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Quote from: Antoine Marchand on September 01, 2010, 08:29:32 PMIf I had to choose just one recording, I would choose this 2-CD set of the Vivaldi Edition:
Quote from: Que on September 02, 2010, 07:36:03 AMMe too. Q
Quote from: KevinP on July 09, 2018, 07:25:24 PMLaudate Pueri (rv 601) Quite operatic solo soprano piece with some really beautiful moments.In FuroreLauda Jerusalem (for two choruses and soloists)Robert King's versions for me. (Strangely, for works that have dozens of recordings, his never make an impression on me, but for works with only a handful of renditions, I always seem to find his the best.)
Quote from: aligreto on July 05, 2020, 01:51:52 AMMotet: Vestro Principi divino RV633Polverelli/De Marchi: Polverelli's voice, for me, is just a bit on the heavy side. De Marchi directs a delicate but slow tempo throughout, the total duration lasting approximately an extra half minute. This removes the essentially inherent urgency and rhythmic integrity of the music. As a result, and coupled with the heavier tones of Polverelli's voice, it is a slightly cumbersome version comparatively. It certainly is not a poor or a sub standard version. For me it just lacks energy, drive and vibrancy [which is the way that I prefer Vivaldi's music to be played]. Others may really like it as it is quite devotional in tone and colour. It is well played and sung. I do not dislike it, it is just the least preferred version of those that I own.
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