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Philippe Jaroussky | countertenor

Ensemble Artaserse

Second performance this season for Philippe Jaroussky with a solo programme devoted to to European vocal musical creation at the turn of the 17th century.

Philippe Jaroussky
Philippe Jaroussky © Simon Fowler, Erato Warner Classics

Programme

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LA VANITÀ DEL MONDO
Chelleri  Sinfonia, « Odi, Mose mio fido... Caderà, perirà », excerpts from Dio al Sinai
Bononcini  « Bacio l’ombre e le catene », Sinfonia, excerpts from La Decollazione di San Giovanni Battista
Scarlatti  «Dormi o fulmine di guerra », excerpt from La Giuditta
Hasse  « Si, solo à te mio dio... Il rimorso opprime il seno », excerpts from La Conversione di San Agostino
Caldara  « Amar senza penar  », excerpt from Senta ferma
« È morto il mio Gesù », Sinfonia, excerpts from Morte e sepoltura di Christo
Fago  « Fors’è pur nel proprio sangue », excerpt from Il Faraone sommerso
Vivaldi  Sinfonia « Al Santo sepolcro » RV 169
Caldara  « Contro l’empio s’impugni la spada », excerpt from Assalone

To read

It has long been known that Philippe Jaroussky is an unparalleled pioneer, curious and sensitive to little-known repertoires and other dormant treasures. This is what this programme is all about some of the Italian and German composers of the 17th century (Caldara, Bononcini, Fago, Hasse, Scarlatti, Chelleri), thus offering an unprecedented polyphonic panorama of European vocal musical creation at the turn of the time.

PRODUCTION Théâtre des Champs-Elysées

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