E.Scogna, G.Caruso, M.Frisina, S.Lentini, A.Pärt, C.Carrara: Misericordiæ Vultus

 

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Composers:

E.Scogna, G.Caruso, M.Frisina, S.Lentini, A.Pärt, C.Carrara

Title:

Misericordiæ Vultus

Artist:

Roberto Abbondanza, Mauro Tortorelli, Rodolfo Bonucci, Bibiana Carusi, Angelo Colone, Nello Salza, Alessandro Albenga, Coro Musicanova, Orchestra da Camera “B. Marcello”, The City of Rome Contemporary Music Ensemble, Nova Amadeus Chamber Orchestra, Monesis Ensemble, Flavio Emilio Scogna, Vocal Ensemble Flos Florum, Fidelis et Amati Orchestra

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From the booklet: ““Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy”, a collection of sacred pieces, much like a “sound vault”, illustrates the concept of sacred music in its broadest meaning through different types of frescoes. Not only as liturgical music for traditional sacred worship, but also as a collection of pieces that were not originally intended for this use. This collection is able to show periods, forms, styles and authors in an ideal combination of sacred matter that is confessional, metaphysical and transcendent. ”

(text by Simone Caputo)

TRACKLIST

[1] Flavio Emilio Scogna: ‘Inno’, for Trumpet and Organ
Nello Salza, trumpet | Alessandro Albenga, organ

[2] Giovanni Caruso: ‘Alma Redemptoris Mater’, for Ensemble
of Female Voices
Vocal Ensemble Flos Florum, Giovanni Caruso, conductor
Alessia Loporchio, soprano | Fabiola Pereira, mezzo soprano
Antonella Marotta, contralto | Giovanni Caruso, basso

[3] Stefano Lentini: ‘Stabat Mater’, Concert for Violin and String Orchestra*
Mauro Tortorelli, violin
The City of Rome Contemporary Music Ensemble
Flavio Emilio Scogna, conductor

[4] Marco Frisina: ‘Adoro te devote’, for Voice, Choir and Orchestra”
Coro Musicanova (directed by Fabrizio Barchi)
Fidelis et Amati Orchestra, Marco Frisina, conductor

[5] Arvo Pärt: ‘Summa’, for Ensemble of Voices
Vocal Ensemble Flos Florum, Giovanni Caruso, conductor
Alessia Loporchio, soprano | Fabiola Pereira, mezzo soprano
Antonella Marotta, contralto | Pier Paolo Cascioli, basso

[6] Arvo Pärt: ‘Vater Unser’, for Soprano and Guitar
Bibiana Carusi, soprano | Angelo Colone, guitar

[7] Marco Frisina: ‘Ave Maris Stella’, for Violin and String Orchestra
Rodolfo Bonucci, violin
Orchestra da Camera “B. Marcello”, Flavio Emilio Scogna, conductor

Stefano Lentini: ‘Liturgia delle ore – Orchestral Suite’ for Violin
and String Orchestra°
[8] I. Tutti i Sospiri del mondo
[9] II. Primo Giorno
[10] III. Lo sguardo
[11] IV. Padri
Mauro Tortorelli, violin
The City of Rome Contemporary Music Ensemble
Flavio Emilio Scogna, conductor

[12] Cristian Carrara: ‘Luce’, for Mixed Ensemble
Monesis Ensemble, Flavio Emilio Scogna, conductor

[13] Cristian Carrara: ‘O Infinito Silenzio’, for Baritone and Orchestra^
Roberto Abbondanza, baritone
Nova Amadeus Chamber Orchestra
Flavio Emilio Scogna, conductor

 PRODUCT DETAILS

  • Composer(s): E.Scogna, G.Caruso, M.Frisina, G.Lentini, A.Pärt, C.Carrara
  • Label: Da Vinci Classics
  • Genre: Sacred Music
  • Period: 20th Century
  • Catalogue No: C00022
  • Barcode: 0806810877852
  • Physical Release: 12/2016

Design and art direction by 一般社団法人 Osaka Mozart Association
Produced by 一般社団法人 Osaka Mozart Association
The copyright in this sound recording and artwork is owned by Osaka Mozart Association

 

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13 thoughts on “E.Scogna, G.Caruso, M.Frisina, S.Lentini, A.Pärt, C.Carrara: Misericordiæ Vultus

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