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Playlist of Giacomo Antonio Perti

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  • Giacomo Antonio Perti - Gesù al Sepolcro

    1:12:28

    Questo video riguarda Il mio filmato

  • Giacomo Antonio Perti, Dixit Dominus a 8 voci pieno

    13:08

    Giacomo Antonio Perti (Bologna, 1661 - 1756)
    DIXIT DOMINUS A 8 VOCI PIENO
    Manuscript: S. Petronio's Music Archive

    Recorded live in the Basilica of San Petronio, Bologna, Italy, 3rd October 2011


    Performers:


    FIRST CHOIR in cornu evangelii (right in the video)

    V o c i d i c o n c e r t o
    Sonia Tedla, soprano
    Cristina Calzolari, alto
    Matteo Mezzaro, tenore
    Gabriele Lombardi, basso

    R i p i e n i
    CHOIR OF THE CAPPELLA MUSICALE DI S. PETRONIO

    I n s t r u m e n t s
    Sara Dieci, organo (Baldassarre Malamini, 1596)
    Roberto Gini, violoncello concertato
    Gianni Valgimigli, violone continuo
    Marco Angilella, violoncello ripieno
    Federico Bandini, violone ripieno
    Floriano Rosini, trombone


    SECOND CHOIR in cornu epistolæ (left in the video)

    V o c i d i c o n c e r t o
    Patrizia Vaccari, soprano
    Bianca Simone, alto
    Alberto Allegrezza, tenore
    Marcello Vargetto, basso

    R i p i e n i
    COLOR TEMPORIS VOCAL ENSEMBLE
    (Alberto Allegrezza, choir master)

    I n s t r u m e n t s
    Liuwe Tamminga, organo (Lorenzo di Giacomo da Prato, 1475)
    Gioele Gusberti, violoncello continuo
    Luca Bandini, violone continuo
    Antonio Braidi, violoncello ripieno
    Alessandro Marzocchi, violone ripieno
    Fabio Costa, trombone


    MICHELE VANNELLI, maestro di cappella


    This recording represents a testimony in sound of the concert for the feast of San Petronio held on 3rd October 2011, in coincidence with the celebrations for the 300th anniversary of the birth of Perti. For the occasion the performers were lined up along the horseshoe choir-stall that surrounds the presbytery of the basilica: the first chorus was on the left; the second set opposite nearly thirty metres away. This arrangement made it possible to recreate the performance and acoustic conditions, documented by copious iconography, which influenced both the composition and the performance of music in Bologna churches in the seventeenth century.

    The CAPPELLA MUSICALE ARCIVESCOVILE DELLA BASILICA DI SAN PETRONIO, founded in 1436 at the request of Pope Eugene IV, was one of the most important music institutions in Europe in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries; it produced important forms of instrumental music and boasted such outstanding musicians as Cazzati, Colonna, Perti, Vitali, Gabrielli, Torelli and Jacchini. The Cappella was formed anew in the 1980s, seeking to rediscover and enhance in a systematic manner the repertoire of the Bologna school, conserved in abundant quantities in the basilica's music archive. The rebirth came about in the light of recent studies of musical philology and of performance practice: under the direction of Sergio Vartolo, the Cappella Musicale di San Petronio formed the first orchestra with period instruments in Italy, boasting the collaboration of the most important musicians active in the field of so-called early music. The Cappella has given concerts all over Europe and has made recordings with Bongiovanni, Dynamic, Harmonia Mundi France, Naxos and Tactus. Michele Vannelli became maestro di cappella in 2006.

    Scores transcribed and edited by Michele Vannelli



    Video by Alessandro Guatti

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  • Giacomo Antonio Perti, Plaudite mortales

    6:40

    Giacomo Antonio Perti (Bologna, 1661 - 1756)
    PLAUDITE MORTALES (1678)
    Marian motet for soprano and alto, 2 choirs, 2 trumpets, strings and basso continuo
    Manuscript: S. Petronio's Music Archive

    1. Coro Plaudite Mortales (0:00)
    2. Aria Aura fluido clangore (01:49)
    3. Aria O quam sublimis exaltatio (03:16)
    4. Coro da capo Plaudite mortales (04:07)

    Recorded live in the Basilica of San Petronio, Bologna, Italy, 2nd October 2006
    Included in the CD Dynamic CDS707 Perti G. A., Messa a 12


    Performers:


    Soloists

    Elena Bertuzzi, soprano
    Jacopo Facchini, alto


    FIRST CHOIR in cornu evangelii

    CHOIR OF THE CAPPELLA MUSICALE DI S. PETRONIO
    COLLEGIUM MUSICUM ALMÆ MATRIS CHAMBER CHOIR


    SECOND CHOIR in cornu epistolæ

    COLOR TEMPORIS VOCAL ENSEMBLE
    COLLEGIUM MUSICUM ALMÆ MATRIS CHAMBER CHOIR


    INSTRUMENTS in the apse

    ORCHESTRA OF THE CAPPELLA MUSICALE DI S. PETRONIO


    MICHELE VANNELLI, maestro di cappella


    This recording represents a testimony in sound of the concert for the feast of San Petronio held on 2nd October 2006, in coincidence with the celebrations for the 250th anniversary of the death of Perti. For the occasion over 120 performers were lined up along the horseshoe choir-stall that surrounds the presbytery of the basilica: the first chorus was on the left; the second set opposite nearly thirty metres away; the third choir was placed on the central balustrade of the choir-stall, beneath the semi-circular tribune which housed the orchestra. This arrangement made it possible to recreate the performance and acoustic conditions, documented by copious iconography, which influenced both the composition and the performance of music in Bologna churches in the seventeenth century.

    The CAPPELLA MUSICALE ARCIVESCOVILE DELLA BASILICA DI SAN PETRONIO, founded in 1436 at the request of Pope Eugene IV, was one of the most important music institutions in Europe in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries; it produced important forms of instrumental music and boasted such outstanding musicians as Cazzati, Colonna, Perti, Vitali, Gabrielli, Torelli and Jacchini. The Cappella was formed anew in the 1980s, seeking to rediscover and enhance in a systematic manner the repertoire of the Bologna school, conserved in abundant quantities in the basilica's music archive. The rebirth came about in the light of recent studies of musical philology and of performance practice: under the direction of Sergio Vartolo, the Cappella Musicale di San Petronio formed the first orchestra with period instruments in Italy, boasting the collaboration of the most important musicians active in the field of so-called early music. The Cappella has given concerts all over Europe and has made recordings with Bongiovanni, Dynamic, Harmonia Mundi France, Naxos and Tactus. Michele Vannelli became maestro di cappella in 2006.

    Scores transcribed and edited by Michele Vannelli




    background image: Basilica of San Petronio, detail of the inside; photo by Andrea Simili

  • Giacomo Antonio Perti - Dies irae

    15:13

    Cappella musicale di San Petronio - Federico Salce - live recording

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  • Giacomo Antonio Perti - Messa a 8 Voci

    36:25

    Giacomo Antonio Perti (1661-1756) - Messa a 8 Voci

  • Giacomo Antonio Perti: Sonata For 4 Trumpets

    4:04

    Provided to YouTube by Entertainment One Distribution US

    Giacomo Antonio Perti: Sonata For 4 Trumpets · Helmut Wobisch, I Solisti di Zagreb & Antonio Janigro

    Big Winds and Brass Box

    ℗ Vanguard Classics

    Released on: 2014-10-14

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  • Giacomo Antonio Perti Dixit Dominus

    9:12

    « Dixit Dominus Domino meo: sede a dextris meis. Donec ponam inimicos tuos scabellum pedum tuorum. Virgam virtutis tuae emittet Dominus ex Sion: Dominare in medio inimicorum tuorum! Tecum principium in die virtutis tuæ in splendoribus Sanctorum ex utero ante luciferum genui te. Juravit Dominus et non pænitebit eum: Tu es sacerdos in æternum secundum ordinem Melchisedech. Dominus a dextris tuis: Confregit in die iræ suæ reges. Judicabit in nationibus, Implebit ruinas conquassabit capita in terra multorum. De torrente in via bibet, propterea exaltabit caput. »

    Orchestra Barocca di Bologna
    Paolo Faldi, conductor




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    Giacomo Antonio Perti (6 June 1661 -- 10 April 1756) was an Italian composer of the Baroque era. He was mainly active at Bologna, where he was Maestro di Cappella for sixty years. He was the teacher of Giuseppe Torelli and Giovanni Battista Martini.
    He was born in Bologna, then part of the Papal States, and began studying music early, learning harpsichord and violin there; later he studied counterpoint. By the age of 17 he had already written a mass, a motet, and a setting of the Magnificat; and in 1678 he wrote his first opera and oratorio. During a stay in Parma, where he studied with Giuseppe Corso detto Celano, he formed his sacred music style; most of his psalm settings of the 1680s and 1690s show the influence of Corso. Later he went to Venice, most likely for a production of one of his operas.

    In 1690 he was appointed the post of Maestro di Cappella at S Pietro, replacing his uncle Lorenzo Perti. In 1696 he became Maestro di Cappella in another Bolognese church, S.Petronio, after the death of Giovanni Paolo Colonna the year before. He remained in charge for exactly sixty years, until his death at age 95.

    Perti was a prolific composer of operas and sacred music, and was recognized as a distinguished musician not only by other composers, but by aristocrats and emperors, including Ferdinando de' Medici (one of the last of the Medici) and Emperors Leopold I and Charles VI.

  • Magnificat

    19:34

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    Magnificat · Tolz Boys' Choir

    Rota: Missa Resurrectio Christi Magnificat di G.A. Perti - Mottetti di A. Trombetti e L. Barbieri

    ℗ 2012 Tactus

    Released on: 2012-10-01

    Composer: Anonymous
    Choir: Ensemble Vocal d'Avignon
    Composer: Giacomo Antonio Perti
    Choir: San Petronio Cappella Musicale Chorus
    Orchestra: San Petronio Cappella Musicale Orchestra
    Conductor: Sergio Vartolo
    Choir: Tolz Boys' Choir

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  • Giacomo Antonio Perti: Sonata for 4 Trumpets: Andante; Presto

    2:48

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    Giacomo Antonio Perti: Sonata for 4 Trumpets: Andante; Presto · Helmut Wobisch, Adolf Holler, Joseph Hell, Gerald Conrath, I Solisti di Zagreb & Antonio Janigro

    Little Big Trumpet Box

    ℗ Vanguard Classics

    Released on: 2015-11-13

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Giacomo Antonio Perti: Sonata for 4 Trumpets: Adagio; Allegro

    1:16

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    Giacomo Antonio Perti: Sonata for 4 Trumpets: Adagio; Allegro · Helmut Wobisch, Adolf Holler, Joseph Hell, Gerald Conrath, I Solisti di Zagreb & Antonio Janigro

    Little Big Trumpet Box

    ℗ Vanguard Classics

    Released on: 2015-11-13

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Giacomo Antonio Perti - Canite Cives

    3:49

    Mottetto a 5 voci (con ripieni e doppio coro) con accompagnamento di 2 trombe, 1 cornetto, archi e continuo, composto da Giacomo Antonio Perti su commissione di Ferdinando Maria de' Medici , primogenito di Cosimo II, principe di Toscana dal 1670 al 1713. Ferdinando viene ricordato, oltreché per essere granduca mancato (gli passò avanti il fratello minore, Giangastone, col quale si sarebbe estinta la stirpe medicea) per essere discreto musicista e patrocinatore di musica (introdusse a corte Scarlatti, Haendel, Vivaldi...) e delle arti figurative.
    In questo caso, nell'agosto del 1708, chiese al Perti, che già da Bologna aveva fornito le musiche sacre da eseguirsi in Santa Felicita e musiche profane per la villa di Pratolino, un mottetto per l'Assunta, specificando anche i nomi dei cantori e che non fosse scritto per più di un cornettoe due trombe, perché al momento di quelli disponevano a corte...

    Il Perti, maestro tra gli altri di Giovanni Battista Martini, fu compositore di musica prevalentemente vocale, e visse quasi sempre a Bologna, dove continuò l'opera e lo stile di compositori come Giacomo Carissimi.

    Score / Partitura (completa + coro + strumenti):

  • Giacomo Antonio Perti Salo Chamber Choir

    2:23

    This video is about Giacomo Antonio Perti Salo Chamber Choir

  • G.A. Perti : Sonata per 4 trombe, archi e continuo

    4:04

    Sonata per 4 trombe, archi e continuo
    di Giacomo Antonio Perti (1661-1756)

    registrazione su vinile (1972)
    prima tromba Helmut Wobisch
    I solisti di Zagreb - dir.: A. Janigro

    Questa sonata si trova in tre manoscritti conservati
    nell'Archivio della Chiesa di S. Petronio a Bologna,
    dove Perti fu maestro di cappella dal 1696 al 1756.

  • Magnificat a 4

    7:35

    Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America

    Magnificat a 4 · Color Temporis

    Perti: Messa, Salmi, Sinfonie e Magnificat

    ℗ 2012 Tactus

    Released on: 2012-10-01

    Choir: Color Temporis
    Conductor: Paolo Faldi
    Orchestra: Orchestra Barocca di Bologna
    Composer: Giacomo Antonio Perti

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  • De lamentatione Jeremiae Prophetae: Heth. Cogitavit

    9:16

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    De lamentatione Jeremiae Prophetae: Heth. Cogitavit · San Petronio Cappella Musicale Orchestra

    Perti: Lamentations / Liturgy for Good Friday

    ℗ 1996 Naxos

    Released on: 1996-01-26

    Conductor: Sergio Vartolo
    Orchestra: San Petronio Cappella Musicale Orchestra
    Composer: Giacomo Antonio Perti
    Engineer: Giovanni Melloncelli
    Producer: Silvia Melloncelli

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  • Abramo, Pt. 1: Part I: Aria: Gelosia, ne lalma mia

    3:03

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    Abramo, Pt. 1: Part I: Aria: Gelosia, ne l'alma mia (Sara) · Laura Antonaz

    Perti: Abramo

    ℗ 2014 Bongiovanni

    Released on: 2014-09-01

    Artist: Laura Antonaz
    Artist: Elena Biscuola
    Artist: Gastone Sarti
    Conductor: Gioele Gusberti
    Ensemble: Il Continuo
    Composer: Giacomo Antonio Perti

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  • Gaudeamus omnes

    3:21

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    Gaudeamus omnes (Chorus) · Basler Madrigalisten

    Perti: Grand Motets

    ℗ 2017 Pan Classics

    Released on: 2017-05-05

    Conductor: Daniela Dolci
    Ensemble: Basler Madrigalisten
    Ensemble: Musica Fiorita
    Composer: Giacomo Antonio Perti

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  • Reri Grist - Aestuat mundi mare - Giacomo Antonio Perti

    16:32

    Bologna 1966 - Orchestra del Teatro Comunale di Bologna - Tito Gotti

  • Gloria Banditelli - Rorate coeli desuper - Perti

    8:26

  • Giacomo Antonio Perti - Credo a tre cori

    4:24

    Cappella musicale di San Petronio - Federico Salce - live recording - Bologna 2000

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  • Giacomo Antonio Perti - Messa a 8 in Re maggiore - 1683

    14:43

    1: Sinfonia
    2: Kyrie I
    3: Christe
    4: Kyrie II

  • Giacomo Antonio Perti, Credo

    12:05

    Giacomo Antonio Perti (Bologna, 1661 - 1756)
    MESSA A 8 CONCERTATA PER S. DOMENICO - Credo
    Credo in unum Deum (00.00) - Crucifixus (03:23) - Et resurrexit (05:36)
    Manuscript: S. Petronio's Music Archive

    Recorded live in the Basilica of San Petronio, Bologna, Italy, 3rd October 2011


    Performers:


    S o l o i s t s i n C r u c i f i x u s
    Sonia Tedla, soprano I
    Katja De Sarlo, soprano II


    FIRST CHOIR in cornu evangelii (right in the video)

    V o c i d i c o n c e r t o
    Sonia Tedla, soprano
    Cristina Calzolari, alto
    Matteo Mezzaro, tenore
    Gabriele Lombardi, basso

    R i p i e n i
    CHOIR OF THE CAPPELLA MUSICALE DI S. PETRONIO

    I n s t r u m e n t s
    Sara Dieci, organo (Baldassarre Malamini, 1596)
    Roberto Gini, violoncello concertato
    Gianni Valgimigli, violone continuo
    Marco Angilella, violoncello ripieno
    Federico Bandini, violone ripieno
    Floriano Rosini, trombone


    SECOND CHOIR in cornu epistolæ (right in the video)

    V o c i d i c o n c e r t o
    Patrizia Vaccari, soprano
    Bianca Simone, alto
    Alberto Allegrezza, tenore
    Marcello Vargetto, basso

    R i p i e n i
    COLOR TEMPORIS VOCAL ENSEMBLE
    (Alberto Allegrezza, choir master)

    I n s t r u m e n t s
    Liuwe Tamminga, organo (Lorenzo di Giacomo da Prato, 1475)
    Gioele Gusberti, violoncello continuo
    Luca Bandini, violone continuo
    Antonio Braidi, violoncello ripieno
    Alessandro Marzocchi, violone ripieno
    Fabio Costa, trombone


    MICHELE VANNELLI, maestro di cappella


    This recording represents a testimony in sound of the concert for the feast of San Petronio held on 3rd October 2011, in coincidence with the celebrations for the 300th anniversary of the birth of Perti. For the occasion the performers were lined up along the horseshoe choir-stall that surrounds the presbytery of the basilica: the first chorus was on the left; the second set opposite nearly thirty metres away. This arrangement made it possible to recreate the performance and acoustic conditions, documented by copious iconography, which influenced both the composition and the performance of music in Bologna churches in the seventeenth century.

    The CAPPELLA MUSICALE ARCIVESCOVILE DELLA BASILICA DI SAN PETRONIO, founded in 1436 at the request of Pope Eugene IV, was one of the most important music institutions in Europe in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries; it produced important forms of instrumental music and boasted such outstanding musicians as Cazzati, Colonna, Perti, Vitali, Gabrielli, Torelli and Jacchini. The Cappella was formed anew in the 1980s, seeking to rediscover and enhance in a systematic manner the repertoire of the Bologna school, conserved in abundant quantities in the basilica's music archive. The rebirth came about in the light of recent studies of musical philology and of performance practice: under the direction of Sergio Vartolo, the Cappella Musicale di San Petronio formed the first orchestra with period instruments in Italy, boasting the collaboration of the most important musicians active in the field of so-called early music. The Cappella has given concerts all over Europe and has made recordings with Bongiovanni, Dynamic, Harmonia Mundi France, Naxos and Tactus. Michele Vannelli became maestro di cappella in 2006.

    Scores transcribed and edited by Michele Vannelli



    Video by Alessandro Guatti

  • Giacomo Antonio Perti - Messa La Lambertina -

    20:01

    Pavia 2009

  • Giacomo Antonio Perti, Messa a 12 - Sinfonia & Kyrie I

    5:30

    Giacomo Antonio Perti (Bologna, 1661-1756)
    MESSA A 12 (1687) - Sinfonia (0:00) & Kyrie I (02:05)
    For 12 soloists, 3 choirs, strings and basso continuo
    Manuscript: S. Petronio's Music Archive

    Recorded live in the Basilica of San Petronio, Bologna, Italy, 2nd October 2006
    Included in the CD Dynamic CDS707 Perti G. A., Messa a 12


    Performers:


    FIRST CHOIR in cornu evangelii

    Soloists
    Sonia Tedla, soprano
    Francesco Giusti, alto
    Michele Concato, tenor
    Carlo Bonarelli, bass

    Ripieni
    CHOIR OF THE CAPPELLA MUSICALE DI SAN PETRONIO
    Michele Vannelli, maestro di cappella

    Sara Dieci, organ (Baldassarre Malamini, 1596)


    SECOND CHOIR in cornu epistolæ

    Soloists
    Francesca Cassinari, soprano
    Jacopo Facchini, alto
    Alberto Allegrezza, tenor
    Gabriele Lombardi, bass

    Ripieni
    COLOR TEMPORIS VOCAL ENSEMBLE
    Marco Belluzzi, Chorus Master

    Marina Scaioli (Lorenzo da Prato, 1471-75 and Giovanni Battista Facchetti, 1531)


    THIRD CHOIR in the apse

    Soloists
    Elena Bertuzzi, soprano
    Raphaël Mas, alto
    Baltasar Zúñiga, tenor
    Abramo Rosalen, bass

    Ripieni
    COLLEGIUM MUSICUM ALMAE MATRIS CHAMBER CHOIR
    David Winton, Chorus Master

    Francesco Tasini, organ


    MICHELE VANNELLI, maestro di cappella

    This recording represents a testimony in sound of the concert for the feast of San Petronio held on 2nd October 2006, in coincidence with the celebrations for the 250th anniversary of the death of Perti. For the occasion over 120 performers were lined up along the horseshoe choir-stall that surrounds the presbytery of the basilica: the first chorus was on the left; the second set opposite nearly thirty metres away; the third choir was placed on the central balustrade of the choir-stall, beneath the semi-circular tribune which housed the orchestra. This arrangement made it possible to recreate the performance and acoustic conditions, documented by copious iconography, which influenced both the composition and the performance of music in Bologna churches in the seventeenth century.

    The CAPPELLA MUSICALE ARCIVESCOVILE DELLA BASILICA DI SAN PETRONIO, founded in 1436 at the request of Pope Eugene IV, was one of the most important music institutions in Europe in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries; it produced important forms of instrumental music and boasted such outstanding musicians as Cazzati, Colonna, Perti, Vitali, Gabrielli, Torelli and Jacchini. The Cappella was formed anew in the 1980s, seeking to rediscover and enhance in a systematic manner the repertoire of the Bologna school, conserved in abundant quantities in the basilica's music archive. The rebirth came about in the light of recent studies of musical philology and of performance practice: under the direction of Sergio Vartolo, the Cappella Musicale di San Petronio formed the first orchestra with period instruments in Italy, boasting the collaboration of the most important musicians active in the field of so-called early music. The Cappella has given concerts all over Europe and has made recordings with Bongiovanni, Dynamic, Harmonia Mundi France, Naxos and Tactus. Michele Vannelli became maestro di cappella in 2006.

    Scores transcribed and edited by Michele Vannelli




    background image: Basilica of San Petronio, detail of the inside; photo by Andrea Simili

  • Adoramus di G.A.Perti

    2:15

    Concerto di Natale del coro G.A.Perti di Bologna diretto da Emilia Baldanzi

  • La Lingua Profetica / Lanvellec Editions

    4:43

    LA LINGUA PROFETICA
    Par l'ensemble Concerto Soave (Dir. Jean-Marc Aymes)
    Oratorio de Giacomo Antonio Perti (1661-1756)
    Sortie : 20 octobre 2019

    María Cristina Kiehr (soprano) : Anne de Bretagne
    Lucile Richardot (mezzo-soprano) : Louise d'Angoulême
    Valerio Contaldo (ténor) : Charles VIII
    Stephan MacLeod (basse) : Saint François de Paule

    “La Lingua Profetica del taumaturgo di Paola, San Francesco” est un oratorio inédit de Giacomo Antonio Perti (1661-1756) redécouvert en 2014 par Francesco Lora, un musicologue bolonais, spécialiste de ce compositeur. Cet ouvrage, commandé par le mécène de Perti, Ferdinand de Médicis met en scène trois personnages de la cour de France du 15e siècle : Charles VIII, son épouse Anne de Bretagne et Louise de Savoie. Un quatrième personnage, le thaumaturge Saint François de Paule annoncera aux deux femmes la naissance respective de Charles-Orland et de François 1er. La perpétuation de la lignée royale sera assurée !

    Cet enregistrement est une première mondiale et vient enrichir notre connaissance sur ce compositeur italien. Jean-Marc Aymes, le directeur de Concerto Soave s’est entouré d’une équipe idéale – María Cristina Kiehr, Lucile Richardot, Valerio Contaldo et Stephan MacLeod – afin de nous offrir un enregistrement à la hauteur de cet événement.

    Enregistré du 19 au 22 novembre 2018 dans le Chœur des religieuses de la Chapelle Sainte-Anne de Lannion. Cet enregistrement a bénéficié du soutien de la Région Bretagne dans le cadre du dispositif Archipel du Patrimoine Breton.

    La direction artistique et technique de l’enregistrement de cet opus est confiée à François Eckert (Sonomaître).

    Lanvellec Editions - LE 00002
    Le disque est distribué par UVM Distribution


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  • Gaude felix, parens Hispania

    8:43

    Yetzabel Arias Fernandez, Gloria Banditelli

    Giacomo Antonio Perti: Gaude felix, parens Hispania

  • Messa a 12: Laudamus te

    1:30

    Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America

    Messa a 12: Laudamus te · San Petronio Cappella Musicale Chorus

    G.A. Perti in S. Petronio

    ℗ 2013 Dynamic

    Released on: 2013-02-01

    Choir: San Petronio Cappella Musicale Chorus
    Choir: Color Temporis
    Choir: Collegium Music Almae Matris Chamber Choir
    Conductor: Michele Vannelli
    Ensemble: San Petronio Cappella Musicale Orchestra
    Composer: Giacomo Antonio Perti

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  • Messa a 12: Domine Deus rex caelestis

    2:05

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    Messa a 12: Domine Deus rex caelestis · San Petronio Cappella Musicale Chorus

    G.A. Perti in S. Petronio

    ℗ 2013 Dynamic

    Released on: 2013-02-01

    Choir: San Petronio Cappella Musicale Chorus
    Choir: Color Temporis
    Choir: Collegium Music Almae Matris Chamber Choir
    Conductor: Michele Vannelli
    Ensemble: San Petronio Cappella Musicale Orchestra
    Composer: Giacomo Antonio Perti

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  • Cieli voi che ascondete

    2:43

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    Cieli voi che ascondete · Anonymous

    Percorsi della musica italiana

    ℗ 2012 Tactus

    Released on: 2012-10-01

    Artist: Anonymous
    Composer: Giacomo Antonio Perti

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  • Giacomo Antonio Perti Gesù al Sepolcro extracts

    8:16

    00:01 - Maria: Rec. ''Giovanni, ah tu del figlio'' / Aria ''Del campo il bel fiore''
    02:44 - S. Giovanni: Rec. ''No, che non e piu fiore'' / Aria ''Non ti conosco no''
    05:51 - Maria: Aria ''Membrea squallide, e cadenti''

    Solisti e orchestra della Cappella Musicale di San Petronio
    Maestro direttore al Cembalo: Sergio Vartolo





    ____________________________________________________________

    Giacomo Antonio Perti (6 June 1661 -- 10 April 1756) was an Italian composer of the Baroque era. He was mainly active at Bologna, where he was Maestro di Cappella for sixty years. He was the teacher of Giuseppe Torelli and Giovanni Battista Martini.
    He was born in Bologna, then part of the Papal States, and began studying music early, learning harpsichord and violin there; later he studied counterpoint. By the age of 17 he had already written a mass, a motet, and a setting of the Magnificat; and in 1678 he wrote his first opera and oratorio. During a stay in Parma, where he studied with Giuseppe Corso detto Celano, he formed his sacred music style; most of his psalm settings of the 1680s and 1690s show the influence of Corso. Later he went to Venice, most likely for a production of one of his operas.

    In 1690 he was appointed the post of Maestro di Cappella at S Pietro, replacing his uncle Lorenzo Perti. In 1696 he became Maestro di Cappella in another Bolognese church, S.Petronio, after the death of Giovanni Paolo Colonna the year before. He remained in charge for exactly sixty years, until his death at age 95.
    Perti was a prolific composer of operas and sacred music, and was recognized as a distinguished musician not only by other composers, but by aristocrats and emperors, including Ferdinando de' Medici (one of the last of the Medici) and Emperors Leopold I and Charles VI.

  • Oratorio della Passione: Gesu al Sepolcro: Part II: Ah! per me

    2:38

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    Oratorio della Passione: Gesu al Sepolcro: Part II: Ah! per me (S. Maria Maddalena) · Lina Maria Akerlund

    Perti: Oratorio della Passione: Gesu al Sepolcro

    ℗ 2012 Tactus

    Released on: 2012-10-01

    Artist: Lina Maria Akerlund
    Artist: Monique Zanetti
    Artist: Claudio Cavina
    Artist: Andrew Walker Schultze
    Artist: Mario Cecchetti
    Choir: San Petronio Cappella Musicale Chorus
    Conductor: Sergio Vartolo
    Orchestra: San Petronio Cappella Musicale Orchestra
    Composer: Giacomo Antonio Perti

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  • Mottetto Alleluia, G. A. Perti | DVBF 2018

    8:15

    Estratti dal mottetto Alleluia di G. A. Perti

    Benedetta Corti, soprano
    Elisabetta Vuocolo, contralto
    Vincenzo Franchini, alto
    Francesco Marchetti, tenore
    Lorenzo Martinuzzi, basso

    Coro e orchestra, I Musici del Gran Principe

    Samuele Lastrucci, direttore

    Registrazione LIVE 22 giugno 2018,
    Basilica della Ss.ma Annunziata di Firenze

    Da Vinci Baroque Festival 2018

  • Io son zitella

    1:41

    This is a clever little canzonetta by the Bolognese composer Jacopo (or Giacomo) Antonio Perti (1661-1756). Perti was the Maestro di Capella at San Petronio in Bologna for sixty years until his death at age 95. He was also the teacher of Giuseppe Torelli and Giovanni Battista Martini.

  • Gaudeamus omnes: Te semper volumus amare

    3:48

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    Gaudeamus omnes: Te semper volumus amare (Chorus) · Basler Madrigalisten

    Perti: Grand Motets

    ℗ 2017 Pan Classics

    Released on: 2017-05-05

    Conductor: Daniela Dolci
    Ensemble: Basler Madrigalisten
    Ensemble: Musica Fiorita
    Composer: Giacomo Antonio Perti

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  • Oratorio della Passione: Gesu al Sepolcro: Part I: Mio figlio, ah! non piu mio, se a me ti...

    3:31

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    Oratorio della Passione: Gesu al Sepolcro: Part I: Mio figlio, ah! non piu mio, se a me ti tolse - Qual ti vidi ah! piu non sei (Maria) · Lina Maria Akerlund

    Perti: Oratorio della Passione: Gesu al Sepolcro

    ℗ 2012 Tactus

    Released on: 2012-10-01

    Artist: Lina Maria Akerlund
    Artist: Monique Zanetti
    Artist: Claudio Cavina
    Artist: Andrew Walker Schultze
    Artist: Mario Cecchetti
    Choir: San Petronio Cappella Musicale Chorus
    Conductor: Sergio Vartolo
    Orchestra: San Petronio Cappella Musicale Orchestra
    Composer: Giacomo Antonio Perti

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  • Giacomo Antonio Perti - Messa a 8 in re maggiore - 1683

    10:57

    5: Gloria
    6: Et in terra pax
    7: Laudamus te
    8: Gratias agimus tibi
    9: Domine Deus
    10: Domine Fili

  • 05. Inter vestibulum - Giacomo Antonio Perti

    3:39

    Inter vestibulum. Giacomo Antonio Perti. Izpilda Vocalica. Garīgās mūzikas koncerts Jaunpilī 2011.

  • Messa a 12: Cum sancto spiritu

    2:40

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    Messa a 12: Cum sancto spiritu · San Petronio Cappella Musicale Chorus

    G.A. Perti in S. Petronio

    ℗ 2013 Dynamic

    Released on: 2013-02-01

    Choir: San Petronio Cappella Musicale Chorus
    Choir: Color Temporis
    Choir: Collegium Music Almae Matris Chamber Choir
    Conductor: Michele Vannelli
    Ensemble: San Petronio Cappella Musicale Orchestra
    Composer: Giacomo Antonio Perti

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  • Tenebrae factae sunt

    4:07

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    Tenebrae factae sunt · San Petronio Cappella Musicale Orchestra

    Perti: Lamentations / Liturgy for Good Friday

    ℗ 1996 Naxos

    Released on: 1996-01-26

    Conductor: Sergio Vartolo
    Orchestra: San Petronio Cappella Musicale Orchestra
    Composer: Giacomo Antonio Perti
    Engineer: Giovanni Melloncelli
    Producer: Silvia Melloncelli

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  • CORO LORETO PASQUA 2001 ADORAMUS TE CHRISTE GIACOMO ANTONIO PERTI

    2:53

    Concerto Pasqua 2001 - coro Don Silvio Agazzi parrocchia di Loreto, Bergamo - solista baritono Silverio Castelli

  • Cantate laeta carmina

    3:53

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    Cantate laeta carmina (Chorus) · Basler Madrigalisten

    Perti: Grand Motets

    ℗ 2017 Pan Classics

    Released on: 2017-05-05

    Conductor: Daniela Dolci
    Ensemble: Basler Madrigalisten
    Ensemble: Musica Fiorita
    Composer: Giacomo Antonio Perti

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  • tu lo sai

    2:26

    Tu lo sai
    Giuseppe Torelli

    Dixie Lacuesta, soprano
    Mikhail Lastrilla, pianist

    lyrics
    Tu lo sai quanto t'amai,
    Tu lo sai, lo sai crudel!
    Io non bramo altra mercè,
    Ma ricordati di me,
    E poi sprezza un infedel.

    english translation of lyrics

    You now know how I loved you,
    You now know, my cruel love !
    Other loves I don't desire,
    just remember your old lover
    bringing scorn to the unfaithful.

    about the song:
    I really loved you; remember that!
    this aria is the final movement of a solo cantata,
    come potesti lasciarmi, infida (how could you ever leave me, unfaithful woman?)
    the piece as a whole is a complaint of a lover who feels that his deep and sincere affection has been unjustly betrayed.


    about the composer:
    Giuseppe Torelli (April 22, 1658 February 8, 1709) was an Italian violist, violinist, teacher, and composer.

    Torelli is most remembered for his contributions to the development of the instrumental concerto (Newman 1972, p. 142), especially concerti grossi and the solo concerto, for strings and continuo, as well as being the most prolific Baroque composer for trumpets (Tarr 1974).

    Torelli was born in Verona. It is not known with whom he studied violin though it has been speculated that he was a pupil of Leonardo Brugnoli or Bartolomeo Laurenti, but it is certain that he studied composition with Giacomo Antonio Perti (Schnoebelen and Vanscheeuwijk 2001). On June 27, 1684, at the age of 26, he became a member of the Accademia Filarmonica as suonatore di violino (Schnoebelen and Vanscheeuwijk 2001). By 1698 he was maestro di concerto at the court of Georg Friedrich II, Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach, where he conducted the orchestra for Le pazzie d'amore e dell'interesse, an idea drammatica composed by the maestro di cappella, the castrato Francesco Antonio Pistocchi, before leaving for Vienna in December 1699 (Schnoebelen and Vanscheeuwijk 2001). He returned to Bologna sometime before February (1701), when he is listed as a violinist in the newly re-formed cappella musicale at San Petronio, directed by his former composition teacher Perti (Schnoebelen and Vanscheeuwijk 2001).

    He died in Bologna in 1709, where his manuscripts are conserved in the San Petronio archives. Giuseppe's brother, Felice Torelli, was a Bolognese painter of modest reputation, who went on to be a founding member of the Accademia Clementina. The most notable amongst Giuseppe's many pupils was Francesco Manfredini.

  • Giacomo Antonio Perti - Messa a 8 in Re maggiore - 1683

    10:46

    11: Domine Fili
    12: Domine Deus Agnus Dei
    13: Qui tollis
    14: Quoniam
    15: Cum Sancto Spiritu

  • Messa a 12: Kyrie eleison

    2:19

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    Messa a 12: Kyrie eleison · San Petronio Cappella Musicale Chorus

    G.A. Perti in S. Petronio

    ℗ 2013 Dynamic

    Released on: 2013-02-01

    Choir: San Petronio Cappella Musicale Chorus
    Choir: Color Temporis
    Choir: Collegium Music Almae Matris Chamber Choir
    Conductor: Michele Vannelli
    Ensemble: San Petronio Cappella Musicale Orchestra
    Composer: Giacomo Antonio Perti

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  • Giacomo Antonio Perti Messa a cinque extracts

    9:28

    00:00 - III. Christe a tre (soprano, alto e basso)
    02:25 - V. Gloria (coro)
    03:34 - VII. Laudamus te (soprano solo)
    05:45 - VIII. Domine Deus (alto solo)
    07:45 - IX. Domine filii unigenite (a due soprani)

    Orchestra Barocca di Bologna
    Paolo Faldi, conductor




    ______________________________________________________________

    Giacomo Antonio Perti (6 June 1661 -- 10 April 1756) was an Italian composer of the Baroque era. He was mainly active at Bologna, where he was Maestro di Cappella for sixty years. He was the teacher of Giuseppe Torelli and Giovanni Battista Martini.
    He was born in Bologna, then part of the Papal States, and began studying music early, learning harpsichord and violin there; later he studied counterpoint. By the age of 17 he had already written a mass, a motet, and a setting of the Magnificat; and in 1678 he wrote his first opera and oratorio. During a stay in Parma, where he studied with Giuseppe Corso detto Celano, he formed his sacred music style; most of his psalm settings of the 1680s and 1690s show the influence of Corso. Later he went to Venice, most likely for a production of one of his operas.

    In 1690 he was appointed the post of Maestro di Cappella at S Pietro, replacing his uncle Lorenzo Perti. In 1696 he became Maestro di Cappella in another Bolognese church, S.Petronio, after the death of Giovanni Paolo Colonna the year before. He remained in charge for exactly sixty years, until his death at age 95.

    Perti was a prolific composer of operas and sacred music, and was recognized as a distinguished musician not only by other composers, but by aristocrats and emperors, including Ferdinando de' Medici (one of the last of the Medici) and Emperors Leopold I and Charles VI.

  • Giuseppe Corsi detto Celano, Adoramus te

    4:23

    Giuseppe Corsi detto Celano (Celano, 1630 - Modena, 1690)
    ADORAMUS TE CHRISTE

    Recorded live in the Basilica of San Petronio, Bologna, Italy, 3rd October 2011


    Performers:


    FIRST CHOIR in cornu evangelii (right in the video)

    CHOIR OF THE CAPPELLA MUSICALE DI S. PETRONIO

    I n s t r u m e n t s
    Sara Dieci, organo (Baldassarre Malamini, 1596)
    Roberto Gini, violoncello concertato
    Gianni Valgimigli, violone continuo
    Gioele Gusberti, violoncello ripieno
    Federico Bandini, violone ripieno
    Floriano Rosini, trombone


    SECOND CHOIR in cornu epistolæ (right in the video)

    COLOR TEMPORIS VOCAL ENSEMBLE
    (Alberto Allegrezza, choir master)

    Liuwe Tamminga, organo (Lorenzo di Giacomo da Prato, 1475)
    Marco Angilella, violoncello continuo
    Luca Bandini, violone continuo
    Antonio Braidi, violoncello ripieno
    Alessandro Marzocchi, violone ripieno
    Fabio Costa, trombone


    MICHELE VANNELLI, maestro di cappella


    This recording represents a testimony in sound of the concert for the feast of San Petronio held on 3rd October 2011, in coincidence with the celebrations for the 300th anniversary of the birth of Perti, that studied counterpoint under Giuseppe Corsi Celano. For the occasion the performers were lined up along the horseshoe choir-stall that surrounds the presbytery of the basilica: the first chorus was on the left; the second set opposite nearly thirty metres away. This arrangement made it possible to recreate the performance and acoustic conditions, documented by copious iconography, which influenced both the composition and the performance of music in Bologna churches in the seventeenth century.

    The CAPPELLA MUSICALE ARCIVESCOVILE DELLA BASILICA DI SAN PETRONIO, founded in 1436 at the request of Pope Eugene IV, was one of the most important music institutions in Europe in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries; it produced important forms of instrumental music and boasted such outstanding musicians as Cazzati, Colonna, Perti, Vitali, Gabrielli, Torelli and Jacchini. The Cappella was formed anew in the 1980s, seeking to rediscover and enhance in a systematic manner the repertoire of the Bologna school, conserved in abundant quantities in the basilica's music archive. The rebirth came about in the light of recent studies of musical philology and of performance practice: under the direction of Sergio Vartolo, the Cappella Musicale di San Petronio formed the first orchestra with period instruments in Italy, boasting the collaboration of the most important musicians active in the field of so-called early music. The Cappella has given concerts all over Europe and has made recordings with Bongiovanni, Dynamic, Harmonia Mundi France, Naxos and Tactus. Michele Vannelli became maestro di cappella in 2006.

    Scores transcribed and edited by Michele Vannelli



    Video by Alessandro Guatti

  • Oratorio della Passione: Gesu al Sepolcro: Part II: Maria, deh! mi cancedi - Di piu di quel che...

    3:57

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    Oratorio della Passione: Gesu al Sepolcro: Part II: Maria, deh! mi cancedi - Di piu di quel che fe (S. Giovanni) · Lina Maria Akerlund

    Perti: Oratorio della Passione: Gesu al Sepolcro

    ℗ 2012 Tactus

    Released on: 2012-10-01

    Artist: Lina Maria Akerlund
    Artist: Monique Zanetti
    Artist: Claudio Cavina
    Artist: Andrew Walker Schultze
    Artist: Mario Cecchetti
    Choir: San Petronio Cappella Musicale Chorus
    Conductor: Sergio Vartolo
    Orchestra: San Petronio Cappella Musicale Orchestra
    Composer: Giacomo Antonio Perti

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  • Oratorio della Passione: Gesu al Sepolcro: Part I: Sinfonia - Cieli, voi che ascondete -...

    7:12

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    Oratorio della Passione: Gesu al Sepolcro: Part I: Sinfonia - Cieli, voi che ascondete - Palesate, miei lumi , al mio core (Centurione) · Lina Maria Akerlund

    Perti: Oratorio della Passione: Gesu al Sepolcro

    ℗ 2012 Tactus

    Released on: 2012-10-01

    Artist: Lina Maria Akerlund
    Artist: Monique Zanetti
    Artist: Claudio Cavina
    Artist: Andrew Walker Schultze
    Artist: Mario Cecchetti
    Choir: San Petronio Cappella Musicale Chorus
    Conductor: Sergio Vartolo
    Orchestra: San Petronio Cappella Musicale Orchestra
    Composer: Giacomo Antonio Perti

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  • Perti: Sperar io no dovrei

    2:14

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    Perti: Sperar io no dovrei · José Carreras · English Chamber Orchestra · Vjekoslav Sutej

    The Pleasure of Love

    ℗ 1993 Universal International Music B.V.

    Released on: 1993-03-01

    Producer: Anna Barry
    Producer: Erik Smith
    Composer: Giacomo Antonio Perti

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