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ARGENTO, Frederica von Stade, Eiji Oue, Minnesota Orchestra

Casa Guidi

  • Argento, D - Orchestral Music
  • 01. Casa Guidi - Five Songs for Mezzo-soprano and Orchestra (1983) - 1 Casa Guide (4:05)
  • 02. 2 The Italian Cook and the English Maid (3:36)
  • 03. 3 Robert Browing (6:09)
  • 04. 4 The Death of Mr. Barrett (2:48)
  • 05. 5 Domesticity (5:04)
  • 06. Capriccio for Clarinet and Orchestra (Rossini in Paris) (1985) - 1 Une Réjouissance (7:31)
  • 07. 2 Une caresse à ma femme (6:39)
  • 08. 3 Un petit train du plaisir (9:25)
  • 09. In Praise of Music - Seven Songs for Orchestra (1977) - 1 For the healer, David (5:27)
  • 10. 2 For the god, Apollo (3:06)
  • 11. 3 For the satyr, Pan (5:56)
  • 12. 4 For the sorrower, Orpheus (5:01)
  • 13. 5 for the Angel, Israfel (4:26)
  • 14. 6 For the Saint, Cecilia (4:32)
  • 15. 7 For the child, Mozart (4:38)
  • Frederica von Stade - soprano
  • Eiji Oue - conductor
  • Minnesota Orchestra - orchestra
  • ARGENTO
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Nr kat.: RR100
Label  : Reference Recordings

2004 Grammy Award for Best Classical Vocal Performance

This magical CD brings together world premiere recordings of three works by one of America's outstanding living composers, Dominick Argento (b.1927), and features the magnificent singing of mezzo-soprano Frederica von Stade. "Everything Argento writes... originates in his love for the voice. His subject is self-discovery - the human condition illuminated by music of extraordinary lyric beauty." Casa Guidi, with Ms von Stade, is a set of five songs with orchestra based on letters of poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Argento's Capriccio for Clarinet and Orchestra ("Rossini in Paris") is a delightful tribute to the spirit and melodic brilliance of the great 19th century composer of "The Barber of Seville". Finally, In Praise of Music: Seven Songs for Orchestra is a brilliant symphonic tribute to the glory of music itself, drawing inspiration from the spirit of music expressed by many cultures over the centuries. Pulitzer Prize winning Dominick Argento is the Composer Laureate of the Minnesota Orchestra and under the direction of Eiji Oue, that orchestra plays with passion, panache and tremendous sensitivity to this beautiful music.