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The Rossini Project, Vol. 2: From Naples to Europe

Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana, Markus Poschner, Michela Antenucci, Laura Polverelli, Edgardo Rocha, Mirco Palazzi, Coro della Radiotelevisione Italiana

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Ermione  
1.1
Sinfonia
Gioachino Rossini; Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana; Markus Poschner
7:46
La riconoscenza (Excerpts)  
1.2
Cara sempre al nostro affetto
Gioachino Rossini; Michela Antenucci; Laura Polverelli; Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana; Markus Poschner
10:59
1.3
Al conforto inaspettato
Gioachino Rossini; Michela Antenucci; Laura Polverelli; Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana; Markus Poschner
5:04
1.4
È ardito il tuo pensiero
Gioachino Rossini; Michela Antenucci; Laura Polverelli; Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana; Markus Poschner
4:22
1.5
In giorno sì bello
Gioachino Rossini; Michela Antenucci; Laura Polverelli; Edgardo Rocha; Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana; Markus Poschner
5:10
1.6
Vedi il coro festivo
Gioachino Rossini; Michela Antenucci; Laura Polverelli; Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana; Markus Poschner
1:53
1.7
Gratitudine, cara ai Celesti
Gioachino Rossini; Michela Antenucci; Laura Polverelli; Edgardo Rocha; Mirco Palazzi; Coro della Radiotelevisione Italiana; Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana; Markus Poschner
10:08
1.8
Sui nostri voti, o Nume
Gioachino Rossini; Michela Antenucci; Laura Polverelli; Mirco Palazzi; Edgardo Rocha; Coro della Radiotelevisione Italiana; Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana; Markus Poschner
4:41
Il vero omaggio  
1.9
No. 7, De' gigli nel candor
Gioachino Rossini; Michela Antenucci; Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana; Markus Poschner
3:46
Cantata a quattro voci  
1.10
No. 5, Splenda vivissima d'Imen la face
Gioachino Rossini; Coro della Radiotelevisione Italiana; Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana; Markus Poschner
0:54
Elisabetta, regina d'Inghilterra  
1.11
Sinfonia
Gioachino Rossini; Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana; Markus Poschner
6:57
Total Playing Time    61:40
Gratitude (1821), a pastoral cantata of the Neapolitan period of Rossini, is here available in its world premiere recording. One year after the publication of the first volume dedicated to the Rossini’s youth period (already nominated for the next ICMA), Markus Poschner and l’Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana enter the composer's Pesaro Neapolitan years, to rediscover rare and unpublished works. The score of the Gratitude, composed of seven large numbers, was appreciated for virtuosity (the air of Fileno represents one of the vertices of the difficult Rossinian tenor writing) and for the ability to harmonize exclusively instrumental, choral and solo moments. The Cantata was reworked for numerous other circumstances: the Cantata Il vero homage (1822) and the Cantata with four voices with choirs (1823) are offered two pieces in the first recording. The performers are Edgardo Rocha (in the role of Fileno) tenor, Michela Antenucci (Argene) soprano, Laura Polverelli (Melania) mezzosoprano and Mirco Palazzi (Elpino) bass. The choral parts are entrusted to the Swiss Radio and Television Choir. Opening and closing the album are the Symphonies by Ermione (1819) and by Elizabeth, Queen of England (1815).
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