L'Arpeggiata Performs Southern European Baroque Music
Thursday, March 15, 2012
A pan-European ensemble dedicated to re-imagining French, Italian and Spanish Baroque music, L’Arpeggiata's performances have been described as "baroque jam sessions."
Led by Austrian theorbo player Christina Pluhar, L’Arpeggiata is the first early-music group to participate in a Perspectives series at Carnegie Hall. In this program at Zankel Hall they trace the passion story through Corsican folk music, as well as sacred Italian and German music by Monteverdi, Cazzati, Biber and others. It's a style that Pluhar calls "Living Baroque."
Joining the ensemble is the male vocal ensemble Barbara Furtuna, which specializes in Corsican polyphonic Chant.
Listen above to the archive of the broadcast, and check out the archive of our live chat below.
Christina Pluhar, Artistic Director
Ensemble Barbara Furtuna
Lucilla Galeazzi, Vocalist
Raquel Andueza, Soprano
TRADITIONAL - "Maria le sette spade"
CLAUDIO MERULO - "Hor che tempo di dormire"
TRADITIONAL - "Ninna, Nanna Sopra la Romanesca"
TRADITIONAL - "Maria"
MAURIZIO CAZZATI - Passacaglia
BENEDETTO FERRARI - "Queste pungente spine"
TRADITIONAL - "Voi che amate" from Laudario di Cortona
TRADITIONAL - "Suda sangue"
TRADITIONAL - "Santu Giesu"
TRADITIONAL - "Stabat Mater"
GIOVANNI GIROLAMO KAPSBERGER - Arpeggiata
GIOVANNI FELICE SANCES - "Stabat Mater"
ROCCU MAMBRINI / TONI CASALONGA / NANDO ACQUAVIVA - "Lamento di ghjesu"
MAURIZIO CAZZATI - Ciaccona
CLAUDIO MONTEVERDI - "Laudate Dominum in sanctis eius"