Porpora: Alle Figlie del Coro

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Composer & Artist:
Composer: Nicola Antonio Porpora
Artists: Paola Crema (soprano), Maria Zalloni (mezzo-soprano), Coro Femminile Harmònia, Nicola Ardolino (chorus master), Ensemble Barocca I Musicali Affetti, Michele Peguri (conductor)

Vivaldi was not the only composer to write for the talented girls and women of the Ospedale della Pieta, the convent school in Venice which was apparently full of young musicians trained in vocal and instrumental virtuosity sufficient to tackle virtuoso sonatas and concertos. Nicola Porpora was born in Naples, and is known as a distinguished alumnus of the more operatically inclined Neapolitan school of composers such as Alessandro Scarlatti and Pergolesi.

Porpora worked off and on in Venice, and in 1742 became chorus master at the Ospedale della Pietà, and then from 1744 to 1747 worked in the same role at the Ospedale dei Poveri Derelitti run by the parish of S. Giovanni e Paolo. Most of the works on this CD – some of them recorded for the first time – date from this latter period. The choir was apparently in a parlous state when Porpora took it over, but he turned things around within fairly short order through rigorous daily rehearsals: as Porpora himself wrote on 4 January 1745, “To form a good choir calls for many things, the most important of which I shall describe here. […] resonant voices possessed by girls who are determined, ready to work hard, and skilled as instrumentalists.”

00:00:00 Confitebor
00:02:02 Ut det illis
00:02:46 Fidelia Omnia
00:04:43 Sanctum et terribile
00:06:50 Gloria Patri
00:16:04 Sicut erat
00:19:05 duetti latini: I. Crimen Adae quantum constat
00:20:35 Credidi propter
00:21:35 Gloria
00:23:46 Sicut erat
00:25:18 Nunc dimittis
00:31:32 Quia viderunt oculi mei
00:32:05 Lumen ad revelationem ad revelationem gentium
00:33:19 Gloria Patri et Filio
00:36:43 Sicut erat in principio
00:40:34 Qui habitat in adiutorium altissimi
00:43:59 Gloria
00:46:44 Sicut erat
00:47:25 Vigilate, oculi mei
00:52:02 Cavete, oculi mei
00:53:17 Aer, tellus, mare
00:54:09 Non longe abest aurora
00:57:26 Non expectabo
00:58:02 Alleluja
00:59:49 Domine probasti me
01:00:24 Gloria

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