Stabat Mater - Italian Sacred Music from the 18th Century Abchordis Ensemble

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Album-Release:
2016

HRA-Release:
18.02.2016

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  • Gennaro Manna (1715-1779)
  • 1Pelli meae (Aria)03:24
  • 2Quare persequimini me?01:34
  • 3Scio enim (Aria)02:28
  • 4Quem visurus (Aria)02:34
  • 5Reposita est (Aria)02:20
  • Aniello Santangelo
  • 6I. Allegro03:35
  • 7II. Andante02:10
  • 8III. Presto03:04
  • Giacomo Sellitto (1701-1763)
  • 9I. Stabat Mater (Largo)04:09
  • 10II. Cuius animam (Grave)03:53
  • 11III. O quam tristis (Un poco largo)02:32
  • 12IV. Quae morebat (Largo)02:16
  • 13V. Quis est homo? (Largo)01:57
  • 14VI. Quis non posset?04:19
  • 15VII. Pia Mater02:35
  • 16VIII. Tui nati (Un poco andante)02:45
  • 17IX. Fac me vere (Un poco largo)02:34
  • 18X. Virgo virginum (Comodo)02:49
  • 19XI. Fac ut portem02:21
  • 20XII. Inflammatus (Andante)02:13
  • 21XIII. Quando corpus (Largo)02:47
  • 22XIV. Amen01:46
  • Total Runtime01:00:05

Info for Stabat Mater - Italian Sacred Music from the 18th Century

Unbekannte italienische Sakral- und Instrumentalmusik des 18. Jahrhunderts aus Neapel: Das Abchordis Ensemble interpretiert von Gennaro Manna (1715-1779) die Lectio VIII Defunctorum (für Soprano, zwei Violinen und Basso continuo), von Aniello Santangelo (18. Jahrhundert) die Sinfonie in F (für zwei Violinen, Viola und Basso continuo) und das Stabat Mater (für vier Stimmen, mit Geigen, Violetta und Basso Continuo) von Giacomo Sellitto (1701-1763). Eine ebenso melodiöse wie virtuose Musik, zum Teil reizvoll chromatisch aufgeladen. Musikalische Beispiele für die unglaubliche kulturelle Vielfalt im Neapel des 18. Jahrhunderts. Das Abchordis Ensemble wurde 2011 von zehn Musikern verschiedener Nationalitäten mit dem Ziel gegründet, unveröffentlichte oder wenig aufgeführte Werke wiederzuentdecken und dem heutigen Publikum nahezubringen. Das Vokal- und Instrumentalmusik- Ensemble hat sich vor allem der kirchlichen Musik im Italien des 17. und 18. Jahrhunderts verschrieben.

Abchordis Ensemble



Abchordis Ensemble
has performed in many prestigious festivals including Ambronay Festival, “Les Riches Heures de Valère” Festival (Sion, Switzerland), “Pavia Barocca” (Italy), “Urbino Musica Antica” (Italy), “Mars en Baroque” (Marseille, France), “AnimaMea” (Italy), “Internationale Händel-Festspiele” (Göttingen, Germany). They were invited to participate in the REMA Showcase 2013 (Réseau Européen de la Musique Ancienne), winning the public vote, and they were also winners of the Göttingen Händel Competition 2015.

Abchordis was founded in 2011 by ten talented musicians and friends seeking the same passionate, vibrant, exciting and authentic interpretation of music performed on period instruments and “historically informed”. These four singers and six instrumentalists started a scrupulous activity of research, with the goal of rediscovering unpublished or less performed scores of the Italian 17th and 18th Century. With their first project “Virgo Singularis”, the group was awarded a “Jeune Ensemble en Résidence” at the Cultural Centre of Ambronay (France) and “Ensemble en Residence” at the Ghislieri College of Pavia (Italy). Abchordis is again “Ensemble en Résidence” in Ambronay Festival 2015 and Pavia Barocca 2015.

Abchordis Ensemble conquered its public with its innovative programs and touching performances thus accomplishing the task of its latin name: “from the strings” …of our instruments, our voices and our hearts!

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