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Cecilia Bartoli - St. Petersburg album flac

  • Performer: Cecilia Bartoli
  • Album: St. Petersburg
  • FLAC: 1592 mb | MP3: 1713 mb
  • Released: 2014
  • Country: Europe
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 254
Cecilia Bartoli - St. Petersburg album flac


1 Francesco Araia Vado A Morir (La Forza Dell'amore E Dell'odio)
2 Hermann Raupach* Razverzi Pyos Gortani, Laya (Altsesta)
3 Hermann Raupach* Idu Na Smert (Altsesta)
4 Hermann Raupach* Placido Il Mare (Siroe, Re Di Persia)
5 Domenico Dall’Oglio, Luigi Madonis De Miei Figli (Prologue To La Clemenza Di Tito)
6 Vincenzo Manfredini Fra' Lacci Tu Mi Credi (Carlo Magno)
7 Francesco Araia Pastor Che A Notte Ombrosa (Seleuco)
8 Hermann Raupach* March (Altsesta)
9 Vincenzo Manfredini Non Turbar Que' Vagi Rai (Carlo Magno)
10 Domenico Cimarosa Agitata In Tante Pene (La Vergine Del Sole)
11 Vincenzo Manfredini A Noi Vivi Donna Eccelsa (Carlo Magno)

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Decca Music Group Limited
  • Published By – ООО «Юниверсал Мьюзик»
  • Distributed By – ООО «Юниверсал Мьюзик»


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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4605026715486

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
478 6767 Cecilia Bartoli St. Petersburg ‎(CD, Album, Dlx, Ltd) Decca 478 6767 Europe 2014

Cecilia Bartoli returns with a majestic new album of world premiere recordings, hidden treasures of the Mariinsky! .

With her new album "St Petersburg", Cecilia Bartoli opens a window on a hidden period of musical life in the Russian city, during which three visionary tsaritsas allowed music to thrive. she has become a musical phenomenon, and the way she plans her life is closer to a rock star than one of her classical colleagues. an album, tightly themed, imaginatively put together and stunningly packaged. "Cecilia Bartoli - St Petersburg" not only celebrates three great Russian rulers, but also turns the spotlight on their court composers. the Italian Opera Collection of the eighteenth century, a uniquely valuable archive, has been opened up to Cecilia Bartoli and I Barocchisti for this project; together they explore music lost for over 200 years.

Petersburg Cecilia Bartoli. Listen on Apple Music. By Vincenzo Manfredini - Cecilia Bartoli, Coro della Radiotelevisione Svizzera, I Barocchisti & Diego Fasolis. 12. La vergine del sole: "Tu il fato regola di questo Impero". By Domenico Cimarosa - Coro della Radiotelevisione Svizzera, Cecilia Bartoli, I Barocchisti & Diego Fasolis. 12 Songs, 1 Hour 21 Minutes. Carlo Magno: "A noi vivi donna eccelsa".

Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). Customers who bought this item also bought. Cecilia you never disappoint me. Thank you for The Salieri Album. I will treasure this always. 3 people found this helpful.

Cecilia Bartoli, Diego Fasolis.

Cecilia Bartoli enthüllt russische Barockarien. Das Vivaldi Album war seinerzeit eine Revolution und heute mit seinen über 60. 00 verkauften Exemplaren ein Klassiker. Jetzt erweitert Bartoli erneut eindrucksvoll ihr Forschungsgebiet: Für ihr neues Projekt "St Petersburg" erhielt die Operndiva exklusiven Zugang in die Musikbibliothek des Mariinsky-Theaters und hat dort seit über 200 Jahre verlorene Schätze entdeckt

Cecilia Bartoli is an Italian coloratura mezzo-soprano opera singer and recitalist  .

Cecilia Bartoli is singing the title-role in Handel's opera "Alcina" at the Salzburger Festspiele Whitsun and the Salzburger Festspiele 2019. The Vivaldi Album, Italian Arias (by Gluck), The Salieri Album, Opera proibita, Maria, Sacrificium, Mission and St Petersburg have all received numerous awards, including five Grammys. On her more recent voyages of discovery into the world of music she has been accompanied for the most part by leading ensembles specializing in historically informed performance practice such as the Akademie für Alte Musik in Berlin, Les Arts Florissants, I Barocchisti, the Concentus Musicus of Vienna, the Freiburg Baroque Orchestra, Il Giardino Armonico, the Basel Chamber Orchestra, Les Musiciens du Louvre

The collection focuses on a golden age for opera during the 18th century as three successive empresses (or tsaritsas) looked to Italy to bring the all-but-unknown form of opera to their courts at St Petersburg.