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BORTNYANSKY,D.: Italian Album [Pratum Integrum Orchestra] (SACD)

SKLADEM

 

Dostupnost: SKLADEM v eshopu
Číslo produktu: CM0042003
Vydavatel: Caro Mitis
Format / Balení: 1SACD
EAN kód: 4607062130063
Naše cena bez DPH: 330 Kč (13 EUR)
Naše cena s DPH (21 %):
399 Kč (16 EUR)

do košíku:
   

Popis produktu

Vydavatel: Caro Mitis
Dmitry Bortnyansky (1751-1825)
THE ITALIAN ALBUM
PRATUM INTEGRUM ORCHESTRA



"Sinfonia" from "Il Quinto Fabio" opera (1778) in C major






1
 
Allegro comodo
[6:50]






2
 
Rondo. Andantino
[3:14]
 


3
 
Presto
[1:44]
 


 
 
Pratum Integrum Orchestra
 
 






 






4
 
Aria "Cara deh torna in pace" from "Il Quinto Fabio" opera for soprano and orchestra
[5:33]






 
 
G. Knysh, Pratum Integrum Orchestra
[3:47]
 


 
 
World Premiere Recording
[5:40]
 






 






5
 
Canzonetta "Ecco quell fiero istante" for soprano and string quintet
[4:45]






 
 
G. Knysh, S. Filchenko, V. Pessin, Ju. Vdovitchenko, M. Spiridonova, P. Serbin
 
 


 
 
World Premiere Recording
 
 






 






6
 
Aria "Vas orner le sein de Themire" (1778) for soprano and strings
[2:05]






 
 
G. Knysh, Pratum Integrum Orchestra
 
 


 
 
World Premiere Recording
 
 






 






7
 
Fuga (Studio) "Amen" for four-part choir and strings
[1:34]






 
 
The soloists of The Russian Patriarchate Choir, the soloists of The Moscow Boys Capella, Pratum Integrum Orchestra
 
 


 
 
World Premiere Recording
 
 






 


Motet "In convertendo dominus" (1777) for soprano, alto, basso and strings






8
 
In convertendo
[2:10]






 
 
G. Knysh, E. Pozhidaeva, A. Vassiliev, S. Filchenko, D. Sinkovsky, Ju. Vdovitchenko, P. Serbin, Ja. Kovaliov, O. Martynova
 
 


 
 
World Premiere Recording
 
 


 
 
 
 
 


9
 
[Aria] Converte Domine
[3:41]
 


 
 
E. Pozhidaeva, S. Filchenko, D. Sinkovsky, Ju. Vdovitchenko, P. Serbin, Ja. Kovaliov, O. Martynova
 
 


 
 
 
 
 


10
 
[Aria] Qui Semi
[2:34]
 


 
 
G. Knysh, S. Filchenko, D. Sinkovsky, Ju. Vdovitchenko, P. Serbin, Ja. Kovaliov, O. Martynova
 
 


 
 
 
 
 


11
 
Gloria Patri
[1:34]
 


 
 

G. Knysh, E. Pozhidaeva, A. Vassiliev, S. Filchenko, D. Sinkovsky, Ju. Vdovitchenko, P. Serbin, Ja. Kovaliov, O. Martynova

 
 


 
 
World Premiere Recording
 
 






 


Motet "Ave Maria" (1775, Napoli) for soprano, alto and orchestra






12
 
Ave Maria
[3:33]






 
 
G. Knysh, E. Pozhidaeva, Pratum Integrum Orchestra
 
 


 
 
 
 
 


13
 
[Aria] Benedicta
[2:40]
 


 
 
G. Knysh, Pratum Integrum Orchestra
 
 


 
 
 
 
 


14
 
Sancta Maria
[1:55]
 


 
 
G. Knysh, E. Pozhidaeva, Pratum Integrum Orchestra
 
 


 
 
World Premiere Recording
 
 






 






15
 
Motet "Salve Regina" (1776) for soprano and orchestra
[5:33]






 
 
G. Knysh, Pratum Integrum Orchestra
 
 


 
 
World Premiere Recording
 
 






 






16
 
Motet "Montes valles resonate" (1778) for soprano, alto, chorus and orchestra
[4:48]






 
 
G. Knysh, E. Pozhidaeva, the soloists of The Russian Patriarchate Choir, the soloists of The Moscow Boys Capella, Pratum Integrum Orchestra
 
 


 
 
World Premiere Recording










PRATUM INTEGRUM ORCHESTRA
Sergei Filchenko violin (1 - 16)
"In Memory of Great Stainer", A. Rabinovich, St. Petersburg, Russia, 1996 / after
J. Stainer,Austria, mid. 1600s
Dmitry Sinkovsky violin (1-4, 6-16)
J. Schweizer, Germany, 1810
Marina Katarzhnova violin (1-4, 6-7, 12-16)
L. Kerchenko, Moscow, Russia, 1996 / after A. Stradivari, Italy, 1707
Ekaterina Krasutskaya violin (4)
anonym, France, early 1800s
Natalia Kossareva violin (1-4, 6-7, 12-16)
anonym, Germany, 1791
Vlad Pessin violin (4-5)
A. Rabinovich, St. Petersburg, Russia, 2001 / after J. Stainer, Austria, mid. 1600
Nikolai Dolzhnikov violin (1-3, 6-7, 12-16)
A. Danielo, Venezia, Italy, 1704
Dmitry Lepekhov violin (1-3, 6-7, 12-16)
anonym, XVIII century
Juri Vdovitchenko viola (1 - 16)
anonym, Tirol, 1792
Margarita Spiridonova viola (1-7, 12-16)
anonym, Italy, early 1800s
Jaroslav Kovaliov
cello (1-4, 12-14, 16)
I. Frolov, Moscow, Russia, 1950
double-bass piccolo (6-11, 15)
anonym, Germany, XIX century
Pavel Serbin cello (1 - 16)
F. Pillement, Mirecourt, France, 1795 / restored by A. Meyer, Metz, France
Miroslav Maksimyuk double-bass piccolo (1-4, 12-14, 16)
anonym, Germany, XIX century
Andrei Piskunov oboe (1, 3, 15, 16)
G. Wolf, Cronah, Germany/ after J.F. Grundmann, 1788
Philipp Nodel oboe (1, 3, 15, 16)
M & F Ponseele , Damme , Belgium / after J.F. Grundmann, ca. 1775
Ekaterina Driazzhina flute (2, 4, 16)
R. Tutz, Innsbruk, Austria / after H. Grenser, Germany, 1765
Olga Ivusheikova flute (4)
R. Tutz, Innsbruk, Austria / after H. Grenser, Germany, 1765
Andrei Ikov trumpet (3, 16)
A. Egger, Basel, Switzerland, 2002 / after J.L. Ehe II, Nuremberg, 1746
Vladimir Kern trumpet (3, 16)
A. Egger, Basel, Switzerland, 2002 / after J.L. Ehe II, Nuremberg, 1746
Helen MacDougall natural horn (4)
Ferdinand Kron, Mainz, Germany, 1820
Alexander Andrusik natural horn (1, 3, 4, 12, 16)
Patterson Hornworks, USA, 2002 / after A. Cortois, France, 1841
Alexei Raiev natural horn (1, 3, 12, 16)
Patterson Hornwork, USA, 2002 / after A. Cortois, France, 1841
Konstantin Semenov kettledrum (16)
Russia, early 1900-s
Olga Martynova harpsichord (1-4, 6, 8-16)
Cembalobau Merzdorf, Germany, 1997 / after J. Ruckers, Antwerpen, 1640
Anatoliy Grindenko conducting (7, 16)
Soloists:
Pavel Serbin - Artistic Director
Sergei Filchenko - Principal Violin, Concertmaster
Galina Knysh - soprano
Elena Pozhidaeva - alto
Anton Vassiliev - bariton
The soloists of The Russian Patriarchate Choir (Director A. Grindenko)
The soloists of The Moscow Boys Capella (Choirmaster and Conductor Leonid Baklushin)