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GRIEG, SIBELIUS, Neeme Jarvi, Gothenburg Symphony Orch

Peer Gyns Suites Nos. 1 & 2 / From Holberg's Time / The Swan of Tuonela / Finlandia

Grieg: Peer Gyns Suites Nos. 1 & 2 - Neeme Järvi Grieg: Peer Gynt Suite No. 1, op. 46 - 01. I. Morning Mood 04:16 02. II. The Death of Ase (Prelude to Act III) 03:50 03. III. Anitra's dance 03:42 04. IV. In the Hall of the Mountain King 02:57 Grieg: Peer Gynt Suite No. 2, op. 55 - 05. I. Ingrid's Lament 03:49 06. II. Arabian dance 04:54 07. III. Peer Gynt's homecoming. Stormy evening on the sea 02:20 08. IV. Solveig's Song 05:02 Sibelius: From Holberg's Time, op. 40 - 09. I. Preludium: Allegro vivace 02:57 10. II. Sarabande: Andante 03:16 11. III. Gavotte: Allegretto, Musette: Un poco mosso, Gavotte 03:31 12. IV. Air: Andante religioso 05:21 13. V. Rigaudon: Allegro con brio 04:05 14. Sibelius: The Swan of Tuonela, op. 22 No. 2 07:37 15. Sibelius: Finlandia, op. 26 09:08 16. Sibelius: Valse triste, op. 44 05:34
  • Neeme Jarvi - conductor
  • Gothenburg Symphony Orch - orchestra
  • SIBELIUS
  • GRIEG
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essandro Scarlatti was born in Palermo on 2 May 1660. In 1678 he married Antonia Anzalone by whom he had ten children, including the great Domenico. When still quite young, Scarlatti made himself known in Roman musical circles through his pastoral fable Gli equivoci del sembiante performed in 1679. In addition to writing operas, Scarlatti tried his hand at the cantata - one of the musical genres preferred by the nobility of the time - and sacred music. The writing of sacred compositions became a professional obligation following the composer's appointment as maestro di cappella at the church of S. Gerolamo della Carità. The war of succession to the Spanish throne convinced Scarlatti to abandon Naples from 1703 to 1706, and again in 1708, when he was employed in Rome as maestro di cappella of the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore. With the calming of political waters internationally and in the viceroyalty of Naples, where Austrian domination replaced the Spanish, Scarlatti returned to his old post of director of the Real Cappella at the beginning of 1709. There he again took up his operatic activities. It is no coincidence that his last important operas were performed not in Naples but in Rome where he often sojourned at this time. Here, respected and esteemed, but in actual fact isolated, Scarlatti passed the last years of his life after 1722. He died on 22 October 1725 Cristina Miatello, soprano; clavicembalo: Guido Morini; violoncello: Andrea Fossà Gloria Banditelli, contralto Ensemble Aurora violini: Enrico Gatti, Luigi Mangiocavallo; violoncello: Roberto Gini; arciliuto: Luciano Còntini; clavicembalo: Guido Morini

 

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