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San Filippo Neri

Scarlatti , Frisani , Custer , Lazzara , Nuvoli , . Audio CD
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  • Conductor: .
  • Composer: Scarlatti
  • Audio CD (June 1, 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Brilliant Classics
  • ASIN: B003E1QD9E
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #372,036 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. San Filippo Neri, oratorio for soloists, trumpet, strings, lute & continuo: Part 1. Introduzione. Allegro - Adagio e Staccato
2. San Filippo Neri, oratorio for soloists, trumpet, strings, lute & continuo: Part 1. Recitativo. Cos'è, dimanda il core
3. San Filippo Neri, oratorio for soloists, trumpet, strings, lute & continuo: Part 1. Aria. Povero core
4. San Filippo Neri, oratorio for soloists, trumpet, strings, lute & continuo: Part 1. Recitativo. Poiché dell'Arno
5. San Filippo Neri, oratorio for soloists, trumpet, strings, lute & continuo: Part 1. Aria. No, non ti fidar di me
6. San Filippo Neri, oratorio for soloists, trumpet, strings, lute & continuo: Part 1. Recitativo. Filippo, ancor non senti
7. San Filippo Neri, oratorio for soloists, trumpet, strings, lute & continuo: Part 1. Aria. Ami, e amando
8. San Filippo Neri, oratorio for soloists, trumpet, strings, lute & continuo: Part 1. Recitativo. O dell'eterna mano
9. San Filippo Neri, oratorio for soloists, trumpet, strings, lute & continuo: Part 1. Duetto. Serafini, voi che siete
10. San Filippo Neri, oratorio for soloists, trumpet, strings, lute & continuo: Part 1. Recitativo. Io, che sono la Fede
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Disc: 2
1. San Filippo Neri, oratorio for soloists, trumpet, strings, lute & continuo: Part 2. Aria. Se l'imago degl'eroi
2. San Filippo Neri, oratorio for soloists, trumpet, strings, lute & continuo: Part 2. Recitativo. Con moribondo ciglio
3. San Filippo Neri, oratorio for soloists, trumpet, strings, lute & continuo: Part 2. Aria. Sei mia guida
4. San Filippo Neri, oratorio for soloists, trumpet, strings, lute & continuo: Part 2. Recitativo. Qui, dove in bronzi
5. San Filippo Neri, oratorio for soloists, trumpet, strings, lute & continuo: Part 2. Aria. Quelle spine
6. San Filippo Neri, oratorio for soloists, trumpet, strings, lute & continuo: Part 2. Recitativo. Sento il piacer
7. San Filippo Neri, oratorio for soloists, trumpet, strings, lute & continuo: Part 2. Aria. Alma invitta
8. San Filippo Neri, oratorio for soloists, trumpet, strings, lute & continuo: Part 2. Recitativo. Sante virtù
9. San Filippo Neri, oratorio for soloists, trumpet, strings, lute & continuo: Part 2. Aria. Son come destriero
10. San Filippo Neri, oratorio for soloists, trumpet, strings, lute & continuo: Part 2. Aria. Sarai stella
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5.0 out of 5 stars Saints? Goblins? Leprechauns? July 8, 2010
Even a lapsed Lutheran like me has deep reluctance to acknowledge the Papal authority to canonize a mere mortal as a Saint, and as a secular humanist I no more recognize the mystical powers of saints than of lechrechauns, but the Florentine Filippo Neri (151-1595) was by all accounts an exceptionally fine human being, a man of generosity, compassion, humor, and integrity - a saintly man if ever one lived! Of course, no legitimate "saint" would ever be capable of regarding himself as one; that would be the sin of spiritual pride, and Neri was not a prideful man. Nevertheless, he had much to be proud of; his 'canonization' in 1622 as Saint Filippo Neri properly honored one of the most influential figures of the Counter-Reformation era of Catholic history.

Neri began his self-appointed mission of charity among the poor and sick of Roma at age 18 in 1533. Soon he submitted himself to the discipline of the Augustinian order. In 1548, he founded the confraternity of the Santissima Trinita, for the aid of impoverished convalescents and pilgrims. In 1556, he initiated a series of informal devotional evening gatherings in the oratory of San Girolamo in Roma; these gatherings included prayer, lectures, and music, and very quickly became well known and attended, expanding and becoming formalized. In 1575, with papal support, Neri institutionalized his gatherings as a self-governing 'congregation' of secular priests, the Oratorian fathers, an order which spread widely and powerfully in France and England as well as in Italy. Among the musicians who participated in Neri's devotional sessions were Palestrina and de Victoria. Neri's influence in music was profound, though he was never a composer.
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