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CAPPELLA NEAPOLITANA | PER LA NASCITA DEL VERBO


quartetto_milano_stagione_icona quartetto_milano_musica_da_camera_iconaTUESDAY 18 DECEMBER 2018, ore 20.30 – Conservatorio “G. Verdi”

Programma di sala

Cappella neapolitana
Antonio Florio conductor
Leslie Visco soprano
Marta Fumagalli mezzosoprano
Per la nascita del Verbo

Caresana – Sinfonia da Le avventure di una fede
– Pastorale a 2 voci “al Cantar” da Demonio vestito da Bifolco…
– Tarantella a 2 voci “Una dama più fortunata” da La Veglia
– Ballo detto “Barrera” a 2 voci da La Veglia
– Ninna Nanna a voce sola da La Veglia
Netti – Sinfonia a 4 da La Filli
Caresana – “Con un vel d’humanità” a 2 voci da La Caccia del Toro
Anonimo napoletano (sec.XVII) – Tarantella
Caresana – Choro di doi Angioli “Olà, che si fa?” da La Tarantella per la Nascita del Verbo
– “Hor che lucide e serene” a 2 voci da La Pastorale
A. Scarlatti – Cantata “O di Betlemme altera” per soprano e archi
Anonimo (sec. XVIII) – Pastorale per archi
Fago – Mottetto “Quid hic statis pastores” per soprano, alto e archi

This year’s Christmas concert takes on Neapolitan characteristics. It begins with works by Cristofaro Caresana (1640-1709), who, as an adolescent, came to Naples from his native Venice and was so successful that he became director of the conservatory and master of the treasury of San Gennaro. His successor, Nicola Fago (1677- 1745), from Taranto, arrived in Naples at the age of 15 and quickly rose to the highest positions. Alessandro Scarlatti, the most famous of the three, was originally from Palermo but became the true founder of the vocal and theatrical school of a city that has always been rich in music for every season, especially Christmas.
A programme as beautiful as this one could only have been offered by Antonio Florio from Bari, who has dedicated his whole life as a musicologist and concert artist to the reclamation of the Baroque civilisation of Naples, his adoptive city.

 

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