• AE10103 Katalognummer
  • 4026798101039 EAN
  • CD Format
  • 2018 Utgivelsesår

Capriola di gioia

Amaryllis – soprano | Naessens, Bart (claviorganum)

Heinichen, Johann David | Anonymous | Sances, Giovanni Felice | Scarlatti, Alessandro | Caldara, Antonio | Pistocchi, Francesco Antonio Mamiliano



Heinichen, Johann David: Là, dove in grembo al colle;
Anonymous: Ricercar; Aria di Fiorenza;
Sances, Giovanni Felice: Usurpator tiranno; I miel desir;
Scarlatti, Alessandro: Toccata;
Caldara, Antonio: Partenza;
Pistocchi, Francesco Antonio Mamiliano: Dolorosa partenza;



This duo is a secret trio: when soprano Amaryllis Dieltiens and continuo player Bart Naessens are celebrating their 10th anniversary of "Capriolo di Gioia", then there is a third, unmistakeable protagonist: the sonorous claviorganum (combination of harpsichord and organ) by Markus Harder-Völkmann, a very convincing representative of this rare instrument group.

Dieltiens and Naessens show that the impressive keyboard instrument can be used in a variety of ways in the continuo to present colorful and powerful Italian music of the 17th and 18th centuries. Johann David Heinichen’s great cantata "Là, dove in grembo al colle" may also be counted as Italian music, thus it was written in Italian style during his stay in Italy. Amaryllis Dieltien's soprano is the perfect completion, here she shines theatrically as well as lyrically.


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