Giovanni Battista Pergolesi - Stabat Mater (1998)

Pergolesi

Orchestra Filarmonica Marchigiana, Mariella Devia, Francesca Provvisionato

Daniele Callegari

Giovanni Battista Pergolesi was born in 1710 in Jesi and died in Pozzuoli in 1736, struck down by consumption when only twenty six. Unlucky as far as his health was concerned, he was gifted, by way of compensation, with a spontaneous and powerful musicality which was immediately communicative. His fame as a composer spread for and wide so rapidly that he was imitated by many, and numerous works were wrongly attributed to him.

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Mariella Devia

Mariella Devia (Chiusavecchia, April 12, 1948) is an Italian soprano.
She studied with Yolanda Magnoni and obtained a diploma in singing at the Conservatorio Santa Cecilia in Rome. In 1972 she made his debut in Treviso in Così fan tutte, and won in 1973 won the "Toti dal Monte".
Her career takes place mainly in Italy, but also reaching major opera houses of foreigners playing major roles soprano-light (from the Queen of the Night in La Sonnambula and Lucia di Lammermoor), supporting roles Rossini (Amenaide, Fiorilla, The Comte Ory, Zelmira and Semiramide), different roles (Lodoïska, Giulietta in I Capuleti ei Montecchi and Joan of Arc in the opera by Verdi) and roles inaccessible (Donna Anna in Don Giovanni). Excels in the interpretation of La Traviata and Lucia di Lammermoor, a role she played for the first time in 1973 in Treviso and for the last time in 2006 at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan. Debuted March 24, 2007 in Anna Bolena at the Verona Philharmonic in a virtually complete version of the work. In February 2008 she gave a masterful interpretation of Donizetti's Mary Stuart at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan, in a production by Pier Luigi Pizzi under the direction of Antonino Fogliani. In 2011 she made his debut as Elizabeth I in Roberto Devereux at the Opéra de Marseille, proving to be the ideal interpreter of the trilogy of Donizetti's queens. In the 2013 season has announced its debut in Norma at the Teatro Comunale di Bologna.

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Giovanni Battista Pergolesi - Stabat Mater (1998)

Pergolesi

Orchestra Filarmonica Marchigiana, Mariella Devia, Francesca Provvisionato

Digital Converters: dCS
Microphones: Neumann U47,M49
Producer: Giulio Cesare Ricci
Recording Engineer: Giulio Cesare Ricci
Recording location: Teatro Lauro Rossi, Macerata Italy
Recording Software: Merging
Recording Type & Bit Rate: Analog to DSD64
Tape Machines: Studer C37, Nagra 45 Analog Tape Recorders

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CD98F29: Giovanni Battista Pergolesi - Stabat Mater
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Stabat Mater
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Cujus Animam
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O Quam Tristis
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Quae Moerebat
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Quis Est Homo
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Vidit Suum
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Eia Mater
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Fac Ut Ardeat
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Sancta Mater
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Fac Ut Portem
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Inflammatus
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Quando Corpus
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Amen
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