Perez, Davide

Perez: Mattutino de’ Morti

Invernizzi, Roberta;
Vitale, Salvo;
Coro e Orchestra Ghislieri;
Prandi, Giulio
nr katalogowy
A 906
Davide Perez, born in Naples in 1711, has a personal history that strictly entwines with Portugal: thanks to his internationally achieved reputation – he was  already renowed in Europe for his successful opere serie -, in 1752 he was invited by King Josè I to become maestro di cappella and he also made him Cavalier of the Order of Christ.  His Mattutino de’ Morti is a true masterpiece, placed at the very heart of the project devoted to the rediscovery of the 17th century Italian sacred repertoire by the Centro di Musica Antica della Fondazione Ghislieri.

Composed and performed for the first time in 1770, it was associated to the pilgrimage to Nossa Senhora do Cabo - a sanctuary constructed in 1701 at Cabo Espichel, on the site of an apparition of the Virgin Mary, facing the Atlantic Ocean. The use of an Office of the Dead at the end of a pilgrimage was a way to honor the dead pilgrims dating back to the Middle Ages that was revived under the request of the Portuguese monarchy. The Mattutino was adopted by the Brotherhood of S. Cecily in Lisbon next to Jommelli's and Mozart’s Requiems and performed during the annual ceremonies to honor the deceased musicians up until the end of the XIX century.

The piece, written for five soloists, choir and orchestra, makes a fine use of the stile concertato, distributing the liturgical text in contrasting movements. The perfect rhetorical expression is conveyed through some elaborate and intimate vocal sections, in which the influence of opera tradition, alternating with choral sections of astonishing power, is clear.
Muzyka klasyczna
data wydania
EAN / kod kreskowy
Perez: Mattutino de’ Morti

(Produkt nie został jeszcze oceniony)

cena 42,00


Produkt dostepny w niewielkiej ilości.

Wysyłka w ciągu 3 dni roboczych

Darmowa wysyłka dla zamówień powyżej 300 zł!

Darmowy kurier dla zamówień powyżej 500 zł!

sprawdź koszty wysyłki

Produktu jeszcze nie zrecenzowano, chcesz być pierwszy?

Klienci, którzy kupili ten produkt, kupili również

Bloch, Ernest

Bloch: Music for Viola and Piano

DE 3498

Purcell, Henry

Purcell: The Fairy Queen

HMG 501308.09

Rochberg, George

ROCHBERG: Symphony no. 5


Rubenson, Albert

Rubenson: Songs for voice and piano

CDA 1839

Reinecke, Carl

Reinecke: Die wilden Schwaene op. 164

CPO 777 940-2

Wright, Christopher, Barton, Nicholas

Wright: Orchestral Music; Barton: Accord: Symphony in One Movement

TOCC 0466

różni kompozytorzy

Continuo, Addio!


różni kompozytorzy

Love Duets - Sonya Yoncheva & Vittorio Grigolo at Arena di Verona


Tierra Caliente: Musique Populaire Mexicaine

IRIS 3001833

Turner, John

Turner: Christmas Card Carols

DDA 25161

Debussy, Claude

Debussy: Nocturnes

HLL 7552

różni kompozytorzy

Music for Accordion


Giordani, Giuseppe

Giordani: Sacred Works

TC 750702

Wagner, Richard

Wagner / Kaufmann, Thielemann

DVD 715004

Monteverdi, Claudio

Monteverdi: L'Incoronazione di Poppea

BAC 004

Pozostałe płyty tego wykonawcy

Handel, George Frideric

Roberta Invernizzi: Handel in Italy - arie z kantat włoskich

GCD P10002

różni kompozytorzy

Ghirlanda Sacra, Early 17th century music in Naples

GCD C80019

Legrenzi, Giovanni

Legrenzi: La morte del cor penitente

CDX 79504

Campra, André

Campra: Gli strali d’amore

GCD 921512

Melani, Alessandro

Melani: L’Empio Punito

GCD 923522

Gossec, François-Joseph

GOSSEC: Grande Messe des Morts


Ferrandini, Giavanni Battista

Ferrandini: Al santo sepolcro

FB 1401231

różni kompozytorzy

I Viaggi di Faustina - Porpora, Vinci, Mancini, Sarro, Bononcini: Arie i utwory instrumentalne

GCD 922606

Paisiello, Giovanni

Paisiello: La Passione di Gesu Cristo

CPO 777257

Handel, George Frideric

Handel: Apollo e Dafne, Le Cantate Italiane di Handel VII

GCD 921527

Handel, George Frideric

Handel: Aci, Galatea e Polifemo

GCD 921515

Vivaldi, Antonio

Vivaldi: Opera Arias

GCD 922901

Scarlatti, Alessandro

Scarlatti: Cantatas & Recorder Concertos


Handel, George Frideric

Handel: Silla

GCD 923408

różni kompozytorzy

La bella piu bella - Songs from early baroque Italy

GCD 922902