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Agitata infidu flatu

Delphine Galou sings 'Agitata infidu flatu' from Antonio Vivaldi's 'Juditha Triumphans'
www.accademiabizantina.it

 

Short Movie Director: Marco Boarino
Short Movie Associate Directors & Production: Setteventi

Performed by Delphine Galou with Accademia Bizantina
Ottavio Dantone, conductor
with:
Delphine Galou, Alto
Alessandro Tampieri, Andrea Rognoni, Lisa Kawata Ferguson, violins I
Ana Liz Ojeda Hernandez, Paolo Zinzani, Mauro Massa, violins II
Diego Mecca, Alice Bisanti, altos
Mauro Valli, Paolo Ballanti, cellos
Nicola Dal Maso, double basses
Tiziano Bagnati, lute
OTTAVIO DANTONE, harpsichord, organ and conductor

 

Fabio Mercurio, styling
B.B. hair stylist & Makeup

 

Location: Convento di San Francesco, Bagnacavallo (RA), Italy
Art Installation: About Dreams by Collettivo Magma

Thanks to:Daniele, Comune di Bagnacavallo (Ra) - Italy

Recorded by:
ALPHA CLASSICS - Feb, 2017

T.G.I.F.

Vittorio Grigòlo performs O dieu! de quelle ivresse from Jacques Offenbach's: Les Contes d'Hoffmann.

 

"But what pleasure the show has given over the decades, and what a marvellous frame it has provided for a succession of memorable tenors in the title-role from Placido Domingo to Alfredo Kraus and Rolando Villazon. To that line the name of Vittorio Grigòlo can now be added. He acts with terrific fervour as both the drunken wreck of the exordia and the ingenuous patsy of the central episodes, making the conflicted character deeply sympathetic ( ) he tossed off the Kleinzach ballad with witty élan and rose expansively to the ardour of Oh dieu, de quelle ivresse and the duet with Antonia (...) his is a rare vocal talent matched to a star personality." THE TELEGRAPH

 

Jacques Offenbach: Les Contes d'Hoffmann recorded at Royal Opera House London on November 15th, 2016

 

Ô Dieu! de quelle ivresse
Embrases tu mon âme!
Comme un concert divin
Ta voix m'a pénétré!
D'un feu doux et brûlant
Mon être est dévoré;
Tes regards
Dans les miens ont épanché leur flamme,
Comme des astres radieux
Et je sens, ô ma bienaimée,
Passer ton haleine embaumée
Sur mes lèvres et sur mes yeux.

Addio, mio caro bene

G.F. Händel (1685 - 1759)
Duetto Arcane & Clizia: "Addio, mio caro bene" from opera "Teseo" HWV 9

 

Mezzo-soprano - Natalia Kwałek
Countertenor - Jakub Józef Orliński
Conductor / 1st violin - Stefan Plewniak
Ensemble - Il Giardino d'Amore

 

Addio, mio caro bene
Addio, dolce mia vita
Io parto
Or vanne
Addio
Parto ma parto in pene che teco resta ognor questo mio cor.
Breve sia la partita poi farò pago allor il tuo desio.
Addio, etc.

Mais logo na Gulbenkian

Countertenor Franco Fagioli sings Scherza infida in grembo al drudo, an aria from the opera 'Ariodante' (HWV 33) composed by G. F.Handel. Premiered 8 Jan.1735 at Covent Garden. The role of Ariodante, a vassal prince, was originally sung by the mezzosoprano castrato Giovanni Carestini.

 

Scherza infida in grembo al drudo
Io tradito a morte in braccio
Per tua colpa ora men vo.
Ma a spezzar l'indegno laccio,
Ombra mesta, e spirto ignudo,
Per tua pena io tornero.

Non Invecchia Mai

Teatro La Fenice - stagione 2016/ 2017

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Madamina, il catalogo è questo (Don Giovanni)

 

Leporello - Omar Montanari
Donna Elvira - Carmela Remigio

Orchestra del Teatro La Fenice
Maestro concertatore e Direttore - Stefano Montanari

Regia - Damiano Michieletto
Scene - Paolo Fantin
Costumi - Carla Teti
Light designer - Fabio Barettin

 

Questo il link per vederlo integrale: https://goo.gl/xBzNE7

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