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Title: The Italian oratorio, 1650-1800 ; v. 18. General Note: Italian words; includes synopses in English. General Note: Librettos of both works by Pietro Metastasio; the 1st work based on Book of Judith in the Apocrypha. General Note: The 1st work reproduced from ms. in the British Library, London (Add. 16029). On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Betulia liberata ; and, La passione di nostro signore Giesù Cristo, Nicolò Jommelli ; introduction by Howard E. Smither.
La Passione di Gesù Cristo is the title of a libretto by Metastasio which was repeatedly set as an azione sacra or oratorio by many composers of the late baroque, Rococo and early classical period. The libretto was written by the imperial poet in Rome on the instruction of Charles VI, Holy Roman Emperor
Oratorio a: 3: Voci con Stromenti. La Colpa, Il Pentimento, La Grazia Del SigR Caure Alessandro Scarlatti Per la Passione di Nostro Signore. La Colpa, Il Pentimento, la Grazia. WorldCat; VIAF: 174610203; LCCN: n94063310; GND: 7819608-5; BNE: XX3394011. php?title Oratorio per la Passione di Nostro Signore Gesù Cristo (Scarlatti, Alessandro)&oldid 2624195.
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During his career he also spent time writing works for opera houses in Paris, Rome, and Venice, and his dramatic works were widely performed throughout Europe during his lifetime. As the Austrian imperial Kapellmeister from 1788 to 1824, he was responsible for music at the court chapel and attached school. Court composer Antonio Caldara's original setting of La passione di Gesù Cristo signor nostro was performed in at the holy sepulchre in the Hofburgkapelle, the court chapel in Vienna, for Holy Week on 3 April 1730. The oratorio marks a departure from the settings of actual Gospel passion narratives such as the Latin Passio Secundum Ioannem of Alessandro Scarlatti to a more theatrical style.
Court composer Antonio Caldara's original setting of La passione di Gesù Cristo signor nostro was performed in at the holy sepulchre in the Hofburgkapelle, the court chapel in Vienna, for Holy Week on 3 April 1730.
Philippe Jaroussky La Faute Valer Sabadus La Grâce Sonia Prina Le Repentir. Les Folies Françoises. Prolific musician Alessandro Scarlatti is known first and foremost as the composer of some 80 operas (and is considered to be the founder of Neapolitan school of opera), but he also composed circa forty oratorios, approximately one hundred motets, more than 800 cantatas (including a handful on religious subjects) and instrumental pieces. Production Théâtre des Champs-Elysées Concert in Italian with French subtitles. Lire le programme de salle.