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Dolorosa Partenza

Amaryllis Dieltiens

Bart Naessens

Claviorganum (Markus Harder-Völkmann, 2002)

Johann David Heinichen (1683-1729) Là, dove in grembo al colle
Anonymus Ricercar [ms. ADP 250/A]
Giovanni Felice Sances (c.1600-1679) Usurpator tiranno
Alessandro Scarlatti (1660-1725) Toccata per cembalo d'Ottava stesa
Antonio Caldara (1660-1736) Partenza
Anonymus Aria die Fiorenza [ms. ADP 250/B]
Giovanni Felice Sances (c.1600-1679) I miei desir
Francesco Antonio Mamiliano Pistocchi (1659-1726) Dolorosa Partenza []
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Amaryllis Dieltiens, Soprano
Bart Naessens, Claviorgan
Playing time: 1:9 (h:m)
Booklet: 48p., English German French
Order Nr. AE 10103
EAN 4026798101039
Product category: CD
Release date: 01/12/2017
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Again a very rare instrument on AEOLUS! The claviorganum by Markus Harder-Völkmann - that is, a combination of an harpsichord an a small organ - plays a crucial role on the new CD release of Amaryllis Dieltiens, sorprano, and Bart Naessens, harpsichord and organ. They are the heart of "Capriola Di Gioia", and they celebrate with "Dolorosa Partenza" (Italian cantatas) the tenth anniversary of the ensemble.

It has been long ago that the claviorganum was that important on a CD - but this is not a coincidence, as Bart Naessens is currently probably the biggest musicological expert for claviorganum in the world. Allow yourself to be amazed by this unusual sound experience!

€ 17,99 (including tax)