Vinci: Catone In Utica – Sancho / Fagioli / Cencic / Sabadus / Mitte / Riccardo Minasi

Catone in Utica
Sinfonia 1 (Catone in Utica)
Sinfonia II (Catone in Utica)
Sinfonia III (Catone in Utica)
Catone in Utica (Catone in Utica)
“Perché sì mesto o padre? ” (Act 1)
“Con sì bel nome in fronte” (Act 1)
“Poveri affetti miei ” (Act 1)
“Non ti minaccio sdegno ” (Act 1)
“Che giurai! Che promisi!” (Act 1)
“Che legge spietata!” (Act 1)
“Dunque Cesare venga” (Act 1)
“Io conquest’occhi ” (Act 1)
“Si sgomenti alle sue pene” (Act 1)
“Tu taci Emilia?” (Act 1)
“Nell’ardire che il seno t’accende” (Act 1)
“Quanto da te diverso” (Act 1)
“Piangendo ancora rincecer suole” (Act 1)
“Se gli altrui folli amori” (Act 1)
“O nel sen di qualche stella” (Act 1)
“Giunse dunque a tentarti” (Act 1)
“Pur ti reveggo, o Marzia” (Act 1)
“Chi un dolceamor condanna” (Act 1)
“Mie perdute speranze” (Act 1)
“E’ in ogni core diverso amore” (Act 1)
“Se manca Arbace” (Act 1)
“Un certo non so che” (Act 1)
“Ah troppo dissi” (Act 1)
“E’ folia se mascondete” (Act 1)
“Romani, il vostro duce” (Act 2)
“Va’, ritorna al tuo tiranno” (Act 2)
“A tanto eccesso arriva l’orgoglio di Catone?” (Act 2)
“So, che pieta non hai” (Act 2)
“E qual sorte è la mia!” (Act 2)
“Soffre talor del vento” (Act 2)
“Lode agli dei La fuggitiva speme” (Act 2)
“In che t’offende” (Act 2)
“Tu vedi o bella” (Act 2)
“Per te spero” (Act 2)
“Oh dei tutta se stessa” (Act 2)
“Nascesti alle pene” (Act 2)
“Si vuole ad onta mi ache Cesare s’ascolti?” (Act 2)
“Se in campo armato” (Act 2)
“Ah signor che facesti?” (Act 2)
“Dovea svenarti allora” (Act 2)
“Sarete paghi alfin” (Act 2)
“So che godendo vai” (Act 2)
“Udisti Arbace? Il credo appena” (Act 2)
“Se sciogliere non vuoi” (Act 2)
“L’ingiustizia, il disprezzo” (Act 2)
“Che sia la gelosia” (Act 2)
“Tutto amico ho tentato” (Act 3)
“La fronda che circonda” (Act 3)
“Quanti aspetti la sorte cangia in un giorno!” (Act 3)
“Confusa, smarrita” (Act 3)
“Qual’insoliti moti” (Act 3)
“Combattuta da tante vicende” (Act 3)
“Del rivale all’aita” (Act 3)
“Quell’amor che poco accende” (Act 3)
“Pur veggo alfine un raggio d’incerta luce” (Act 3)
“? questo amici il luogo” (Act 3)
“Deh, in vita ti serba” (Act 3)
“Dove mai l’idol mio” (Act 3)

Sancho / Fagioli / Cencic / Sabadus / Mitte / Riccardo Minasi

Format: 3 CD
Release date: 25/5/2015
Barcode: 0028947881940 Catégories : ,

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   in Opera Now (Jul, 2015)
Another Baroque opera, this time completely obscure, is Leonardo Vinci’s Catone in Utica, premiered in Rome in 1728, during the period when a papal edict of 1588 had banned women from the stage – a long-lasting prohibition. Not a problem if one has an abundance of castrati to compose for, but one which might explain why this recording is a world premiere (instigated by Max Emanuel Cenčić). The libretto is by Metastasio, with a vague nod to Plutarch, and concerns Julius Caesar’s defeat of Marcus Porcius Cato (Catone) with much fictional elaboration concerning Cato’s daughter secretly loving Caesar whilst betrothed to her father’s choice, Numidian prince Arbace. Obviously nothing will …
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   in Early Music Today (Dec, 2015)
Hard on the heels of Artaserse comes another castrato-fest from the pen of Leonardo Vinci. Catone in Utica was premiered in Rome in 1728 and, like Artaserse, has a libretto by Metastasio. Seven years later, a moderated version of the text was used by Vivaldi in his opera of the same name. Vinci’s music in the ‘galant’ Neapolitan style is unfailingly appealing and all the more so when in the mouths of some of the world’s finest countertenors. Their vocal agility is often astonishing as indeed is their flair for idiomatic embellishment. In this latter respect Franco Fagioli (Caesar) is especially noteworthy and his bravura technique serves him well – though …
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