2019 release. Renowned for portraying the music of the Baroque, Cecilia Bartoli presents her recording of arias famously performed by legendary castrato Farinelli. Exploring the complex gender roles of the world of baroque opera, and highlighting the phenomenon of the castrati, Farinelli features works by Farinelli's brother, Riccardo Broschi, and his mentor, Nicola Porpora, as well as Hasse, Caldara, and Giacomelli; including two world premiere recordings from Porpora's Polifemo and Broschi's La Merope.
2019 release. Renowned for portraying the music of the Baroque, Cecilia Bartoli presents her recording of arias famously performed by legendary castrato Farinelli. Exploring the complex gender roles of the world of baroque opera, and highlighting the phenomenon of the castrati, Farinelli features works by Farinelli's brother, Riccardo Broschi, and his mentor, Nicola Porpora, as well as Hasse, Caldara, and Giacomelli; including two world premiere recordings from Porpora's Polifemo and Broschi's La Merope.
028948502141

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Format: CD
Label: DECCA
Rel. Date: 01/10/2020
UPC: 028948502141

One God One Farinelli
Artist: Bartoli / Armonico / Antonini
Format: CD
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1. Nell' Attendere Mio Bene
2. Vaghi Amori, Grazie Amate
3. Morte Col Fiero Aspetto (Ed. Wiesend)
4. Lontan Dal Solo E Caro... Lusingato Dalla Speme
5. Chi Non Sente Al Mio Dolore
6. Come Nave in Ria Tempesta
7. Mancare O Dio Mi Sento
8. Si, Traditor Tu Sei
9. Questi Al Cor Finora Ignoti 1
10. Signor, la Tua Speranza... a Dio Trono, Impero a Dio (Ed. Wiesend) 1
11. Alto Giove

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2019 release. Renowned for portraying the music of the Baroque, Cecilia Bartoli presents her recording of arias famously performed by legendary castrato Farinelli. Exploring the complex gender roles of the world of baroque opera, and highlighting the phenomenon of the castrati, Farinelli features works by Farinelli's brother, Riccardo Broschi, and his mentor, Nicola Porpora, as well as Hasse, Caldara, and Giacomelli; including two world premiere recordings from Porpora's Polifemo and Broschi's La Merope.