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