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Gioachino Rossini – Stabat Mater (1997)

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Gioachino Rossini – Stabat Mater (1997)


1. 1. Stabat Mater dolorosa - 1. Stabat Mater dolorosa	Luba Orgonasova	10:15	
2. 2. Cujus animam gementem - 2. Cujus animam gementem	Raúl Gimenez	5:29
3. 3. Quis est homo qui non fleret - 3. Quis est homo qui non fleret	Luba Orgonasova	6:30
4. 4. Pro peccatis suae gentis - 4. Pro peccatis suae gentis	Roberto Scandiuzzi	4:19
5. 5. Eja Mater fons amoris - 5. Eja Mater fons amoris	Roberto Scandiuzzi	5:09	
6. 6. Sancta Mater istud agas - 6. Sancta Mater istud agas	Luba Orgonasova	6:41	
7. 7. Fac ut portem Christi mortem - 7. Fac ut portem Christi mortem	Cecilia Bartoli	4:29	
8. 8. Inflammatus et accensus - 8. Inflammatus et accensus	Luba Orgonasova	4:21	
9. 9. Quando corpus morietur - 9. Quando corpus morietur	Luba Orgonasova	6:14
10. 10. Amen - 10. Amen	Luba Orgonasova	5:56

Luba Orgonasova [Soprano]
Cecilia Bartoli [Mezzo-Soprano]
Raúl Gimenez [Tenor]
Roberto Scandiuzzi [Bass]
Konzertvereinigung Wiener Staatsopernchor
Wiener Philharmoniker 
Myung-Whun Chung [Conductor]

 

Even though Rossini was not interested in producing a setting of the Stabat Mater (he wrote it solely at the insistence of a client who thankfully applied the needed pressure) and it was not fully completed for almost 10 years, this work has a remarkable sense of continuity, not to mention beauty. The opening 'Stabat mater dolorosa' is a terrific, tour de force for chorus and soloists. It perfectly captures the aching grief central to the Stabat Mater poem. After the dire opening chords of 'Cujus animam gementem', a lilting Rossini aria blossoms in which Raul Gimenez demonstrates his enviable bel canto tenor. He is without a doubt the highlight of the disk, shining again during the quartetto for soloists 'Sancta Mater'. The Soprano/Alto Duetto 'Quis est homo' undulates with gorgeous sonorities. The chorus makes a big comeback during the 'Inflammatus et accensus' with its Berliozesque explosions. The finale is ripe with melody and texture. All in all, a great choral experience and a great setting of the Stabat Mater. Chung's directing is tight and the sound quality is crisp. A must own choral disc. ---D. Seymour, amazon.com

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