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Arias for Luigi Marchesi (The great castrato of the Napoleonic era)

Ann Hallenberg, Stile Galante, Stefano Aresi

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Armida e Rinaldo  
1
Vedo l'abisso orrendo
Giuseppe Sarti; Ann Hallenberg; Stile Galante; Stefano Aresi
6:02
L'olimpiade  
2
Rendi, oh cara, il prence amato
Giuseppe Sarti; Ann Hallenberg; Stile Galante; Stefano Aresi
5:49
Pirro  
3
Chi mi dà consiglio, aita
Niccolò Antonio Zingarelli; Francesca Cassinari; Stile Galante; Stefano Aresi
6:54
Armida e Rinaldo  
4
Lungi da te, ben mio
Giuseppe Sarti; Ann Hallenberg; Stile Galante; Stefano Aresi
3:15
Lauso e Lidia  
5
Oh qual contento
Johann Simon Mayr; Ann Hallenberg; Stile Galante; Stefano Aresi
3:21
Alessandro nelle Indie  
6
Quanto è fiero il mio tormento
Luigi Cherubini; Ann Hallenberg; Stile Galante; Stefano Aresi
6:32
Demofoonte  
7
Misero pargoletto
Gaetano Pugnani; Ann Hallenberg; Stile Galante; Stefano Aresi
4:52
Castore e Polluce  
8
Sembianze amabili
Francesco Bianchi; Ann Hallenberg; Stile Galante; Stefano Aresi
3:55
L'olimpiade  
9
Superbo di me stesso
Domenico Cimarosa; Ann Hallenberg; Stile Galante; Stefano Aresi
5:35
10
Se cerca, se dice
Josef Mysliveček; Ann Hallenberg; Stile Galante; Stefano Aresi
5:04
Pirro  
11
Qual mi sorprende e aghiaccia
Niccolò Antonio Zingarelli; Francesca Cassinari; Stile Galante; Stefano Aresi
8:22
12
Cara, negl'occhi tuoi
Niccolò Antonio Zingarelli; Ann Hallenberg; Stile Galante; Stefano Aresi
4:42
Alessandro nelle Indie  
13
Quanto è fiero il mio tormento
Luigi Cherubini; Ann Hallenberg; Stile Galante; Stefano Aresi
6:32
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    70:55
Swedish mezzo-soprano Ann Hallenberg ventures wholeheartedly into the musical mind of castrato Luigi Marchesi at the turbulent and revolutionary end of the 18th century in a vivid recreation on this recording. Joined by the Stile Galante and conductor Stefano Aresi, the programme is enhanced not only by meticulous attention to the original instruments and ensemble configurations used by orchestras accompanying Marchesi, but by access to some 200 contemporary accounts of the singer’s music making. Luigi Cherubini's aria appears on this album twice, with two entirely different sets of original ornaments.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Glossa Studio Masters

Recorded in Bergamo (Sala Piatti) on 5-9 April 2015 |
Engineered and produced by Christoph Frommen Digital editing: Andrea Friggi, Christoph Frommen & Stefano Aresi
Production assistants: Luca Benedetti, Federico Franchin, Federico Zavanelli
Executive producer and editorial director: Carlos Céster
Editorial assistance: María Díaz
Design: oficina tresminutos
Photographs of the artists, and photos on pages 12 and 29: Minjas Zugik
Scores prepared by Holger Schmitt-Hallenberg

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