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Pergolesi

Giovanni Battista . 1710--36, Italian composer: his works include the operetta La Serva padrona (1733) and the Stabat Mater (1736) for women's voices
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None of the established histories of the modern Olympic games, including histories of the arts festivals of even histories of music in the Olympics, acknowledge Metastasio's drama, a fact rendered even more surprising since, according to the renowned music historian, Charles Burney, "the settings and singings of Metastasio's verse rendered Pergolesi, Venci, Jommelli, Sacchinni, and Farinelli, Caffarelli, Pacchierotti, and Marchesi, as celebrated in all parts of Europe as Corneille, Racine, and Voltaire" (Vol.
The Pergolesi setting - and the work he is best remembered for - was more operatic in style and the soloists swapped arias and sang the duets in reverently thrilling fashion.
The Pergolesi piece is a choral setting of a medieval hymn sung in the season of lent.
He has chosen a wide-ranging programme which includes English music of the Tudor period by Tallis, Byrd and Taverner; Italian baroque music by Lotti, Pergolesi and Allegri and JS and CPE Bach.
The Academy of Ancient Music, directed by violinist Pavlo Beznosiuk provided ideal support and gave nimble chirpy performances of two solo items - the second and third of a set of six Concerto Armonico once attributed to Pergolesi but actually by a Dutch nobleman Count Unico Wilhelm van Wassenaer.
So along with Luigi Cherubini, Domenico Citnarosa, Giovanni Pergolesi and Antonio Vivaldi, one here encounters such less-well-known figures as Florian Gassmann, Josef MysliveCek, Davide Perez and Giuseppe Sarti.
Pergolesi, Luigi Rossi, Mario Savioni, and Francesco Mancini.
Jenny performed pieces by Pergolesi, Bellini, Tippett and Wolf at St Paul's Hall at the University of Huddersfield yesterday.
Address for correspondence: Giuseppe Lapadula, Clinic of Infectious Disease, San Gerardo Hospital, Via Pergolesi 33, Monza 20052, Italy; email: g.
In 2006 and 2007 at the International Music Festival in Cesky Krumlov, the ensemble performed in the unique Baroque theatre at the Chateau of Cesky Krumlov for a production of the opera La serva padrona by Pergolesi and Caldara's La Contesa dei Numi.
C Nicholson, Charles R Nielson, Carl R/Con Occalay R Osborne, Willson Con Ostransky, Leroy Con Paderewski, Ignace R Paganini, Niccolo R Palmgren, Selim I/Con Pepin, Normand Con Pergolesi, Giovanni B Pieczonka, Albert R Ponce, Manuel I/Con Popper, David R Poulenc, Francis Con Prokofiev, Sergei Con Pryor, Arthur R/Con Pujol, Emilio R Quantz, Johann B Rabaud, Henri Con Rachmaninoff, Sergei R Ravel, Maurice I Reger, Max R Reinecke, Carl R Repartz, Joseph Guy R Reuff, Jeanine Con Ries, Franz R Rimsky-Korsakov, Nicolai R Rodrigo, Joaquin Con Rossini, Gioacchino R Roussel, Albert I/Con Sachse, Leopold R Saint-Saens, Camille R Sammartini, Giovanni B/C Sancan, Pierre Con Sarasate, Pablo de R Satie, Erik Con Savari, J.
with the London Symphony Orchestra, "Siren" also includes pieces from the traditional operatic canon, such as Donizetti's "Una Furtiva Lagrima," and "Stabat Mater IXXI" by 18th century Italian composer Pergolesi.