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  1. Kazira

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    Oct 13,  · [two arias from Manfredini's] "Carlo Magno" reveal even more of Bartoli's versatility. The heavy, tragic phrases of the minor-key "Fra' lacci tu mi credi" suddenly shift to angry triplet roulades, while "Non turbar que' vagi rai" finds her cultivating a delicate timbre to match the easy figuration and sweet high notes of the solo flute.
  2. Gashicage

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    Carlo Magno – ‘Non turbar que' vaghi rai' Domenico Cimarosa (): La vergine del sole – 'Agitata in tante pene' Vincenzo Manfredini: Carlo Magno – ‘A noi vivi, donna eccelsa' HIDDEN TREASURES FROM ST PETERSBURG Cecilia Bartoli heads north to Russia to celebrate the artistic achievements of three great empresses.
  3. Megis

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    St. Petersburg, an album by Cecilia Bartoli, I Barocchisti, Diego Fasolis on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  4. Kigalar

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    Jan 01,  · Resta poi mirabile nella Bartoli la capacità di modulare peso e colore della voce, dote che le permette di essere credibile nella tessitura più grave di “Fra’ lacci tuoi mi credi”, l’aria di Desiderio dal Carlo Magno di Manfredini, come nelle colorature di “Non turbar que’ vaghi rai”, aria di Carlo /5(91).
  5. Mikashakar

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    With music written by Italian and German composers working for the Russian court, this Grammy nominated album sheds new light on an incredible and momentous time for Russia, shaping its politics and culture towards the enlightened West. Mostly sung in Italian, the recording also offers the first opportunity to hear Bartoli sing in Russian.
  6. Fenrigal

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    Check out St. Petersburg by Cecilia Bartoli & I Barocchisti & Diego Fasolis on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on vermotideslyanatacharvajibepa.xyzinfo
  7. Tutaxe

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    St Petersburg lives up to all the expectations one might have for a new Cecilia Bartoli solo album. It is a perfect showcase for the countless qualities of this fantastic and unique artist, and a world of hidden baroque discoveries from the Mariinsky Archive in St Petersburg, each track a world premiere recording.4/5.
  8. Kazrazuru

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    For the later part of her career, Italian mezzo-soprano Cecilia Bartoli has apparently settled on a campaign of major conceptual releases covering all-but-unknown repertory, and St. Petersburg fits right in. It's a collection of arias from operas written in the second half of the 18th century for the Russian imperial court, which had imported the best Italian and German composers money could buy.9/

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