Cecilia Bartoli - Sacrificium (CD)

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Mezzo-soprano Cecilia Bartoli sings the glorious music inspired by the ‘Castrati,’ featuring works from the 17th and 18th centuries performed on period instruments, including Nicola Porpora's In Braccio a Mille Furie,  Leonardo Vinci's Chi Temea Giove Regnante, and Antonio Caldara's Profezie di Me Diceste.

“A classic Bartoli offering… [The arias'] virtuosity and range of emotion are as remarkable as Bartoli's excitingly, flawlessly passionate delivery of them.” – bbc.co.uk

Track Listings:  (*world premiere recording)
1. Come nave in mezzo all’onde* [Siface] from Act II of Siface (Nicola Porpora)
2. Profezie, di me diceste* [Sedecia] from Sedecia (Antonio Caldara)
3. Cadrò, ma qual si mira* [Demetrio] from Berenice (Francesco Araia)
4. Parto, ti lascio, o cara* [Arminio] from Act II of Germanico in Germania (Nicola Porpora)
5. Usignolo sventurato* [Siface] from Act II of Siface (Nicola Porpora)
6. Misero pargoletto* [Timante] from Act III of Demofoonte (Carl Heinrich Graun)
7. In braccio a mille furie* [Mirteo] from Act III of Semiramide riconosciuta (Nicola Porpora)
8. Qual farfalla* [Decio] from Act II of Zenobia in Palmira (Leonardo Leo)
9. Nobil onda [Adelaide] from Adelaide (Nicola Porpora)
10. Deh, tu bel Dio d'amore…Ov`è il mio bene?* [Farnaspe] from Act II of Adriano in Siria (Carl Heinrich Graun)
11. Chi temea Giove regnante* [Berenice] from Farnace (Leonardo Vinci)
12. Quel buon pastor son io [Abel] from Act I of La Morte d’Abel (Antonio Caldara)


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