Handel - La Resurrezione (Festival d’Ambronay 2017)

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“La Resurrezione” oratorio de Haendel @ Ambronay 2017

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L’Accademia Bizantina d’Ottavio Dantone célèbre le chef-d’œuvre de « théâtre sacré » du compositeur Haendel au Festival d’Ambronay !


La resurrezione (HWV 47) is a sacred oratorio by George Frideric Handel, set to a libretto by Carlo Sigismondo Capece (1652–1728). Capece was court poet to Queen Maria Casimira of Poland, who was living in exile in Rome. It was first performed on the Easter Sunday of 1708 at Rome, with the backing of the Marchese Francesco Ruspoli, Handel's patron at this time. The work details the events between — and during — Good Friday and Easter Sunday, with the action carried forward in recitative, and exploration of character and delineation of mood taking place in the arias. The characters of the liturgical drama that appear in the oratorio are Lucifer (bass), Mary Magdalene (soprano), an Angel (soprano), St John the Evangelist (tenor), and St Mary Cleophas (alto).
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