Antonio Caldara

Antonio Caldara - Opera Arias (Valer Sabadus) [2015]  Music

Posted by Vilboa at Feb. 14, 2017
Antonio Caldara - Opera Arias (Valer Sabadus) [2015]

Antonio Caldara - Opera Arias (Valer Sabadus) [2015]
Classical | Sony 88875129732 | TT: 69.13 | EAC (FLAC, cue, log) | Covers | 367 MB

The Venetian composer Antonio Caldara was one of the most famous musicians of his day. In his operas, oratorios and cantatas he showcased the exceptional talents of his singers and the solo virtuosity of his instrumentalists, while also demonstrating an extraordinary wealth of musical ideas. Valer Sabadus and the ensemble nuono aspetto present a varied selection of Caldara's arias of irresistible beauty and fascination - six of them to be heard for the first time.

Antonio Caldara - Sonate a Violoncello Solo, 1735 [2010]  Music

Posted by Sowulo at Jan. 15, 2016
Antonio Caldara - Sonate a Violoncello Solo, 1735 [2010]

Antonio Caldara (1670 - 1736) - Sonate à Violoncello Solo, 1735 [2010]
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | Scans | 1cd, 391.50 MB
Classical | Label: Arcana | Catalog Nos: A356

Charles Avison named Caldara along with Arcangelo Corelli, Alessandro Scarlatti and George Frideric Handel as the composers …
"… whose works have been thoroughly proved and have stood the never failing test of time." Charles Burney wrote in his famous History of Music "Caldara was one of the greatest professors both for the Church and the stage that Italy can boast" and "there is no composer of oratorios anterior to Handel of whose choruses I have any great expectations, except Caldara."
Antonio Caldara - Medea Cantates pour alto solo - Gerard Lesne - Il Seminario Musicale

Antonio Caldara - Medea Cantates pour alto solo - Gerard Lesne - Il Seminario Musicale
EAC RIP | APE + CUE + LOG | NO COVER | 313 Mb
Classical | Virgin Veritas 0777 7590582 3

Antonio Caldara - Sonate a Violoncello  

Posted by alekhno at May 8, 2008
Antonio Caldara - Sonate a Violoncello

Antonio Caldara - Sonate a Violoncello solo col basso
Classical | APE | 1 CD | Covers | 320 Mb | rs.com
L'Aura Soave

Antonio Caldara - Suonate da Camera Opera II  

Posted by alekhno at Feb. 29, 2008
Antonio Caldara - Suonate da Camera Opera II

Antonio Caldara - Suonate da Camera Opera II
Classical | APE & CUE | 1 CD | Covers | 386 Mb

Antonio Caldara - 12 Sinfonie A Quattro  

Posted by alekhno at Feb. 2, 2008
Antonio Caldara - 12 Sinfonie A Quattro

Antonio Caldara - 12 Sinfonie A Quattro
Classical | FLAC & CUE | 1 CD | Covers | 371 Mb | rs.com
Handel, Caldara - Carmelite Vespers 1709 (Alessandro de Marchi) [2012]

Handel, Caldara - Carmelite Vespers 1709 (Alessandro de Marchi) [2012]
Classical | Deutsche Harmonia Mundi 88691926042 | TT: 100.37 | EAC (FLAC, cue, log) | Covers | 481 Mb

“Carmelite Vespers 1709” presents a reconstruction of musical performances in Rome in 1709, based on a new critical edition by Italian Handel expert Angela Romagnoli. In early 18th century-Rome the holiday of Madonna del Carmine was celebrated with a lavish musical pasticcio. Italian Early Music specialist Alessandro de Marchi, his Academia Montis Regalis and an excellent ensemble of solo vocalists present the reconstruction of such a service as it might have been performed in 1709 under the direction of Venetian master Antonio Caldara (1670–1736). The programme combines lesser-known but stunningly beautiful pieces by Caldara himself with famous motets by his predecessor Handel such as “Dixit Dominus” or “Laudate pueri”.

Caldara - Morte e sepoltura di Christo (Fabio Biondi) [2015]  Music

Posted by Vilboa at April 7, 2017
Caldara - Morte e sepoltura di Christo (Fabio Biondi) [2015]

Caldara - Morte e sepoltura di Christo (Fabio Biondi) [2015]
Classical | Glossa GCD923403 | TT: 124.37 | EAC (FLAC, cue, log) | Covers | 579 Mb

With Antonio Caldara’s 'Morte e sepoltura di Christo', released on Glossa just after a new album devoted to Vivaldi’s late violin concertos, Fabio Biondi returns to the Italian oratorio, another of his specialities. The Venetians Caldara and Vivaldi may have been contemporaries but their career paths led them in different directions, and Caldara was to spend much time working in Mantua and Rome before securing the position of vice-Kapellmeister for the Holy Roman Emperor Charles VI in Vienna.
La Ritirata, Josetxu Obregón - Caldara - The Cervantes Operas (2016)

La Ritirata, Josetxu Obregón - Caldara - The Cervantes Operas (2016)
MP3 (CBR 320 kbps) | Covers + Digital Booklet | 70:06 | 172 MB
Genre: Classical, Opera | Label: Glossa

In commemoration of the 400th anniversary of the death of Miguel de Cervantes, La Ritirata and Josetxu Obregon have created a program for Glossa sallying forth on the back of music composed by Antonio Caldara and inspired by El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Manch. Antonio Caldara was neither the first nor the last composer to have his compositional ingenuity sparked off by Cervantes' timeless masterpiece. Interspersed between these vocal contributions are a series of instrumental ballets composed for these operas.

Caldara - Il più bel nome (Emilio Moreno) (2010)  Music

Posted by Vilboa at Nov. 10, 2016
Caldara - Il più bel nome (Emilio Moreno) (2010)

Caldara - Il più bel nome (Emilio Moreno)
Classical | Glossa GCD 920310 | 2010 | TT: 117.31 | EAC (FLAC, cue, log) | Covers | 549 Mb

A signal moment in the arrival of Italian music on Spanish soil came in the summer of 1708 when Antonio Caldara, finding his opportunities for providing dramatic works for the opera-loving Duke of Mantua limited by the War of the Spanish Succession, headed off to Barcelona to take on acommission for putting on an operatic work from Archduke Charles (“Carlos III”), who was preparing his own wedding festivities at the court he had established in order to contend for the Spanish throne. For three centuries this serenata, Il più bel nome has (like much of the hugely successful theatre music of its time written by this Baroque composer from Venice) been passed over – thereby presenting Emilio Moreno and El Concierto Español with a superb opportunity to gather together an outstanding quintet of soloists to lead this paean of praise to St Elisabeth and, by extension, to Archduke Charles’ future wife, Princess Elisabeth Christine of Wolfenbüttel.