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St. Petersburg

Cecilia Bartoli, I Barocchisti, Diego Fasolis

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La forza dell’amore e dell’odio  
1
"Vado a morir"
Francesco Araia; Cecilia Bartoli; I Barocchisti; Diego Fasolis
7:18
Altsesta  
2
"Razverzi pyos gortani, laya"
Hermann Raupach; Cecilia Bartoli; I Barocchisti; Diego Fasolis
6:56
3
"Idu na smert"
Hermann Raupach; Cecilia Bartoli; I Barocchisti; Diego Fasolis
12:38
Siroe, re di Persia  
4
"O placido il mare"
Hermann Raupach; Cecilia Bartoli; I Barocchisti; Diego Fasolis
6:29
Prologue To "La Clemenza di Tito"  
5
“De miei Figli”
Domenico Dall'Oglio; Luiggi Madonis; Cecilia Bartoli; I Barocchisti; Diego Fasolis
4:31
Carlo Magno  
6
"Fra' lacci tu mi credi"
Vincenzo Manfredini; Cecilia Bartoli; I Barocchisti; Diego Fasolis
6:53
Seleuco  
7
"Pastor che a notte ombrosa"
Francesco Araia; Cecilia Bartoli; I Barocchisti; Diego Fasolis
10:15
Altsesta  
8
March
Hermann Raupach; I Barocchisti; Diego Fasolis
2:20
Carlo Magno  
9
"Non turbar que’ vagi rai"
Vincenzo Manfredini; Cecilia Bartoli; I Barocchisti; Diego Fasolis
9:13
La vergine del sole  
10
"Agitata in tante pene"
Domenico Cimarosa; Cecilia Bartoli; I Barocchisti; Diego Fasolis
8:10
Carlo Magno  
11
"A noi vivi donna eccelsa"
Vincenzo Manfredini; Cecilia Bartoli; Coro della Radiotelevisione Svizzera; I Barocchisti; Diego Fasolis
3:14
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    77:57
Grammy nomination - Best Classical Solo Vocal Album, 2015

"... the works on this recording represent the core of an extraordinarily rich collection
..."
- ClassicalSource.com

Cecilia Bartoli presents St. Petersburg, a majestic album of world premiere recordings, hidden treasures of the Mariinsky! For the very first time, the acclaimed mezzo-soprano explores the Baroque musical treasures of Tsarist Russia with music from the court of three 18th century Tsaristas: Anna, Elizabeth and Catherine the Great. 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. Intricately researched by Bartoli herself, she uncovers music lost for over 200 years. This album reunites Bartoli with Baroque specialists Diego Fasolis and I Barrochisti.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM - Decca Music Group Studio Masters

Recording producer: Arend Prohmann
Balance engineer: Philip Siney
Recording engineer (tracks 8 & 11): Ulrich Ruscher
Assistant engineers: Lara Persia, Marco Strigl, Gabriele Kamm, Perry Tièche
Recording coordination for Decca: Dominic Fyfe
For RSI: Christian Gilardi (Managing Director), Valentina Bensi (Executive Producer)
Recording facilities: RSI Radiotelevisione svizzera di lingua italiana
Recording dates: December 2013, February and April 2014
Recording location: Auditorio Stelio Molo (RSI Radiotelevisione svizzera di lingua italiana), Switzerland

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