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Cecilia Bartoli - St Petersburg (2014) [TR24][OF]  Vinyl & HR

Posted by SERTiL at Jan. 12, 2017
Cecilia Bartoli - St Petersburg (2014) [TR24][OF]

Cecilia Bartoli - St Petersburg
Classical | FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | 77:52 min | 1.48 GB | Digital booklet
Label: Decca | Tracks: 11 | Rls.date: 2014

Bartoli returns with a majestic new album of world premiere recordings. For the very first time she explores the Baroque musical treasures of Tsarist Russia with music from the court of three 18th century Tsaristas: Anna, Elizabeth and Catherine the Great. Music written by Italian and German composers working for the Russian court, this album is mostly sung in Italian, though also offers the first opportunity to hear Bartoli sing in Russian.

Cecilia Bartoli/Vienna Chamber Orchestra - Mozart Portraits (1994)  Music

Posted by TestTickles at Dec. 16, 2016
Cecilia Bartoli/Vienna Chamber Orchestra - Mozart Portraits (1994)

Cecilia Bartoli/Vienna Chamber Orchestra - Mozart Portraits (1994)
EAC Rip | FLAC with CUE and log | scans | 267 mb
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 141 mb
Genre: classical, opera

Mozart Portraits is a 1994 CD by Cecilia Bartoli, who is lead by the Vienna Chamber Orchestra, who perform five compositions by Mozart. This was released on the London label.
Cecilia Bartoli, Andras Schiff ‎- Italian Songs: Beethoven, Mozart, Schubert, Haydn (1993)

Cecilia Bartoli, András Schiff ‎- Italian Songs: Beethoven, Mozart, Schubert, Haydn (1993)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 266 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 180 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Classical, Vocal | Label: Decca | # 440 297-2 | Time: 01:07:59

This was to be the end of the line for Italian word-setting by Viennese composers: once the confident sentiments that belonged to the poet Metastasio's opera seria felt the chill and threatening wind of Enlightenment and Revolution, their time was up. Even we, for the most part, prefer to remember the German-speaking Beethoven, Schubert and Haydn. So it is good to be reminded of their responses to the Italian muse (usually as part of their craft-learning student work) in this particularly well-cast recital. Central Europe, in the person of Andras Schiff meets Italy, in Cecilia Bartoli, to delightful, often revelatory effect.
Cecilia Bartoli, James Levine - An Italian Songbook: Rossini, Bellini, Donizetti (1997)

Cecilia Bartoli, James Levine - An Italian Songbook: Rossini, Bellini, Donizetti (1997)
EAC | APE | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 272 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 188 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Classical, Vocal | Label: London/Decca | # 455 513-2 | Time: 01:07:23

The Italian mezzo-soprano Cecilia Bartoli is one of the most charming and talented singers to appear on the scene in recent years, and this collection of Italian songs by three great opera composers–Bellini, Donizetti, and Rossini–is a most deserving bestseller. There are many small pleasures in the selections, which reflect the bel canto predilections of their authors, and Bartoli renders them artfully. Some will be familiar even to casual listeners (Rossini's La Danza, the famous tarantella); others will be new to most, but equally deserving of a hearing. The sensitive and skillful accompaniment is by conductor-pianist James Levine.

Cecilia Bartoli - St.Petersburg  Music

Posted by Bibixy at Oct. 18, 2014
Cecilia Bartoli - St.Petersburg

Cecilia Bartoli - St. Petersburg (2014)
MP3 192 Kbps | Lame encoded | Tracks, Covers | RAR 117 Mb

For the very first time Cecilia Bartoli explores the Baroque musical treasures of Tsarist Russia with music from the court of three 18th century Tsaristas: Anna, Elizabeth and Catherine the Great. With music written by Italian and German composers working for the Russian court, this album sheds new light on an incredible and momentous time for Russia, shaping its politics and culture towards the enlightened West. Mostly sung in Italian, the album also offers the first opportunity to hear Bartoli sing in Russian. The music has been intricately researched by Cecilia herself, unlocking the archives of St Petersburg’s Mariinsky Library to uncover music lost for over 200 years. The new recording reunites Bartoli with Baroque specialists Diego Fasolis & I Barocchisti.

Mission - Cecilia Bartoli (2012)  Music

Posted by peotuvave at Feb. 25, 2013
Mission - Cecilia Bartoli (2012)

Mission - Cecilia Bartoli (2012)
EAC Rip | Flac (Tracks + cue + log) | 1 CD | Full Scans | 448 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: Decca | Catalog Number: 001742002

Autumn 2012 marks the release of Mission, a sensational new album from the world’s best-selling classical artist, Cecilia Bartoli, and a project with international politics, religious conflict, diplomatic secrecy, spying and sensational music at its heart.

Cecilia Bartoli · Mozart Portrait  Music

Posted by platico at Aug. 23, 2009
Cecilia Bartoli · Mozart Portrait

Cecilia Bartoli · Mozart Portrait · Vienna Chamber Orchestra · Gyorgy Fischer
APE+ CUE 261 MB | MP3 HQ 100 MB | EASY CD-DA 12 | No Log | Booklet | 1994
Cecilia Bartoli, Diego Fasolis, I Barocchisti - St. Petersburg (2014)

Cecilia Bartoli, Diego Fasolis, I Barocchisti - St. Petersburg (2014)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 452 Mb | Total time: 77:57 | Scans included
Classical | Label: DECCA | # 478 6767 | Recorded: 2014

For the later part of her career, Italian mezzo-soprano Cecilia Bartoli has apparently settled on a campaign of major conceptual releases covering all-but-unknown repertory, and St. Petersburg fits right in. It's a collection of arias from operas written in the second half of the 18th century for the Russian imperial court, which had imported the best Italian and German composers money could buy. The names of all but Mozart's contemporary Domenico Cimarosa are unknown today. Most of the arias are in Italian, but a couple are in Russian, and to untutored ears Bartoli brings her trademark passion to them. This is the kind of release where one can quibble with any number of details. Bartoli sounds thick in some places, strained in others. The material is a bit uneven, with especially the last two pieces creating a bit of a letdown, although much of it does indeed live up to major-forgotten-works billing.
Adam Fischer, Orchestra La Scintilla of the Opernhaus Zurich, Cecilia Bartoli - Halévy: Clari (2010)

Adam Fischer, Orchestra La Scintilla of the Opernhaus Zurich, Cecilia Bartoli - Halévy: Clari (2010)
NTSC 16:9 (720x480) | Italiano (LinearPCM, 2 ch) | (DTS, 5 ch) | 158 min | 4,14+5,18 Gb (DVD5+DVD9)
Classical | Label: DECCA | Sub: English, Francais, Deutsch, Italiano, Espanol | Recorded: 2008

Cecilia Bartoli recreates the 1828 triumph of the legendary Maria Malibran - original star and dedicatee of Halévy's "tragi-comedy", Clari. Tracing the love of a callow country-girl for a duplicitous Duke, this hugely entertaining and first-ever modern production of Clari proved the overwhelming hit of the Zurich Opera season. Zurich Opera's own period-instrument orchestra, La Scintilla, under Adam Fischer, contribute a thoroughly researched, stylistically and historically well-informed accompaniment, yet without neglecting the liveliness and spirit of Italian opera.
Gabriele Ferro, Orchestra del Teatro Comunale di Bologna, Luciana Serra, Cecilia Bartoli - Rossini: La Scala di Seta (2002)

Gabriele Ferro, Orchestra del Teatro Comunale di Bologna, Luciana Serra, Cecilia Bartoli - Rossini: La Scala di Seta (2002)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 488 Mb | Total time: 49:12+44:04 | Scans included
Classical | Label: Warner Fonit | # 0927 43307-2 | Recorded: 1988

"La scala di seta" is an operatic farsa comica in one act by Gioachino Rossini to a libretto by Giuseppe Maria Foppa. It was first performed in Venice, Italy, at the Teatro San Moisè on 9 May 1812. The overture has been frequently recorded and continues to be featured in the modern concert repertoire.
From 1810 to 1813, the young Rossini composed four Italian farse, beginning with La cambiale di matrimonio (The Bill of Marriage), his first opera, and ending with Il Signor Bruschino. These types of short pieces were popular in Venice at the end of the 18th century and the beginning of the 19th century. The pieces were intimate, with a cast of five to seven singers, always including a pair of lovers, at least two comic parts, and one or two other minor roles. The style called for much visual comedy improvised by the players. As compared to many genres of opera, acting and comedic talent is more important relative to the required singing ability. Rossini’s farces also have a significant sentimental element.