Cover Lulier: Cantate e sonate

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Label: Alpha

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Vocal

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  • Giovanni Lorenzo Lulier (1660 - 1700): Amor, di che tu vuoi:
  • 1Amor, di che tu vuoi: I. Recitativo "Amor, di che tu vuoi ch’ora io favelli"00:55
  • 2Amor, di che tu vuoi: II. Aria "I begli occhi del mio bene"04:50
  • 3Amor, di che tu vuoi: III. Recitativo "Non vi stupite amanti"00:29
  • 4Amor, di che tu vuoi: IV. Aria "Quelle luci son due stelle"02:02
  • 5Amor, di che tu vuoi: V. Recitativo "Occhi leggiadri e belli"00:51
  • 6Amor, di che tu vuoi: VI. Aria "Mirate le mie piaghe"02:07
  • Sonata in D Major:
  • 7Sonata in D Major: I. Adagio03:56
  • 8Sonata in D Major: II. Andante02:01
  • 9Sonata in D Major: III. Adagio00:48
  • 10Sonata in D Major: IV. Presto01:01
  • Ferma alato pensier:
  • 11Ferma alato pensier: I. Arioso "Ferma alato pensier, ferma il tuo volo"02:10
  • 12Ferma alato pensier: II. Aria "Si ribella dall’alma il pensiero"02:10
  • 13Ferma alato pensier: III. Recitativo "Vanne dunque o pensier"00:41
  • 14Ferma alato pensier: IV. Aria "Il bel che splende"01:23
  • 15Ferma alato pensier: V. Recitativo "Vanne dunque o pensier"04:00
  • 16Ferma alato pensier: VI. Aria "Tirsi se vuoi il cor moi"04:00
  • 17Ferma alato pensier: VII. Recitativo "Ama chi t’ama, Tirsi"00:35
  • 18Ferma alato pensier: VIII. Aria "È troppo ingiusta brama"02:27
  • Sonata in F Major:
  • 19Sonata in F Major: I. Allegro01:41
  • 20Sonata in F Major: II. Adagio01:54
  • 21Sonata in F Major: III. Aria01:10
  • Là dove a pafo in seno:
  • 22Là dove a pafo in seno: I. Recitativo "Là dove a pafo in seno"01:07
  • 23Là dove a pafo in seno: II. Aria "Oh, madre cara"04:02
  • 24Là dove a pafo in seno: III. Recitativo "In così fatti accenti"00:54
  • 25Là dove a pafo in seno: IV. Aria "Se un minuto animaletto"02:27
  • La Didone:
  • 26La Didone: I. Recitativo "Già dell’empio tiranno"01:06
  • 27La Didone: II. Aria "Perché cada ormai sconftto"01:07
  • 28La Didone: II. Aria "Cruda cagion del mio schernito affetto"00:52
  • 29La Didone: II. Aria "Fuggi, Che s'ai miei lutti"01:20
  • 30La Didone: II. Aria "M'abbandona l'infido e voi che fate"01:20
  • 31La Didone: II. Aria "Mentre io resto ed ei dispare"01:54
  • 32La Didone: III. Recitativo "Verso se stessa rea"00:56
  • Total Runtime58:16

Info for Lulier: Cantate e sonate

In Rome between the late seventeenth century and the early eighteenth, academies and ‘conversazioni’ (artistic gatherings) organised by aristocrats and cardinals attracted the leading writers and musicians. The names of Arcangelo Corelli, Alessandro Scarlatti and the young G. F. Handel stand out among many others. Giovanni Lorenzo Lulier (Rome, c.1660-1700), a cellist and composer known as ‘Giovanni del Violone’, participated in this intensive musical activity. [...] When he entered the entourage of Cardinal Pietro Ottoboni, in 1690, Lulier already had a decade of compositional activity behind him in the genres of oratorio, opera and above all the chamber cantata. Originally consisting of a succession of strophic arias, the cantata gradually established itself as a poetic and musical genre characterised by alternating recitatives and arias. [...] As is well known, the conversazioni of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries also included the performance of instrumental music.

Francesca Boncompagni, soprano
Accademia Ottoboni
Marco Ceccato, direction

Francesca Boncompagni
was born in Arezzo in 1984. After graduating in violin in Siena’s “Istituto pareggiato Rinaldo Franci” with the highest degree in 2005, she began her formal vocal training in Florence with Donatella Debolini and later on with Alessio Tosi, Lia Serafini, Sara Mingardo and Manuela Custer.

In 2007 she attended William Christie’s baroque Academy “Le Jardin des Voix” and performed in the documentary “Baroque Académie” produced and broadcast by Channel France 3, and edited in DVD by BelAir Classique in 2011. In 2008 she won the first prize in the baroque singing competition “Francesco Provenzale” in Naples, organized by “Centro di Musica Antica Pietà dei Turchini”.

She has sung alongside Collegium Vocale Gent, Les Arts Florissants, les Musiciens du Louvre, Accademia Bizantina, Cappella Mediterranea, Cappella della Pietà dei Turchini/Cappella Neapolitana and Modo Antiquo, and with such conductors as Philippe Herreweghe, William Christie, Paul Agnew, Ottavio Dantone, Francesco Corti, Leonardo Garcìa Alarcon, Francesco Cera, Stefano Montanari, Gianluca Capuano and Frans Brueggen.

In 2014 she sang the role of Amore in Claudio Monteverdi’s “L’incoronazione di Poppea” in a tour in Japan with the ensemble La Venexiana conducted by Claudio Cavina.

In 2017 she performed roles in each opera from Monteverdi’s Trilogy and Vespers for the Monteverdi 450 celebrations, in Europe and in the United States, with the Monteverdi Choir & Orchestras conducted by Sir John Eliot Gardiner and directed by Elsa Rooke; this long tour won in 2018 the prestigious Royal Philarmonic Society Award.

In 2018 she performed the role of Euridice in Monteverdi’s “L’Orfeo” in Torino’s Teatro Regio, with the conductor Antonio Florio and the stage director Alessio Pizzech. In the same year she performed in Florence the main role of Dafne in the opera “La Dafne” by Marco da Gagliano, in the 81st Opera Festival of Maggio musicale fiorentino, with the conductor Federico Maria Sardelli and the stage director Gian Maria Aliverti.

Francesca Boncompagni has performed in many of the most prestigious concert halls in the world, like Cité de la Musique, Philarmonie, Salle Pleyel and Théâtre des Champs-Élysées in Paris, Grand Théâtre in Aix-en-Provence, Palais des Beaux Arts in Brussels, Philarmonie in Berlin, Alte Oper in Frankfurt, Konzerthaus in Wien, Felsenreitschule in Salzburg, Tonhalle in Zurich, Fundacion Gulbenkian in Lisboa, Palau de la Musica in Barcelona, Auditorio Nacional in Madrid, National Opera in Bucarest, Lutoslawski Hall in Warsaw, Barbican Center, Buckingham Palace and Royal Albert Hall in London, Palazzetto Bru Zane and Teatro La Fenice in Venice, Bunka Kaikan and Opera City in Tokyo, J.F.Kennedy Center in Washington DC, Memorial Center in S. Francisco, Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall in New York.

She has a wide-ranging discography through such labels as Pentatone, Phi, Clc, Alpha, Virgin Classics, Brilliant Classics, France Musique, Stradivarius, Soli Deo Gloria and Sony Deutsche Harmonia Mundi. The recording of “Werke für Chor und Orchester” by J.Brahms for the label Phi with Philippe Herreweghe won the Editor’s Choice Award 2012 on Gramophone Magazine, and the Choral&Song Choice Award 2012 on BBC Music Magazine; the DVD of “Armide” by J.B.Lully for the label FRA Muisca with William Christie and Robert Carsen got in 2012 five stars on BBC Music Magazine; the recording of “Die Jahreszeiten” by F.J.Haydn for the label Phi with Philippe Herreweghe won in 2014 five stars on the magazine Classic Voice; “Mattutino de’ Morti” by D.Perez for the label Sony Deutsche Harmonia Mundi with Giulio Prandi got also five stars in 2014 for the magazine Classic Voice; and “Stabat Mater” by L.Boccherini for the label Brilliant Classics with Ensemble Symposium got in 2016 five stars on the magazine Amadeus.

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