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   Stabat Mater. Salve Regina



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CD, стоящие на полке рядом : Sacred Music (Master Works)      

## 1-12 - Stabat Mater

The Choir of St John's College, Cambridge

The Argo Chamber Orchestra

## 13 - 17 - Salve Regina

The Academy of Ancient Music

## 18-24 - Stabat Mater - bonus alternative tracks

The Academy of Ancient Music

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Completed shortly before his death in 1736, Pergolesi's Stabat mater dolorosa (sorrowfully his mother stood) was composed for use at the Church of Santa Maria dei Sette Dolori in Naples to replace the setting of the same text by Alessandro Scarlatti. Like its predecessor, Pergolesi's Stabat mater is for soprano and contralto soloists with two violins and continuo. The work's immediate popularity prompted numerous printings and arrangements; it is still unusual to hear a performance of the original version. After its first London publication of 1749, Pergolesi's Stabat mater became the most frequently printed work of the eighteenth century.

Part of the Catholic liturgical tradition, the text of the Stabat mater originated among Franciscans in the thirteenth century. In the late fifteenth century it began to appear as a sequence in the Mass of the Compassion of the Blessed Virgin Mary; the plainchant melody to which it is set developed at about the same time. The Council of Trent (1543-63) removed the text from the liturgy, but it was reinstated in 1727 by Pope Benedict XIII. Eventually, it came to be part of the Office for the Friday after Passion Sunday. The Stabat mater came to the United States through the variants of the English service, although settings by Josquin, Palestrina, Lassus, and many others preserve the Continental versions.

Shortly before his death on March 16, 1736, Pergolesi moved to the Franciscan monastery in Pozzuoli, where he composed his last works. Among these is his Stabat mater. The piece reveals the infusion into church composition of the operatic style. One of these aspects has come to be called the "church aria," an aria-like setting of a sacred text. In comparison to Scarlatti's slightly earlier setting, Pergolesi's features a more lively declamation of the text and greater melodic appeal, deriving from his preference for that type of writing as found in his operas. In general, the music is more expressive. Underlying everything, however, is a contrapuntal background that was expected in music composed for the church.

- John Palmer

GB Pergolesi - Stabat Mater


  Соисполнители :

Alfreda Hodgson (Vocals)
Choir Of St. John's College (Choir)
David Hill (Organ)
Emma Kirkby (Soprano Voice)
Frlicity Palmer (Soprano Voice)


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   1 Stabat Mater Dolorosa         0:04:12  
   2 Cujus Animam Gementem         0:02:47  
   3 O Quam Tristis Et Afflicta         0:02:25  
   4 Quae Moerebat Et Dolebat         0:02:47  
   5 Quis Est Homo, Qui Non Fleret         0:03:05  
   6 Vidit Suum Dulcem Natum         0:04:26  
   7 Eja Mater Fons Amoris         0:02:40  
   8 Fac Ut Ardeat Cor Meum         0:02:46  
   9 Sancta Mater, Istud Agas         0:05:28  
   10 Fac Ut Portem Christi Mortem         0:04:07  
   11 Inflammatus Et Accensus         0:02:37  
   12 Quando Corpus Est Morietur         0:04:18  
   13 Salve Regina         0:03:38  
   14 Ad Te Clamamus         0:04:15  
   15 Eja Ergo, Advocata Nostra         0:01:46  
   16 Et Jesum         0:02:44  
   17 O Clemens, o Pia         0:01:41  
   18 Stabat Mater Dolorosa         0:04:33  
   19 Cujus Animam Gementem         0:02:09  
   20 O Quam Tristis Et Afflicta         0:02:17  
   21 Quis Est Homo, Qui Non Fleret         0:02:57  
   22 Vidit Suum Dulcem Natum         0:03:48  
   23 Inflammatus Et Accensus         0:02:08  
   24 Quando Corpus Est Morietur         0:04:29  

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