Album Info

Album Veröffentlichung:
2011

HRA-Veröffentlichung:
23.11.2018

Label: Ambronay Éditions

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Choral

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  • Antonio Vivaldi (1678 - 1741): Deus in adjutorium:
  • 1Deus in adjutorium: I. Deus in adjutorium00:08
  • 2Deus in adjutorium: II. Domine ad adjuvandum02:15
  • 3Deus in adjutorium: III. Gloria03:21
  • 4Deus in adjutorium: IV. Sicut erat in principio02:15
  • 5Deus in adjutorium: V. Sancti tui Domine00:41
  • Dixit Dominus in D Major (Psaume 109), RV 807:
  • 6Dixit Dominus in D Major (Psaume 109), RV 807: I. Dixit Dominus01:36
  • 7Dixit Dominus in D Major (Psaume 109), RV 807: II. Donec ponam02:40
  • 8Dixit Dominus in D Major (Psaume 109), RV 807: III. Virgam virtutis02:19
  • 9Dixit Dominus in D Major (Psaume 109), RV 807: IV. Tecum principium01:40
  • 10Dixit Dominus in D Major (Psaume 109), RV 807: V. Juravit Dominus01:34
  • 11Dixit Dominus in D Major (Psaume 109), RV 807: VI. Dominus a dextris tuis01:48
  • 12Dixit Dominus in D Major (Psaume 109), RV 807: VII. Judicabit in nationibus01:39
  • 13Dixit Dominus in D Major (Psaume 109), RV 807: VIII. Implebit ruinas00:53
  • 14Dixit Dominus in D Major (Psaume 109), RV 807: IX. De torrente03:03
  • 15Dixit Dominus in D Major (Psaume 109), RV 807: X. Gloria01:54
  • 16Dixit Dominus in D Major (Psaume 109), RV 807: XI. Sicut erat in principio03:06
  • 17Dixit Dominus in D Major (Psaume 109), RV 807: XII. In caelestibus regnis00:31
  • Confitebor tibi Domine (Psaume 110), RV 596:
  • 18Confitebor tibi Domine (Psaume 110), RV 596: I. Confitebor tibi Domine02:34
  • 19Confitebor tibi Domine (Psaume 110), RV 596: II. Memoriam fecit02:51
  • 20Confitebor tibi Domine (Psaume 110), RV 596: III. Sanctum et terribile02:11
  • 21Confitebor tibi Domine (Psaume 110), RV 596: IV. Intellectus bonus01:43
  • 22Confitebor tibi Domine (Psaume 110), RV 596: V. Gloria01:17
  • 23Confitebor tibi Domine (Psaume 110), RV 596: VI. Et in saecula saeculorum01:05
  • 24Confitebor tibi Domine (Psaume 110), RV 596: VII. In velamento clamabant00:31
  • Beatus Vir in C Major (Psaume 111), RV 795:
  • 25Beatus Vir in C Major (Psaume 111), RV 795: I. Beatus vir02:25
  • 26Beatus Vir in C Major (Psaume 111), RV 795: II. Gloria et divitiae01:56
  • 27Beatus Vir in C Major (Psaume 111), RV 795: III. Exortum est03:25
  • 28Beatus Vir in C Major (Psaume 111), RV 795: IV. Jucundus homo02:34
  • 29Beatus Vir in C Major (Psaume 111), RV 795: V. In memoria aeterna04:37
  • 30Beatus Vir in C Major (Psaume 111), RV 795: VI. Paratum cor ejus sperare02:34
  • 31Beatus Vir in C Major (Psaume 111), RV 795: VII. Dispersit02:47
  • 32Beatus Vir in C Major (Psaume 111), RV 795: VIII. Peccator videbit03:23
  • 33Beatus Vir in C Major (Psaume 111), RV 795: IX. Gloria02:33
  • Spiritus et animae:
  • 34Spiritus et animae00:32
  • Laudate pueri Domine (Psaume 112), RV 600:
  • 35Laudate pueri Domine (Psaume 112), RV 600: I. Laudate pueri Dominum01:55
  • 36Laudate pueri Domine (Psaume 112), RV 600: II. Sit nomen Domini02:50
  • 37Laudate pueri Domine (Psaume 112), RV 600: III. A solis ortu01:48
  • 38Laudate pueri Domine (Psaume 112), RV 600: IV. Excelsus super02:44
  • 39Laudate pueri Domine (Psaume 112), RV 600: V. Quis sicut Dominus02:14
  • 40Laudate pueri Domine (Psaume 112), RV 600: VI. Suscitans a terra01:27
  • 41Laudate pueri Domine (Psaume 112), RV 600: VII. Ut collocet01:48
  • 42Laudate pueri Domine (Psaume 112), RV 600: VIII. Gloria03:17
  • 43Laudate pueri Domine (Psaume 112), RV 600: IX. Laudate pueri Dominum01:32
  • 44Laudate pueri Domine (Psaume 112), RV 600: X. Amen01:45
  • 45Laudate pueri Domine (Psaume 112), RV 600: XI. Fulgebunt justi00:26
  • Lauda Jerusalem (Psaume 147), RV 609:
  • 46Lauda Jerusalem (Psaume 147), RV 60906:13
  • Lux perpetua:
  • 47Lux perpetua00:49
  • Magnificat in G Minor (Cantique), RV 610:
  • 48Magnificat in G Minor (Cantique), RV 610: I. Magnificat anima mea Dominum (Adagio)01:13
  • 49Magnificat in G Minor (Cantique), RV 610: II. Et exsultavit01:52
  • 50Magnificat in G Minor (Cantique), RV 610: III. Et misericordia03:40
  • 51Magnificat in G Minor (Cantique), RV 610: IV. Fecit potentiam00:25
  • 52Magnificat in G Minor (Cantique), RV 610: V. Deposuit potentes00:50
  • 53Magnificat in G Minor (Cantique), RV 610: VI. Esurientes01:20
  • 54Magnificat in G Minor (Cantique), RV 610: VII. Suscepit Israel00:56
  • 55Magnificat in G Minor (Cantique), RV 610: VIII. Sicut locutus01:35
  • 56Magnificat in G Minor (Cantique), RV 610: IX. Gloria02:18
  • Oremus:
  • 57Oremus00:56
  • Laetatus sum (Psaume 121), RV 607 (Aetatussum):
  • 58Laetatus sum (Psaume 121), RV 607 (Aetatussum)03:12
  • Total Runtime01:57:26

Info zu Vivaldi: Vespro a San Marco

Auf ihrer jüngsten CD „Vespro A San Marco“ haben sich der Kammerchor Namur und das Ensemble Les Agrémens der Vivaldischen Psalmvertonungen angenommen. Unter der Leitung des argentinischen Dirigenten Leonardo Garcia Alarcón wurden unter anderem die Psalmen 110, 111 und 109 eingespielt.

"Leonardo Garcia Alarcòn und seine Musiker zelebrieren auf dieser Platte einen fiktiven Gottesdienst, bestehend aus verschiedenen liturgischen Werken, Psalmvertonungen, Einzelsätzen. So oder so ähnlich hätte Vivaldi selbst eine solche Vesper im Dom von San Marco abhalten können. Eine Konzertaufzeichnung, die uns einen lebendigen Eindruck vom einstigen kirchlichen Leben vermittelt. Musik mit großer spiritueller Kraft und opernhafter Dramatik. Eine CD, die zeigt, dass der so oft als größter Langweiler der Musikgeschichte zu Unrecht verspottete „Rote Priester“ bis heute immer noch für eine Überraschung gut ist." (Wilfried Bestehorn, Deutschland Kultur)

Chœur de Chambre de Namur
Les Agrémens
Leonardo García Alarcón, Dirigent




Chœur de chambre de Namur
Since its creation in 1987, the Namur Chamber Choir has been dedicated to defending the musical heritage of its region of origin (concerts and recordings devoted to Lassus, Rogier, Hayne, Du Mont, Fiocco, Gossec, Grétry ...). by approaching great works of the choral repertoire (Haendel's oratorios, masses, motets and passions of Bach, Requiem of Mozart and Fauré, ...).

Guest of the most famous festivals in Europe, the Namur Chamber Choir works under the direction of prestigious conductors such as Marc Minkowski, Jean-Claude Malgoire, Sigiswald Kuijken, Guy Van Waas, Federico Maria Sardelli, Ottavio Dantone, Philippe Pierlot, Philippe Herreweghe, Peter Phillips, Jordi Savall, Christophe Rousset, Eduardo Lopez Banzo, Andreas Scholl, etc.

The Choir has made numerous recordings, notably at Ricercar, greatly appreciated by the critics (nominations for Victoires de la Musique Classique, Choc of Classica, Diapason d'Or, Joker of Crescendo, 4F of Télérama, Editor's Choice of Gramophone, the Prix Caecilia of the Belgian press ...). The Chamber Choir of Namur has also been awarded the Grand Prix of the Académie Charles Cros in 2003, the Prix de l'Académie Française in 2006, the Octave de la Musique in 2007 and in 2012 in the categories "Classical Music"and" show of the year ".

In 2010, the artistic direction of the Namur Chamber Choir was entrusted to the young Argentinian chef Leonardo García Alarcón. This new collaboration was immediately successful, both in concert and on record (Haendel's Judas Maccabaeus, Vivaldi's Vespro a San Marco, Il Diluvio Universale and Nabucco of Falvetti, Giorgi's Motets and Mass, Secular Cantatas by JS Bach, Requiem of Mozart, Vespro della Beata Vergine of Monteverdi, Mass & Motets of Lassus, ...).

In 2016, the Namur Chamber Choir participated in its first stage production at the Paris Opera (Eliogabalo of Cavalli). In 2017, he appeared on Purcell's Dido and Aeneas at the Opéra Royal de Wallonie in Liège, under the direction of Guy Van Waas.

2017-2018 is the 30th anniversary season of the Choir. The Orfeo of Monteverdi, in 2017, was the first stage of this anniversary, throughout Europe and South America. In 2018, the productions of the Grands Motets of Lully, the Passio del Venerdi Santo of Veneziano, Jacques Arcadelt's mass and motets and Haendel's oratorio Samson will be the other highlights, marked by as many TV and video recordings. CD recordings, all directed by Leonardo García Alarcón.

The repertoire of the choir is very broad, since it extends from the Middle Ages to contemporary music.

The Namur Chamber Choir is supported by the Wallonia-Brussels Federation (music and dance department), the National Lottery, the City and the Province of Namur. It is also supported by the Autonomous Port of Namur.

Leonardo García Alarcón
After studying the piano in Argentina, Leonardo García Alarcón moved to Europe in 1997 for advanced studies at the Conservatoire de Musique de Genève in the harpsichord class of Christiane Jaccottet. He was a member of Ensemble Elyma, and became Gabriel Garrido’s assistant before founding his own ensemble, Cappella Mediterranea, in 2005. From 2010 to 2013, he was in residence at the Centre Culturel de Rencontre d’Ambronay, where he is now an associate artist.

In 2010, he was appointed artistic director and principal conductor of the Choeur de Chambre de Namur. In 2015, he founded the Millenium Orchestra. He is also a professor of harpsichord conducting and Baroque vocal interpretation at the Conservatoire de Musique de Genève.

His discography—with Cappella Mediterranea, the Namur Chamber Choir, and Millenium Orchestra—has received widespread critical acclaim.

As a conductor and harpsichordist, he is invited to perform at festivals and concert halls the world over, including the opera houses of Montpellier, Lyon, Nantes, Rennes, and Lille; Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires; Concertgebouw in Amsterdam; Opéra de Monte-Carlo; Théâtre des Champs-Élysées in Paris; Wigmore Hall in London; and Teatro Massimo in Palermo. He has conducted the Gulbenkian Orchestra in Lisbon, Orchestre de Chambre de Paris, and Freiburger Barockorchester, among others.

Since its first modern performance under his direction in 2011, Falvetti’s Il diluvio universale has been heard all over Europe, with concerts scheduled in 2016 and 2017 at the Vienna Konzerthaus and venues in Versailles and Geneva.

Following the success of Cavalli’s Elena at the Festival d’Aix-en-Provence in 2013, Leonardo García Alarcón also has been invited to appear at international opera houses, including the Teatro de la Zarzuela in Madrid, Opéra national de Paris, and Dutch National Opera and Ballet in Amsterdam.

In 2017, he will conduct three of Cavalli’s operas: Giasone in Geneva, Erismena in Aix-en-Provence, and Eliogabalo in Amsterdam. He also will lead Monteverdi’s Orfeo in Europe this spring, before taking it on tour to South America next fall.



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