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Domenico Scarlatti, Iste Confessor
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Bonaventura Rubino, Lauda Jerusalem
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Antonino Lotti, Credo: I. Credo
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Antonino Lotti, Credo: II. Crucifixus à 8
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Antonino Lotti, Credo: III. Et resurrexis
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Antonino Lotti, Credo: IV. Et unam sanctam catholicam
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Antonino Lotti, Credo: V. Et vitam venturi sæculi
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Domenico Scarlatti, Stabat Mater: II. Cujus animam gementem
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Domenico Scarlatti, Stabat Mater: III. Quis non posset
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Domenico Scarlatti, Stabat Mater: IV. Eja mater, fons amoris
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Domenico Scarlatti, Stabat Mater: V. Sancta mater, istud agas
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Domenico Scarlatti, Stabat Mater: VI Fac me vere tecum flere
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Domenico Scarlatti, Stabat Mater: VII. Juxta crucem
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Domenico Scarlatti, Stabat Mater: VIII. Inflammatus
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Domenico Scarlatti, Stabat Mater: IX. Fac ut animæ
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Domenico Scarlatti, Stabat Mater: X. Amen
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Antonio Vivaldi, Laetatus sum, RV 607

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[EN] Baroque Italy still conceals many works that are too rarely performed. Here, ensemble Le Palais royal brings together Lotti's Credo, Rubino's Lauda Jerusalem, Vivaldi's Laetatus sum and Scarlatti's splendid Stabat Mater. Brilliant, virtuosic and richly ornamented, these pieces were composed for festivities and celebrations, and reflect the effervescence and opulence of the Italian cities of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.
Far from the smooth, cold marble, the ensemble's performance on period instruments reveals all the asperities, reliefs and volumes of a language and music that it sculpts like a colourful and sensual material.

[FR] Fantasmée et rêvée, l’Italie baroque recèle encore de nombreuses œuvres trop rarement données. Le Palais royal réunit ici le Credo de Lotti, le Lauda Jerusalem, de Rubino, ainsi qu’un Laetatus sum de Vivaldi, et le splendide Stabat Mater de Scarlatti. Brillantes, virtuoses, richement ornées : composées pour les réjouissances et les fêtes, ces pièces sont à la hauteur de l’effervescence et de l’opulence des cités italiennes des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles.
Loin des marbres lisses et froids, l’interprétation de l’ensemble sur instruments d’époque retrouve ici toutes les aspérités, les reliefs et les volumes d’une langue et d’une musique qu’il sculpte comme une matière vivante, colorée et sensuelle.

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releases March 22, 2024

Orchestre du Palais royal
Jean-Philippe Sarcos: director

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French classical music label, founded in 2009 by producer and sound engineer Nicolas Bartholomée, director of recording studio Little Tribeca.

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