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Ninna Nanna - Lullabies / Letizia Calandra
 
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Katalógové číslo:
95771
 
 
EAN kód:
5028421957715
 
 
Autori:
A. Cartoni, Anna Filippone del Bono, Cécile Chaminade, Darius Milhaud, Franz Schubert, Giacomo Puccini, Johannes Brahms, Manuel de Falla, Max Reger, Paolo Tosti, Rino Alfieri, Tarquinio Merula, Vincenzo Davico, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
 
 
Interpreti:
Letizia Calandra
 
 
Vydavateľ:
BRILLIANT CLASSICS
 
 
Zoznam skladieb
Davico: Ninne nanne popolaresche
5:07

Letizia Calandra (soprano), Mirella de Bono (piano), Cecilia Andreis (harp)
Recorded: 15-17 December 2008
Recording Venue: Casale la Pizzichina Todi, Italy

Ninne nanne popolaresche: No. 1. Il sonno bimba mia
2:10

Ninne nanne popolaresche: No. 2. Fai la nanna mio tesoro
2:57

Falla: Siete Canciones populares españolas
2:03

Letizia Calandra (soprano), Rino Alfieri (piano)

7 Canciones populares españolas: No. 5. Nana
2:03

Milhaud: 6 Chants populaires hebraiques, Op. 86
1:30

Letizia Calandra (soprano), Cecilia Andreis (harp)

6 Chants populaires hebraiques, Op. 86: No. 4. Berceuse (Lullaby)
1:30

Mozart: Wiegenlied, "Schlafe, mein Prinzchen", K. 350 / K. Anh. C 8.48
1:38

Letizia Calandra (soprano), Mirella de Bono (piano)

Brahms: Desiderio - 5 Lieder, Op. 49
1:53

Letizia Calandra (soprano), Mirella de Bono (piano)

Desiderio - 5 Lieder, Op. 49: 5 Lieder, Op. 49: No. 4. Wiegenlied
1:53

Merula: Canzonetta spirituale sopra alla nanna 'Hor ch'è il tempo di dormire'
8:09

Letizia Calandra (soprano), Cecilia Andreis (harp)

Canzonetta spirituale sopra, "Alla Nanna": Hor ch'e tempo di dormire
8:09

Chaminade: Berceuse
2:17

Letizia Calandra (soprano), Mirella de Bono (piano)

Puccini: E l'uccellino
1:40

Letizia Calandra (soprano), Mirella de Bono (piano)

Anna Filippone del Bono: Ninna nanna del grillo
6:21

Letizia Calandra (soprano), Mirella de Bono (piano)

Schubert: Wiegenlied, D498
2:47

Letizia Calandra (soprano), Mirella de Bono (piano)

Reger: Schlichte Weisen, Op. 76
1:44

Letizia Calandra (soprano), Emanuele Lippi (piano)

Schlichte Weisen, Op. 76: No. 52. Maria vuggesang (Maria Wiegenlied)
1:44

Tosti: Ninna nanna
3:26

Letizia Calandra (soprano), Emanuele Lippi (piano)

Ninna nanna: Ninna nanna (Lullaby)
3:26

Anna Filippone del Bono: Ninna nanna di guerra
4:29

Letizia Calandra (soprano), Mirella de Bono (piano)

A. Cartoni: Ninna nanna, ninna nanna
1:45

Letizia Calandra (soprano), Emanuele Lippi (piano)

Ninne nanne popolaresche
1:23

Ninne nanne popolaresche: No. 3. Vieni o sonno
1:23

Rino Alfieri: Nonna nonna core mio
3:56

Letizia Calandra (soprano), Rino Alfieri (piano)

Popis
This collection of 17 lullabies constitutes a particularly charming selection of songs for children, songs about children and indeed songs to send them to sleep. Alongside old favourites such as Wiegenlieder by Schubert, Brahms and Reger, Letizia Calandra has programmed much less frequently encountered examples of the genre. The album opens with two lullabies by Vincenzo Davico (1889-1969), a one-time student of Reger who wrote in a direct and appealing idiom. These form part of a minicycle of songs, Ninna nanne popolaresche, completed in the penultimate track. There are one or two older works by Merula and Mozart, but by and large the collection focuses on the 20th century, with memorable melodies and tender expressions by Puccini, Chaminade and Tosti. There are also two lullabies by another lesser-known Italian composer of the last century, Anna Filippone del Bono. The first was written for the birth of her grandson Lello, while the second, the Ninna nanna di guerra, is a more lyrical piece in which the instrumental part and vocal line are deliberately separate, with a text full of echoes of the First World War and a sense of ineluctable sadness. The delight of this recording owes much to the art of soprano Letizia Calandra, who interprets the individual songs with great intelligence and empathy, delicately differentiating between the moods and intentions of the various composers. A graduate of the Accademia della Santa Cecilia in Rome, Calandra has worked with many of Italy’s foremost early-music directors such as Diego Fasolis and Claudio Cavina. ‘Scarlatti and the Neapolitan Song’ was Letizia Calandra’s debut album for Brilliant Classics (94488). According to MusicWeb International, ‘The performances are convincing in every respect’. Letizia Calandra is a singer who specialises in early music and has a particular interest in Neapolitan song. That is a prerequisite for a good performance of this repertoire in the Neapolitan language. Ms Calandra’s performance is very natural.
 
 
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