Vivaldi: Gloria & Magnificat CD, Import
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“Gloria” is a 12 movement work, with each movement being a short vocal rendition of a brief passage of the text, giving the work a fascinating and pleasing feel as the textual material is sung. Particularly pleasing for me were the 6th movement (“Domine Deus”) and the 11th movement (“Quoniam Tu Solus Sanctus”), the phrasing and active energy being just a delight to experience.
“Laetatus Sum” (RV 607) is a short one movement work, while “Magnificat” (RV 610A) is 9 pleasing movements, with the 6th being my favorite due to the vocal gymnastics called for by the composer and the delightful accompaniment of the theorbo. All 1 minute and 48 seconds of the 8th movement (“Sicut Locutus”) is also wonderful from the first note to the last.
Finally, “Lauda Jerusalem” (RV 609) brings the recording to a fitting close with an energetic rendition (by both the choir and the members of the orchestra – this is energy, energy, energy!) of this one movement work that had this listener bobbing his head and tapping his foot. Gorgeous!
The liner notes are well written, and provide background on both Vivaldi and the performance practices of the period, explaining the all female choir and the use of alto’s being doubled with bass instruments. This is a beautiful recording, and the music is energetically stunning. I like *everything* about this CD, and for those with a penchant for the vocal works of Vivaldi, you will love this disc. Highly recommended!