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Coffret Stabat Mater/Mazarin Import

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Audio CD, Import, September 20, 2011
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  • Audio CD (September 20, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Imports
  • ASIN: B005910G68
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #756,422 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Giordano Bruno on January 7, 2012
This is a twofer re-release, and one of the two had already been released under two titles with different covers. The "Stabat Mater" CD was originally released as "Beata Vergine"; I reviewed it long ago:

""Trying to describe Philippe Jaroussky's voice is like trying to find fresh adjective for a vintage wine: butterscotch and vanilla, with plenty of oak and a hint of pear! Describing his technique is more straightforward: perfect pitch control, expressive dynamics from intimate to operatic, astonishing agility in singing the most lickety-split 'passagi' of 32nd notes, thrillingly masculine affect even in his coloratura range. What? Coloratura? Yes, Jaroussky is a male soprano, with the ability to sing, not squeak, passages well above the range of most countertenors.
This CD is a showcase of his vocal talents. The twelve motets have been well selected for variety, from the simplicity of O Quam Suavis to the aerial acrobatics of Corda Lingua in Amore, even though all twelve are Marian devotional pieces from 17th Century Italy. Vaiety is enhanced by the inclusion of several duet motets, featuring the voice of Marie-Nicole Lemieux, whose warm contralto blends well with Jaroussky's steely blue soprano. Of the composers, only Frescobaldi could be considered well known even to specialists; the others - Rigatti, Caprioli, Mattioli - are forgotten masters of the glorious Venetian and Roman musical establishments of the early Baroque. All are the heirs of Monteverdi. While this program of motets was obviously selected to exhibit Jaroussky's virtuosity, there isn't a single mediocre piece to be heard. The three pieces by Alessandro Grandi in particular make me wonder whether there might not be a lot more stunning music to be discovered by these obscure Italians.
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