Giovanni Battista Pergolesi "Stabat Mater"(1736)

Giovanni Battista Pergolesi "Stabat Mater"(1736)

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Stabat Mater for soprano, contralto, strings and basso continuo by Giovanni Battista Pergolesi (1710-1736) Margaret Marshall (soprano) Lucia Valentini Terrani (contralto) Leslie Pearson (organ) London Symohony Orchestra Claudio Abbado (conductor) Recorded in 1985 00:00 "Stabat Mater Dolorosa" 04:39 "Cujus animam gementem" 07:47 "O quam tristis et afflicta" 10:22 "Quae moerebat et dolebat" 13:12 "Quis est homo"—"Pro peccatis suae gentis..." 16:14 "Vidit suum dulcem natum" 19:48 "Eja mater fons amoris" 22:42 "Fac ut ardeat cor meum" 25:23 "Sancta mater, istud agas" 31:22 "Fac ut portem Christi mortem" 35:06 "Inflammatus et accensus" 37:57 "Quando corpus morietur" —"Amen..." For making this video, the images and music were taken from the following sites: http://kickass.to/pergolesi-stabat-mater-claudio-abbado-london-symphony-orch-t1077555.html http://m-a-marshall.livejournal.com/pics/catalog/259/1713 This video was made for non-profit, self-educational, entertainment, recreational and improving my video making skills purposes. All rights belong to its rightful owners.
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Antonín Dvořák - Stabat Mater (Harnoncourt)

Antonín Dvořák - Stabat Mater (Harnoncourt)

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Antonín Dvořák: Stabat Mater Nikolaus Harnoncourt conducts the Arnold Schoenberg Choir and Chamber Orchestra of Europe 0:09 I. Stabat Mater (Quartett & Chor) 19:50 II. Quis Est Homo (Quartett) 31:45 III. Eia Mater Fons Amoris (Chor) 39:00 IV. Fac, Ut Ardeat Cor Meum (Bass & Chor) 48:57 V. Tui Nati Vulnerati (Chor) 55:11 VI. Fac Me Vere Tecum Flere (Tenor & Chor) 1:03:48 VII. Virgo Virginum Praeclara (Chor) 1:10:50 VIII. Fac, Ut Portem Christi Mortem (Soprano & Tenor) 1:17:02 IX. Inflammatus et Accensus (Alto) 1:23:50 X. Quando Corpus Morietur (Quartett & Chor)
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Giovanni Battista Pergolesi - Stabat Mater

Giovanni Battista Pergolesi - Stabat Mater

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- Composer: Giovanni Battista Pergolesi (4 January 1710 -- 16 March 1736) - Ensemble: Ricercar Consort - Conductor: Philippe Pierlot - Soloists: Núria Rial (soprano), Carlos Mena (contratenor) - Year of recording: 2006 Stabat mater, for soprano, alto, strings & organ in F major, written in 1736. 00:00 - 1. Stabat Mater dolorosa - Grave 04:37 - 2. Cujus animam gementem - Andante amoroso 06:41 - 3. O quam tristis et afflicta - Larghetto 08:53 - 4. Quae moerebat et dolebat - Allegro 10:33 - 5. Quis est homo - Largo 13:20 - 6. Vidit suum dulcem natum - A tempo giusto 16:48 - 7. Eja mater fons amoris - Andantino 19:06 - 8. Fac ut ardeat cor meum - Allegro 21:13 - 9. Sancta mater, istud agas - A tempo giusto 26:17 - 10. Fac ut portem Christi mortem - Largo 30:02 - 11. Inflammatus et accensus - Allegro 31:52 - 12. Quando corpus morietur - Largo assai Pergolesi's Stabat Mater is a musical setting of the Stabat Mater sequence, composed in 1736 in the final weeks of Pergolesi's life. He actually wrote the final chorus on his deathbed. Quis est homo? "Who is he that would not weep, to see the mother of Christ in such despair?" These words were first uttered in thirteenth century Italy in an affective and emotional Latin deovtional lyric; the obvious answer to its rhetorical question is that no true believer would not mourn with the Virgin over the dying Christ. The poem is the "Stabat mater," thought to be the work of the great Lauda-poet Jacopone da Todi. Its plangent strophes affect an emotional connection between the meditating believer and the mother of the Crucified, and first emerged from the intense strains of popular devotion following the Black Plague. In the eighteenth century, however, the text took on new life in popular devotional practice through the influence of one musical setting: the Stabat mater dolorosa of Giovanni Battista Pergolesi. The work is divided into twelve movements, each named after the incipit of the text. Much of the music is based on Pergolesi's earlier setting of the Dies Irae sequence. The Stabat Mater is one of Pergolesi's most celebrated sacred works, achieving great popularity after the composer's death. Jean-Jacques Rousseau showed appreciation for the work, praising the opening movement as "the most perfect and touching duet to come from the pen of any composer". Many composers adapted the work, including Giovanni Paisiello, who extended the orchestral accompaniment, and Joseph Eybler, who added a choir to replace some of the duets. Bach's "Tilge, Höchster, meine Sünden" is a parody cantata based on Pergolesi's composition. The work was not without its detractors. Padre Martini criticised its light, operatic style in 1774, and believed it was too similar to Pergolesi's comic opera "La Serva Padrona" to adequately deliver the pathos of the text.
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Stabat   Padre Manuel López Naon

Stabat Padre Manuel López Naon

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Pergolesi - Stabat Mater (complete/full) - Nathalie Stutzmann

Pergolesi - Stabat Mater (complete/full) - Nathalie Stutzmann

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Giovanni Battista Pergolesi: Stabat Mater / Nathalie Stutzmann, conductor · Philippe Jaroussky, countertenor / Emöke Barath, soprano / Orfeo 55 / Recorded at the Château de Fontainebleau, France, April 2014. Video by Ozango / ARTE France. Website of Nathalie Stutzmann: http://www.nathaliestutzmann.com Facebook page of Nathalie Stutzmann: https://www.facebook.com/Nathalie.Stutzmann
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road race RX KING STABAT

road race RX KING STABAT

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  • Updated: 11 Dec 2016
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sirkuit dadakan stabat langkat sumut, minggu: 11 desember 2016
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Woodkid - Stabat Mater (Official Audio)

Woodkid - Stabat Mater (Official Audio)

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Claudio Abbado "Stabat Mater" Verdi

Claudio Abbado "Stabat Mater" Verdi

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  • Updated: 20 Jan 2014
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Domenico Scarlatti - Stabat Mater in C minor

Domenico Scarlatti - Stabat Mater in C minor

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- Composer: Giuseppe Domenico Scarlatti (26 October 1685 -- 23 July 1757) - Performers: BBC Singers - Accompaniment: Anthony Pleeth (Cello), Francis Baines (Double Bass), Timothy Farrell (Organ) - Conductor: John Poole - Year of recording: 1976 Stabat Mater, for double chorus & continuo in C minor, written in 1714. 00:00 - 01. Stabat Mater 02:44 - 02. Cujus animam gementem 06:56 - 03. Quis non posset 09:50 - 04. Eja Mater, fons amoris 11:58 - 05. Sancta mater, istud agas 15:20 - 06. Fac me vere tecum flere 16:25 - 07. Juxta crucem 18:43 - 08. Inflammatus et accensus 21:58 - 09. Fac ut animae donetur paradisi gloria 24:43 - 10. Amen The period from 1714-1719, which Domenico Scarlatti spent in Rome employed by the Vatican as the maestro di cappella at St. Giulia, produced a considerable body of sacred and liturgical music, much of it worthy of further attention and performance. Foremost among these is his setting of the devotional Stabat Mater text. The work, completed in 1715, employs a choir of ten parts accompanied by organ and is rendered in a style that often seems archaic, but at moments introduces newer and powerfully expressive textures and harmonies. Despite the lush vocal sonority afforded by the large vocal forces, it is with local nuances and contours and subtle combinations of parts that Scarlatti engages the listener. At first glance, Scarlatti's Stabat Mater seems like a misplaced work from the sixteenth century, with its gently arching melodic lines, delicate points of imitation, and elegant surface. Occasional harmonic clues betray the piece's later date -- a meditative plagal passage that frees itself of harmonic urgency, a cadence that points in an unforeseen direction. Despite the large ensemble, Scarlatti's polyphonic fabric is pulled taught and polished, with only a hint of harmonic depth added by the organ; in passages where the vocal forces are most reduced, the clarity of phrase and declamation solidly place the work in the eighteenth century, despite its seemingly antiquated style. One of this piece's most compelling characteristics is the fluidity with which it connects the words and music. The devotional poem, cast in 10 stanzas of two tercets each, is not poured squarely into a corresponding series of musical passages, but rather stretched and molded into a larger and more organic form. The first four verses of the poem are bound together by a continuous musical passage and a recurring motive that is treated communally by the singers. The insistent rhetorical questions of the poem, "Quis est homo qui non fleret...Quis non posset contristari...?" (Who would not weep seeing the mother of Christ in such torment? Who would not feel compassion...?), are met first with an increasing musical urgency created by carefully wrought counterpoint, then a moment of pensive repose. In the subsequent passage, the music shifts from sheer declamation of words to expression of ideas and images, as shifting meters, variegated textures, and more angular writing enhance the poet's description of Christ's suffering. The adorations that follow, in which the poet affirms his devotion to Christ and desire to weep with Mary at the foot of the cross, eventually culminate in a masterfully crafted fugue on "Fac ut animae donetur paradisi gloria" (Grant that Paradise's glory may be given to my soul) and a joyous chorus of "Amen."
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Alessandro Scarlatti - Stabat Mater

Alessandro Scarlatti - Stabat Mater

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(Palermo, 2 maggio 1660 -- Napoli, 24 ottobre 1725) Performed by: Gemma Bertagnolli soprano, Sara Mingardo contralto, Concerto Italiano Rinaldo Alessandrini Picture by: Hans Memling - Mater Dolorosa (Galleria degli Uffizi, Firenze) 1_Stabat Mater 2_Cuius Anima 3_O Quam Tristis 4_Quae Morebat et dolebat 5_Qui est Homo 6_Quis non posset contristari 7_Pro peccatis suae gentis 8_Vidit Suum dulcem natum 9_Pia Mater 10_Sancta Mater 11_Fac Ut Ardeat cor meum 12_Tui nati vulnerati 13_Juxta crucem 14_Virgo virginum praeclara 15_Fac Ut Portem Christi mortem 16_Inflammatus et accensus 17_Fac me cruci custodiri 18_Quando Corpus morietur IMPORTANTE Se ritenete che questo video leda i vostri diritti di proprietà, vogliate comunicarmelo e sarà mio dovere eliminare il video dal web. Grazie. If you think this video is affecting your property rights, please tell me and I will remove it from the web. Thank you.
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Stabat Mater (feat. Sandra Pastrana & the City of Rome Contemporary Music Ensemble)

Stabat Mater (feat. Sandra Pastrana & the City of Rome Contemporary Music Ensemble)

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  • Updated: 18 Jan 2014
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