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Carissimi: Jonas, Dives malus, Beatus Vir / Fasolis, et al

Album Summary

>Carissimi, Giacomo : Jonas
>Carissimi, Giacomo : Beatus Vir, motet for double chorus & continuo (doubtful)
>Carissimi, Giacomo : Dives Malus (Historia Divitis), oratorio for 2 sopranos, tenor, bass, chorus & continuo
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Notes & Reviews:

"Giacomo Carissimi (1605-74) is best remembered today as the most important pioneer in the form we have come to know as oratorio, or 'historiae', as he called them...I have encountered Diego Fasolis in other recordings (notably a quite fine Bach B-minor Mass) and he strikes me as a world-class exponent of baroque music who bears watching...Singing and playing are excellent..." -Barker, ARG



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>Carissimi, Giacomo : Jonas
  • Performers: Andrea Marcon (Harpsichord); Silvia Piccollo (Soprano); Giorgio Fava (Violin); Roberta Invernizzi (Soprano); Vincenzo Donato (Voice); Diego Fasolis [Conductor/Organ] (Organ); Marco Beasley (Tenor); Antonio Abete (Bass)
  • Running Time: 1 min. 17 sec.
  • Period Time: Baroque
  • Form: Cantata/Oratorio

>Carissimi, Giacomo : Beatus Vir, motet for double chorus & continuo (doubtful)
  • Performers: Lorenzo Ghielmi (Harpsichord); Lorenzo Ghielmi (Organ)
  • Running Time: 9 min. 1 sec.
  • Period Time: Baroque

>Carissimi, Giacomo : Dives Malus (Historia Divitis), oratorio for 2 sopranos, tenor, bass, chorus & continuo
  • Performers: Walter Vestidello (Cello); Silvia Piccollo (Soprano); Gerhard Nennemann (Tenor); Massimo Cialfi (Trombone); Massimo Battistella (Violin); Alberto Rasi (Bass Viola da gamba); Alberto Rasi (Violone); Fulvio Bettini (Baritone); Vincenzo Donato (Voice); Marco Beasley (Tenor); Lorenzo Ghielmi (Harpsichord); Lorenzo Ghielmi (Organ); Giancarlo Rado (Chitarrone); Furio Zanasi (Baritone); Elisabetta Tiso (Soprano); Antonio Abete (Bass)
  • Running Time: 2 min. 3 sec.
  • Period Time: Baroque
  • Form: Cantata/Oratorio