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Emma Kirkby, London Baroque - Christmas Music album

Emma Kirkby, London Baroque - Christmas Music album

  • Performer: Emma Kirkby
  • Genre: Classical
  • Title: Christmas Music
  • Released: 2000
  • Style: Baroque
  • Country: Sweden
  • MP3 version size: 1290 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1914 mb
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  • Rating: 4.7
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Description

Photography By – Eric Richmond (2). Soprano Vocals – Emma Kirkby (tracks: 1 to 5, 8, 10 to 16). Typography, Layout – Andrew Barnett, Kyllikki Barnett. Viola – Irmgard Schaller (tracks: 9, 11 to 19).

Charles Medlam, Kirkby, London Baroque. Label : BIS Format : Flac (image + cue) Cover : Yes. Tracklist : Philipp Friedrich Böddecker (1607-1683) Natus est Jesus for soprano and basso continuo. Alessandro Scarlatti (1660-1725) - Non sò qual più m’ingombra Cantata Pastorale for soprano, two violins and basso continuo (1716). Johann Pachelbel (1653-1706) - Canon & Gigue for three violins and basso continuo. Arcangelo Corelli (1653-1713) - Concerto grosso in G minor, O. N. ‘Fatto per la notte di natale’. Emma Kirkby soprano (-,, -) London Baroque, Charles Medlam.

Emma Kirkby, London Baroque by Emma Kirkby, Charles Medlam. Emma Kirkby, Charles Medlam. Record Label BIS, 1135. Year of production 2000. Philipp Jakob Böddecker, Philipp Friedrich Böddecker Natus est Jesus, For Voice And Basso continuo. Alessandro Scarlatti Non so qual più m'ingombra.

Emma Kirkby soprano (1-5, 8, 10-16) London Baroque Charles Medlam direction. When English soprano Emma Kirkby began her professional career in the mid-'70s, period performance practice was just beginning to make its way into the realm of vocal music. Kirkby, mentored by Jessica Cash, became a pioneer of period practice for Renaissance and Baroque vocal soloists. She studied classical literature at Oxford and took vocal lessons, but did not plan on becoming a singer. She joined the Taverner Choir in 1971, and a couple of years later, she began a long-lasting collaboration with the Consort.

Bitrate (quality): 192256320. Excelente versión de estas obras de Monteclair, con la muy buena voz de Emma Kirkby. La realización del bajo continuo por parte del clave es muy buena, pero una tiorba hubiera enfatizado todavía más el bajo continuo.

Dame Carolyn Emma Kirkby, DBE (born 26 February 1949) is an English soprano and one of the world's most renowned early music specialists. She has sung on over 100 recordings.

Listen to music from Emma Kirkby London Baroque like Handel: O Qualis De Coelo Sonus, HWV 239 - 2. O Qualis De Coelo Sonus, Handel: Oboe Sonata In G Minor, HWV 404 - 3. Largo & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Emma Kirkby London Baroque.

Emma Kirkby always has been an excellent Handel singer, from her two 1985 recordings-Italian Cantatas with Christopher Hogwood and the Academy of Ancient Music (L'Oiseau Lyre) and German Arias with Charles Medlam and the London Baroque (EMI)-and 1987's Aci, Galatea e Polifemo, again with the London Baroque (Harmonia Mundi) to this new, exemplary program of Latin motets. Kirkby, now in her early 50s, retains a remarkably youthful sound, exhibiting all of her admired agility and intonational accuracy, but with more richness in the lower register than in her younger days

Dame Emma Kirkby News. New winner of Queen's Medal for Music. Classic FM Arts Daily Podcast - 13 December 2009. Dame Emma Kirkby Music. Antonio Vivaldi: Motet in E (RV630).

Album · 2001 · 27 Songs. Handel: Sacred Cantatas. Emma Kirkby & London Baroque. Handel: Ombra Mai Fù (Airs, scènes célèbres et musique instrumentale). Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin & Andreas Scholl. Handel: Dixit Dominus, Salve Regina, Laudate Pueri & Saeviat Tellus. Annick Massis, Choeur des Musiciens du Louvre-Grenoble, Les Musiciens du Louvre, Magdalena Kožená & Marc Minkowski. Lorraine Hunt Lieberson.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Natus Est Jesus
Composed By – Philipp Friedrich Böddecker
4:55
Non Sò Qual Più M'ingombra
2 I. Recitativo: 'Non Sò Qual Più M'ingombra...' Allegro
Composed By – Alessandro Scarlatti
2:18
3 II. Aria: 'Che Sarà? Chi'a Me Lo Dice?...'
Composed By – Alessandro Scarlatti
4:14
4 III. Recitativo: 'É Nato, Al Fin Mi Dice…'
Composed By – Alessandro Scarlatti
1:02
5 IV. Aria Pastorale: 'Nacque, Col Gran Messia…' Moderato
Composed By – Alessandro Scarlatti
6:07
Canon And Gigue
6 Canon
Composed By – Johann Pachelbel
3:48
7 Gigue
Composed By – Johann Pachelbel
1:19
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8 Öffne Dich Mein Ganzes Herze
Composed By – Johann Sebastian Bach
3:21
9 Air
Composed By – Johann Sebastian Bach
4:10
10 Bereite Dir, Jesu, Noch Itzo Die Bahn
Composed By – Johann Sebastian Bach
4:11
O Di Betlemme, Altera Poverta Venturosa
11 I. [Recitativo]: O Di Betlemme, Altera Povertà Venturosa...' Allegro
Composed By – Alessandro Scarlatti
2:20
12 II. [Aria]: 'Dal Bel Segno D'una Stella...' Andante
Composed By – Alessandro Scarlatti
2:00
13 III. [Recitativo]: 'Presa D'uomo La Forma...'
Composed By – Alessandro Scarlatti
0:44
14 IV. [Aria]: 'L'autor D'ogni Mio Bene...' Andante
Composed By – Alessandro Scarlatti
3:51
15 V. [Recitativo]: 'Fortunati Pastori!...'
Composed By – Alessandro Scarlatti
0:37
16 VI. [Pastorale]: 'Tocco La Prima Sorte A Voi, Pastori...'
Composed By – Alessandro Scarlatti
7:04
Concerto Grosso In G Minor, Op. 6 No. 8 ('Fatto Per La Notte Natale')
17 I. Vivace - Grave - Allegro
Composed By – Arcangelo Corelli
3:39
18 II. Adagio - Allegro - Adagio
Composed By – Arcangelo Corelli
3:10
19 III. Vivace - Allegro - Pastorale Ad Libitum (Largo)
Composed By – Arcangelo Corelli
6:14

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Grammofon AB BIS
  • Copyright (c) – Grammofon AB BIS
  • Recorded At – St Martin's Church, East Woodhay, Hampshire

Credits

  • Conductor, Cello, Liner Notes – Charles Medlam
  • Edited By [Digital] – Dirk Lüdemann
  • Engineer [Balance Engineer / Tonmeister], Producer – Ingo Petry
  • Ensemble – London Baroque
  • Harpsichord, Organ – Terence Charston
  • Liner Notes [French Translation] – Horst A. Scholz
  • Liner Notes [German Translation] – Arlette Lemieux-Chené
  • Lute, Guitar – William Carter (tracks: 11 to 16)
  • Performer [Violone] – William Hunt (tracks: 11 to 16)
  • Photography By [Back Cover Photograph Of London Baroque] – Llewellyn Robins
  • Photography By [Front Cover Photograph Of Emma Kirkby] – Eric Richmond
  • Soprano Vocals – Emma Kirkby (tracks: 1 to 5, 8, 10 to 16)
  • Typography [Typesetting], Layout – Andrew Barnett, Kyllikki Barnett
  • Viola – Irmgard Schaller (tracks: 9, 11 to 19)
  • Violin – Ingrid Seifert, Irmgard Schaller (tracks: 6, 7), Richard Gwilt

Notes

Recorded March, 2000 at St. Martin's, East Woodhay, Hampshire, England.
Recording equipment used: Neumann microphones, Studer 961 mixer, Genex GX 8000 MOD recorder, Stax headphones.
Instruments used:
Ingrid Seifert: violin: Jacobus Stainer, Absam 1661
Richard Gwilt: violin: Jacobus Stainer, Absam c. 1660
Irmgard Schaller: violin: Joseph & Antonio Gagliano, Naples 1760 (Pachelbel); viola: Anon c. 1720 (Bach 'Air', Scarlatti 'O di Bethlemme', Corelli)
Charles Medlam: cello: Finnocchi, Perugia c. 1720
William Hunt: violone: Michael Heale, after Italian early 18th century (Scarlatti 'O di Bethlemme')
Terence Charston: Italian harpsichord: David Evans 1999, after Giusti; organ: William Drake, Buckfastleigh, 1982
William Carter: 9-course lute: Klaus Jacobsen 1999 (Scarlatti 'O di Bethlemme'); guitar: Martin Haycock 1991, after Sellas (Scarlatti 'O di Bethlemme')

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 318590 011355
  • Rights Society: n©b

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BIS-CD-311135 Emma Kirkby, London Baroque Emma Kirkby, London Baroque - Christmas Music ‎(CD, Album) BIS BIS-CD-311135 Sweden 2000