℗ 2013 Chandos
Released 2013
Duration 1h 05m 33s
Record Label Chandos
Catalogue No. CHAN10750
Genre Classical (Choral - Sacred)
 

Goffredo Petrassi: Magnificat (premiere recording) - Salmo IX°

Sabina Cvilak, Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino, Coro Teatro Regio Torino, Gianandrea Noseda

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Magnificat  
1.1
‘Magnificat: anima mea Dominum’. Allegro – Stesso tempo – Andante – Tempo I –
Goffredo Petrassi; Sabina Cvilak; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino; Coro Teatro Regio Torino; Gianandrea Noseda
3:40
1.2
‘Et exultavit spiritus meus’. Sostenuto – Più mosso –
Goffredo Petrassi; Sabina Cvilak; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino; Coro Teatro Regio Torino; Gianandrea Noseda
1:36
1.3
‘in Deo salutari meo’. Moderato – Molto lento –
Goffredo Petrassi; Sabina Cvilak; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino; Coro Teatro Regio Torino; Gianandrea Noseda
3:40
1.4
‘Quia respexit humilitatem ancillae suae’. Moderato –
Goffredo Petrassi; Sabina Cvilak; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino; Coro Teatro Regio Torino; Gianandrea Noseda
3:06
1.5
‘Quia fecit mihi magna’. Mosso con energia – Molto sostenuto, grandioso
Goffredo Petrassi; Sabina Cvilak; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino; Coro Teatro Regio Torino; Gianandrea Noseda
1:04
1.6
‘et sanctum nomen ejus’. Andantino – Adagio –
Goffredo Petrassi; Sabina Cvilak; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino; Coro Teatro Regio Torino; Gianandrea Noseda
3:20
1.7
‘Et misericordia ejus’. Andante mosso –
Goffredo Petrassi; Sabina Cvilak; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino; Coro Teatro Regio Torino; Gianandrea Noseda
1:39
1.8
‘Fecit potentiam in brachio suo’. [Andante mosso] – Ancora più mosso – Vivo –
Goffredo Petrassi; Sabina Cvilak; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino; Coro Teatro Regio Torino; Gianandrea Noseda
2:18
1.9
‘Deposuit potentes de sede’. Moderato –
Goffredo Petrassi; Sabina Cvilak; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino; Coro Teatro Regio Torino; Gianandrea Noseda
1:23
1.10
‘Esurientes inplevit bonis’. Andantino (non troppo) – Lento – Adagio –
Goffredo Petrassi; Sabina Cvilak; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino; Coro Teatro Regio Torino; Gianandrea Noseda
2:31
1.11
‘Suscepit Israel puerum suum’. Andante sostenuto –
Goffredo Petrassi; Sabina Cvilak; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino; Coro Teatro Regio Torino; Gianandrea Noseda
2:13
1.12
‘Sicut locutus est ad patres nostros’. Allegro sostenuto –
Goffredo Petrassi; Sabina Cvilak; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino; Coro Teatro Regio Torino; Gianandrea Noseda
1:46
1.13
‘Gloria Patri, et Filio’. Presto
Goffredo Petrassi; Sabina Cvilak; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino; Coro Teatro Regio Torino; Gianandrea Noseda
2:30
Salmo IX°, Part I  
1.14
‘Confitebor tibi Domine’. Mosso –
Goffredo Petrassi; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino; Coro Teatro Regio Torino; Gianandrea Noseda
2:31
1.15
‘Quoniam fecisti judicium meum’. Adagio –
Goffredo Petrassi; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino; Coro Teatro Regio Torino; Gianandrea Noseda
2:48
1.16
‘Increpasti gentes’. Allegro (non troppo) –
Goffredo Petrassi; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino; Coro Teatro Regio Torino; Gianandrea Noseda
1:21
1.17
‘Inimici defecerunt frameae in fine’. Un poco più sostenuto –
Goffredo Petrassi; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino; Coro Teatro Regio Torino; Gianandrea Noseda
2:15
1.18
‘et civitates eorum dextruxisti’. Stesso tempo – Più mosso – Più mosso –
Goffredo Petrassi; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino; Coro Teatro Regio Torino; Gianandrea Noseda
1:22
1.19
‘Et Dominus in aeternum permanet’. Adagio (Corale) –
Goffredo Petrassi; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino; Coro Teatro Regio Torino; Gianandrea Noseda
2:02
1.20
‘Et factus est Dominus refugium pauperi’. Adagio (non troppo) –
Goffredo Petrassi; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino; Coro Teatro Regio Torino; Gianandrea Noseda
3:37
1.21
‘Et sperent in te’. Più mosso – Più lento – Adagio
Goffredo Petrassi; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino; Coro Teatro Regio Torino; Gianandrea Noseda
4:54
Salmo IX°, Part II  
1.22
‘Psallite Domino qui habitat in Sion’. Adagio – Poco più mosso – Adagio –
Goffredo Petrassi; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino; Coro Teatro Regio Torino; Gianandrea Noseda
2:22
1.23
‘vide humilitatem meam de inimici mei’. Stesso tempo –
Goffredo Petrassi; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino; Coro Teatro Regio Torino; Gianandrea Noseda
2:29
1.24
‘exultabo in salutari tuo’. Allegro – Poco meno –
Goffredo Petrassi; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino; Coro Teatro Regio Torino; Gianandrea Noseda
1:54
1.25
‘Cognoscetur Dominus judicia faciens’. Mosso –
Goffredo Petrassi; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino; Coro Teatro Regio Torino; Gianandrea Noseda
0:53
1.26
‘Convertantur peccatores in infernum’. Accelerando molto –
Goffredo Petrassi; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino; Coro Teatro Regio Torino; Gianandrea Noseda
0:45
1.27
‘Quoniam non in finem oblivio’. Adagio –
Goffredo Petrassi; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino; Coro Teatro Regio Torino; Gianandrea Noseda
2:17
1.28
‘Exurge, Domine’. Mosso – Largo – Mosso – Largo – Mosso – Largo –
Goffredo Petrassi; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino; Coro Teatro Regio Torino; Gianandrea Noseda
0:44
1.29
‘Constitue, Domine, legislatorem super eos’. Adagio
Goffredo Petrassi; Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino; Coro Teatro Regio Torino; Gianandrea Noseda
2:33
Digital Booklet
"... the performances are committed and persuasive ... excellent sound makes this a thoroughly recommendable release ..." - Gramophone "Five Stars ... (Sabina Cvilak) sounds sweet, warm and electrifying when required ... Noseda directs his Turin forces with authority and understanding of these powerful works ..." - BBC Music Magazine "... what Chandos has done here should be an object lesson to every label thinking of pulling the forgotten or unfamiliar out of mothballs. The playing and singing are strong, the soloist is fine and everything comes together securely under Maestro Noseda’s baton. The engineers mix the ingredients together into powerful, room-filling sound ... Petrassi gets nothing but the best and so do we.” - American Record Guide This recording forms part of an ongoing Italian series fronted by conductor Gianandrea Noseda, who leads his Italian forces on these choral works by Italian composer Goffredo Petrassi, a relatively late bloomer who developed into one of Italy’s most significant composers of the mid to late 20th century. His music, inspired by Stravinsky and Hindemith, is dynamic and colourful, as demonstrated on this programme which includes the Psalm IX and the premiere recording of a Magnificat for orchestra, chorus and soprano, sung here by Sabina Cvilak.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Chandos Studio Masters

Recording venue: Teatro Regio, Torino, Italy; 5 – 7 July 2012 Executive producer: Ralph Couzens Recording producer: Rachel Smith Sound engineer: Rainer Maillard Equipment: Emil Berliner Studios Assistant engineer: Philip Krause Recording co-ordinator: Ettore F. Volontieri Editor: Rachel Smith A & R administrator: Sue Shortridge Front cover: ‘Interior view of statue in Saint Peter’s Basillica’, photograph © Grant Faint / Getty Images Back cover: Photograph of Gianandrea Noseda by Sussie Ahlburg Design and typesetting: Cassidy Rayne Creative Booklet editor: Finn S. Gundersen Publishers: G. Ricordi & C. Editori, Milan
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-3.87
-17.34 to 0.00
-25.78
-37.22 to -17.82
12
10 to 15
1
‘Magnificat: anima mea Dominum’. Allegro – Stesso tempo – Andante – Tempo I –
-1.36-25.5313
2
‘Et exultavit spiritus meus’. Sostenuto – Più mosso –
-1.55-22.0313
3
‘in Deo salutari meo’. Moderato – Molto lento –
-3.01-30.5415
4
‘Quia respexit humilitatem ancillae suae’. Moderato –
-13.32-33.4312
5
‘Quia fecit mihi magna’. Mosso con energia – Molto sostenuto, grandioso
-0.96-18.8412
6
‘et sanctum nomen ejus’. Andantino – Adagio –
-1.69-32.1311
7
‘Et misericordia ejus’. Andante mosso –
-11.08-31.8110
8
‘Fecit potentiam in brachio suo’. [Andante mosso] – Ancora più mosso – Vivo –
0.00-21.0412
9
‘Deposuit potentes de sede’. Moderato –
-9.41-34.1713
10
‘Esurientes inplevit bonis’. Andantino (non troppo) – Lento – Adagio –
-0.92-28.2712
11
‘Suscepit Israel puerum suum’. Andante sostenuto –
-12.22-35.1111
12
‘Sicut locutus est ad patres nostros’. Allegro sostenuto –
-1.57-24.0713
13
‘Gloria Patri, et Filio’. Presto
-2.78-25.9414
14
‘Confitebor tibi Domine’. Mosso –
-0.20-20.5413
15
‘Quoniam fecisti judicium meum’. Adagio –
-0.77-22.0912
16
‘Increpasti gentes’. Allegro (non troppo) –
-2.69-25.5413
17
‘Inimici defecerunt frameae in fine’. Un poco più sostenuto –
-1.30-22.6512
18
‘et civitates eorum dextruxisti’. Stesso tempo – Più mosso – Più mosso –
-0.20-18.1912
19
‘Et Dominus in aeternum permanet’. Adagio (Corale) –
-2.46-19.9911
20
‘Et factus est Dominus refugium pauperi’. Adagio (non troppo) –
-17.34-37.2212
21
‘Et sperent in te’. Più mosso – Più lento – Adagio
-1.97-24.8413
22
‘Psallite Domino qui habitat in Sion’. Adagio – Poco più mosso – Adagio –
-0.20-20.9812
23
‘vide humilitatem meam de inimici mei’. Stesso tempo –
-10.24-32.8713
24
‘exultabo in salutari tuo’. Allegro – Poco meno –
-0.55-22.0713
25
‘Cognoscetur Dominus judicia faciens’. Mosso –
-2.88-22.2912
26
‘Convertantur peccatores in infernum’. Accelerando molto –
-1.32-25.1312
27
‘Quoniam non in finem oblivio’. Adagio –
-7.20-30.6313
28
‘Exurge, Domine’. Mosso – Largo – Mosso – Largo – Mosso – Largo –
-1.09-17.8211
29
‘Constitue, Domine, legislatorem super eos’. Adagio
-2.05-21.7312

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