ALESSANDRO SCARLATTI STABAT MATER PDF

Stabat Mater Scarlatti, Alessandro Genre Categories Stabat Mater ; Religious works ; Masses ; Sequences ; For 2 voices, strings, continuo ; For voices with strings ; Scores featuring the voice ; Scores featuring the soprano voice ; Scores featuring the alto voice ; Scores featuring string ensemble ; Scores with basso continuo ; Latin language. Naxos Javascript not enabled. Work Title Stabat mater Alt ernative. Categories : Manuscripts from the s Manuscripts Scores Scarlatti, Alessandro Baroque style Baroque Stabat Mater Religious works Masses Sequences For 2 voices, strings, continuo For voices with strings Scores featuring the voice Scores featuring the soprano voice Scores featuring the alto voice Scores featuring string ensemble Scores with basso continuo Latin language Pages with commercial recordings Pages with commercial recordings Naxos collection Pages with commercial recordings BnF collection. Stabat Mater ; Religious works ; Masses ; Sequences ; For 2 voices, strings, continuo ; For voices with strings ; Scores featuring the voice ; Scores featuring the soprano voice ; Scores featuring the alto voice ; Scores featuring string ensemble ; Scores with basso continuo ; Latin language. Contents 1 Performances 1.

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He composed operas, like his father, but these have been completely forgotten. However, he is regarded as one of the founders of modern keyboard music and composed almost pieces for clavichord. Scarlatti's Stabat Mater is written in a meditative mood and clearly intended for liturgical use. The composition is divided into seven sections, varying from 1 to 5 stanzas.

Compared to other works from that time, that are influenced strongly by the Neapolitan School it still is predominantly based on sixteenth century forms, with sinuous polyphonic melodies in a counterpoint tapestry, though now and then individual voices come to the foreground. The last part of three stanzas contrasts to a high degree with earlier sections in view of the dancing fugues that open and end this section and that are more in accordance with the period.

The "Analecta"-version of the text is used, with following changes: - Stanza 14, line 2: not "Te libenter" but "Et me tibi" - Stanza 16, line 2: not "Passionis eius sortem" but "Passionis fac consortem". A nice collection of Stabat Maters and some other works, even if the registrations are rather old. As it is the only Bononcini registration that I know of, every collector should have it. Scarlatti was recorded in Maybe the choir was much larger as the 10 voices that the score prescribes?

I like this one best. The voices blend together beautifully and the singing sounds very relaxed. In stanza 18 a soprano and tenor sing a duet as soloists. The cd is a recording of a concert performed on March 29, in the St. Three composers are totally new for me. At that time he had around 40 Stabat Mater CDs. His notes on the composer, the music, the texts and translations and the different versions all came online.

After this he managed the site by adding new composers and translations regularly. At the time of his death in he had Stabat Maters. After his death I continued collecting the information and managing the site. I wish to thank the Dutch Stabat Mater Foundation which gave me the financial support in to renew this site! About the Stabat Mater Date : ca.

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Stabat Mater (Scarlatti, Alessandro)

Alessandro Scarlatti — was born in Palermo, Italy. He was one of the first exponents of the Neapolitan School See also Salvatori. He composed over cantatas, oratories and operas. The Order was very poor, what may be the explanation for the small number of artists the score was written for.

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Stabat Mater (Scarlatti)

He composed operas, like his father, but these have been completely forgotten. However, he is regarded as one of the founders of modern keyboard music and composed almost pieces for clavichord. Scarlatti's Stabat Mater is written in a meditative mood and clearly intended for liturgical use. The composition is divided into seven sections, varying from 1 to 5 stanzas. Compared to other works from that time, that are influenced strongly by the Neapolitan School it still is predominantly based on sixteenth century forms, with sinuous polyphonic melodies in a counterpoint tapestry, though now and then individual voices come to the foreground. The last part of three stanzas contrasts to a high degree with earlier sections in view of the dancing fugues that open and end this section and that are more in accordance with the period. The "Analecta"-version of the text is used, with following changes: - Stanza 14, line 2: not "Te libenter" but "Et me tibi" - Stanza 16, line 2: not "Passionis eius sortem" but "Passionis fac consortem".

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