Voglio cantar Emöke Baráth
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- Barbara Strozzi (1619 - 1677): Arie, Op. 8 No. 6:
- 1Strozzi: Arie, Op. 8 No. 6: "Che si può fare"09:28
- Diporti di Euterpe, Op. 7 No. 10:
- 2Strozzi: Diporti di Euterpe, Op. 7 No. 10: "Mi fa rider la speranza"03:30
- Diporti di Euterpe, Op. 7 No. 4:
- 3Strozzi: Diporti di Euterpe, Op. 7 No. 4: Lamento (Lagrime mie)08:26
- Biagio Marini (1594 - 1663): Affetti musicali, Op. 1 No. 1:
- 4Marini: Affetti musicali, Op. 1 No. 1: Sinfonia grave La Zorzi03:25
- Pietro Antonio Cesti (1623 - 1669):
- 5Cesti: "Speranza ingannatrice"07:01
- Tarquinio Merula (1595 - 1665): Canzoni overo sonate concertate per chiesa e camera, Book 3, Op. 12:
- 6Merula: Canzoni overo sonate concertate per chiesa e camera, Book 3, Op. 12: XIX. Ballo detto Eccardo02:10
- Barbara Strozzi: Cantate, Ariette e Duetti, Op. 2 No. 17:
- 7Strozzi: Cantate, Ariette e Duetti, Op. 2 No. 17: Il Lamento (Sul Rodano severo)12:48
- Francesco Cavalli (1602 - 1676): Statira, principessa di Persia:
- 8Cavalli: Statira, principessa di Persia: Sinfonia01:17
- Statira, principessa di Persia, Act 1:
- 9Cavalli: Statira, principessa di Persia, Act 1: "Alba, ch'imperli i fiori ... Amor, che mascherasti" (Ermosilla)04:05
- Musiche Sacre: No. 23, Canzon a 3:
- 10Cavalli: Musiche Sacre: No. 23, Canzon a 305:25
- Statira, principessa di Persia, Act 2:
- 11Cavalli: Statira, principessa di Persia, Act 2: "Cresce il foco, avvampa il core" (Floralba)03:01
- 12Cavalli: Statira, principessa di Persia, Act 2: "Vanne intrepido" (Statira)03:43
- Barbara Strozzi: Ariette a voce sola, Op. 6:
- 13Strozzi: Ariette a voce sola, Op. 6: XVI. Amante loquace (Chi brama in amore)02:39
- Biagio Marini: Sonata sopra "Fuggi dolente core", Op. 22 No. 21:
- 14Marini: Sonata sopra "Fuggi dolente core", Op. 22 No. 2103:06
- Barbara Strozzi: Arie, Op. 8 No. 4:
- 15Strozzi: Arie, Op. 8 No. 4: L'Astratto (Voglio, sì vo' cantar)05:27
- 16Strozzi: Arie, Op. 8 No. 4: L'Astratto (Misero, i guai m'han da me stesso astratto)04:22
Info for Voglio cantar
The Venetian singer and composer Barbara Strozzi (1619-1677) was probably the most remarkable, talented, famous and successful woman of her times in the field of music. In 2019 we will celebrate its 400th anniversary with a new program performed by soprano Emöke Baráth under the direction of Francesco Corti, our new principal guest conductor.
The album, Voglio Cantar, will present some of her most beautiful compositions for soprano, some works by her teacher Francesco Cavalli, and a delightful variety of contemporary instrumental pieces, and it will be published by Erato on January 18, 2019.
Barbara Strozzi grew up in a household frequented by illustrious intellectuals. In the year 1637 her father founded an academy exclusively focused on music, the ‚accademia degli unisoni’ – which was not only hosted and presided over by Barbara, but also became her stage to perform her own music. She received her musical education from Francesco Cavalli, who then worked in various important musical positions in Venice and was about to launch his career as an opera composer.
Barbara Strozzi published a significant number of music: 8 volumes of madrigals, arias, ariettas, canzoni – including one volume of sacred music. Most of the compositions are focused on the soprano voice, displaying its pure beauty in lyrical melodies. The only painted (supposed) portrait of Barbara Strozzi shows her as a musician in quite a lascivious pose, presenting the then typical association of female musician and courtesan. Barbara Strozzi died in Padova in the year 1677 under unknown circumstances.
Emöke Baráth, soprano
Il Pomo d'Oro
Francesco Corti, direction
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