Notes & Reviews:
- With the release of Gaetano Veneziano's 1693 sacred oratorio La Santissima Trinità by Antonio Florio and I Turchini present a further significant rediscovery of Neapolitan Baroque music.
- Until now it has been near impossible to appreciate any of the larger-scale compositions Gaetano Veneziano produced.
- Leslie Visco, Cristina Grifone, Filippo Mineccia, Rosario
- Totaro and Giuseppe Naviglio star in this recording.
- Antonio Florio demonstrates an uncommon understanding of the Napolitan Baroque world.
Gramophone Magazine, June 2014
As befits their years of experience in this repertoire, Antonio Florio and I Turchini present valuable evidence of the musical merits of a neglected generation of Italian composers.
American Record Guide, July/August 2014
The singers are all very fine, and the spirited interpretations capture the whole good through- evil gamut very well.
MusicWeb International, 18th August 2015
This disc is a welcome addition to the discography of Neapolitan music and of Italian oratorio in general. Veneziano once again turns out to be a fine composer. It would be nice if Antonio Florio will have the opportunity to record other oratorios from the collection which also includes La Santissima Trinita.
Recording information: Chiesa dei Servi di Maria, Sorrento, Italy (05/2013).
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Works DetailsVeneziano, Gaetano : La Santissima Trinità, oratorio
- Conductor: Antonio Florio
- Ensemble: I Turchini
- Running Time: 2 min. 16 sec.
- Period Time: Baroque
- Written: 1693