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Goffredo Petrassi: Coro Di Morti - Noche Oscura - Quattro Inni Sacri - Partita

Giorgio Berrugi, Vasily Ladyuk, Coro Torino Teatro Regio, Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino, Gianandrea Noseda

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Partita for Orchestra  
1
I. Gagliarda. Mosso e energico – Meno mosso – Un po’ animato – Un poco animato – Poco meno – Movendo – Tempo I – Molto mosso – Presto – Deciso
Goffredo Petrassi; Gianandrea Noseda; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino
5:17
2
II. Ciaccona. Molto moderato – Poco più mosso – Mosso – Sostenuto – Largo – Grandioso – Tempo initiale
Goffredo Petrassi; Gianandrea Noseda; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino
8:28
3
III. Giga. Gaio e leggero (non molto mosso) – Poco più mosso – Energico (sempre mosso) – Movendo – Gaio e leggero (ma non molto mosso, come all’inizio)
Goffredo Petrassi; Gianandrea Noseda; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino
4:29
Quattro Inni Sacri (4 Sacred Hymns) (version for tenor, baritone and orchestra)  
4
No. 1. Jesu dulcis memoria. Molto moderato – Lento (solenne)
Goffredo Petrassi; Giorgio Berrugi; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino; Gianandrea Noseda
3:54
5
No. 2. Te lucis ante terminum. Lento – Poco più mosso
Goffredo Petrassi; Giorgio Berrugi; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino; Gianandrea Noseda
2:52
6
No. 3. Lucis creator optime. Solenne, ma non troppo lento – Mosso – Poco meno mosso – Andante – Tempo I – Adagio – Sostenuto
Goffredo Petrassi; Vasily Ladyuk; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino; Gianandrea Noseda
3:51
7
No. 4. Salvete Christi vulnera. Allegro (non troppo) con gaudio – Poco meno – Meno (Andante) – Adagio – Molto lento (recitativo, libero) – Andante – Tempo I. Allegro (non troppo) – Largo
Goffredo Petrassi; Vasily Ladyuk; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino; Gianandrea Noseda
6:24
Noche oscura  
8
Adagio tranquillo, un poco misterioso – Molto sostenuto – Allegretto mosso, sereno – Poco più animato – Adagio – Andante calmo – Molto calmo – Allegro sereno – Allegretto mosso – Calmo – Adagio molto 
Goffredo Petrassi; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino; Gianandrea Noseda; Coro Torino Teatro Regio
19:15
Coro di morti  
9
Andante lento. 'Sola nel mondo eterna' -
Goffredo Petrassi; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino; Gianandrea Noseda; Coro Torino Teatro Regio
4:31
10
Scherzo strumentale. Moderato -
Goffredo Petrassi; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino; Gianandrea Noseda
1:21
11
Andante lento. Vivemmo, e qual di paurosa larva -
Goffredo Petrassi; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino; Gianandrea Noseda; Coro Torino Teatro Regio
2:13
12
Tempo dello scherzo - Sostenuto, ma non troppo -
Goffredo Petrassi; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino; Gianandrea Noseda
1:09
13
Moderatissimo. Che fummo?
Goffredo Petrassi; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino; Gianandrea Noseda; Coro Torino Teatro Regio
5:10
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    68:54
This Petrassi recording from The Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino and conductor Gianandrea Noseda is part of an ongoing series devoted to Italian music. The superb Coro di morti is an extraordinary statements of Petrassi's art, remaining one of his most admired and frequently performed compositions. The Partita is an early work yet one of his most famous and still performed, its explosive brilliance showcasing the composer’s accomplished control of orchestral technique. The orchestra is joined on the Quattro Inni Sacri by internationally famous tenor Giorgio Berrugi and baritone Vasily Ladyuk, a regular guest soloist at the Bolshoi and Novaya Opera Theatres.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Chandos Studio Masters

Recording venue Teatro Regio, Torino, Italy; 15 and 16 May 2014 (Noche oscura) and 20 – 22 September 2013 (other works)
Executive producer: Ralph Couzens
Recording producer: Peter Newble
Sound engineer: Matteo Costa
Recording co-ordinator: Ettore F. Volontieri
Editor: Peter Newble
A & R administrator: Sue Shortridge
Front cover: ‘The Roman Forum illuminated at night’, photograph © Shomos Uddin / Getty Images
Back cover: Photograph of Gianandrea Noseda by Sussie Ahlburg
Design and typesetting: Cap & Anchor Design Co.
Booklet editor: Finn S. Gundersen
Publishers: G. Ricordi & C. Editori, Milan (Partita), Edizioni Suvini Zerboni, Milan (other works)

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