Guillermo Turina, Eugenia Boix & Tomoko Matsuoka – Giacomo Facco Master of Kings (2018) [Hi-Res].rar

Guillermo Turina, Eugenia Boix & Tomoko Matsuoka – Giacomo Facco Master of Kings (2018) [Hi-Res].rar

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信息属性
  • 艺术家
  • Guillermo Turina
  • 发行年份
  • 2018
  • 音乐类型
  • Classical,Vocal
  • 音质
  • flac lossless
  • 歌曲时长
  • 01:11:52
  • 文件大小
  • 331mb
详情介绍

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01. Cantata “Clori pur Troppo Bella” I. Recitativo
02. Cantata “Clori pur Troppo Bella” II. Aria
03. Cantata “Clori pur Troppo Bella” III. Recitativo
04. Cantata “Clori pur Troppo Bella” IV. Aria 2
05. Cantata “Clori pur Troppo Bella” V. Recitativo
06. Cantata “Clori pur Troppo Bella” VI. Aria, Largo
07. Sinfonia di Violoncello a Solo in C Minor I. Largo
08. Sinfonia di Violoncello a Solo in C Minor II. Presto
09. Sinfonia di Violoncello a Solo in C Minor III. Grave
10. Sinfonia di Violoncello a Solo in C Minor IV. Allegro
11. Cantata “Perche vedi chi’o t’amo” I. Recitativo
12. Cantata “Perche vedi chi’o t’amo” II. Aria
13. Cantata “Perche vedi chi’o t’amo” III. Recitativo
14. Cantata “Perche vedi chi’o t’amo” IV. Aria-Allegro a violoncello obbligato
15. Sinfonia di Violoncello a Solo in D Major I. Grave
16. Sinfonia di Violoncello a Solo in D Major II. Allegro
17. Sinfonia di Violoncello a Solo in D Major III. Adagio assai
18. Sinfonia di Violoncello a Solo in D Major IV. Presto
19. Cantata “Amada Libertad, Enhorabuena” I. Recitativo
20. Cantata “Amada Libertad, Enhorabuena” II. Aria-Largo/Vivo/Largo/Largo
21. Cantata “Amada Libertad, Enhorabuena” III. Recitativo
22. Cantata “Amada Libertad, Enhorabuena” IV. Aria
23. Sinfonia di Viloncello a Solo in G Minor I. Largo
24. Sinfonia di Viloncello a Solo in G Minor II. Allegro
25. Sinfonia di Viloncello a Solo in G Minor III. Grave
26. Sinfonia di Viloncello a Solo in G Minor IV. Presto
27. Cantata “Cuando en el Oriente” I. Recitativo
28. Cantata “Cuando en el Oriente” II. Aria-Largo
29. Cantata “Cuando en el Oriente” III. Recitativo
30. Cantata “Cuando en el Oriente” IV. Aria

The title Giacomo Facco Master of Kings is translated literally from Uberto Zanolli’s Giacomo Facco Maestro de reyes, the first major biography on this musician and composer.

Giacomo Facco was born on 1676 in the Most Serene Republic of Venice, in the small village of Marsango. The first documentary records of his work are in a series of cantatas, dated 1702, kept in Naples. It is there he may have started working for Antonio Spínola. The Spínola family was part of the high Spanish nobility and Antonio, during the War of the Spanish Succession, was appointed Viceroy of Sicily, where he lived until 1713. Facco also moved there with the marquis’ court, and had a period of intense activity, during which he premiered several operas and oratorios, as well as some cantatas.

Spínola and Facco however would not stay in Sicily for long. With the signing of the Treaty of Utrecht, Spain handed over the Viceroyalty of Sicily to de Duke of Savoy. Therefore, Spínola and all his entourage headed for Spain to rebuild their lives, starting a new chapter in the history of Europe. Facco also headed for Spain and was hired by the court in Madrid as master to the Infante Luis, Prince of Asturias, and as a violinist in the Chapel Royal. During his first years there, his reputation as a composer led him to write what many consider the first Italian opera with a libretto in Spanish, Amor es todo Invención, premiered in the Coliseo del Buen Retiro in 1721. Facco stayed in Madrid working for the court of the royal family until his last days, on 1753.

The music selected on the CD Giacomo Facco Master of Kings is a journey through his cantatas and his cello music, exemplifying two stages of the composer’s life; works from the years he worked in Italy and works from the time he spent in Spain. After the success achieved with their first recording with COBRA records, Guillermo Turina, Eugenia Boix and Tomoko Matsuoka are back with this CD of Giacomo Facco’s works. The world premier recording of a monographic chamber music repertory by an Italian composer who is probably one of the most important and influent composers of the Spanish Baroque era.

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