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Vivaldi Edition

The Vivaldi Edition, a recording venture conceived by the Italian musicologist Alberto Basso and the independent label Naïve, is one of the most ambitious recording projects of the twenty-first century.

Its principal objective is to record the massive collection of Vivaldi autograph manuscripts preserved today in the Biblioteca Nazionale in Turin, some 450 works. Incredibly, this is the private library of scores Vivaldi had at home at the time of his death in Vienna in 1741 and includes his extant operas, hundreds of concertos, sacred compositions and cantatas. Much of this music has not been heard since the 18th century.

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Concerto Italiano, Rinaldo Alessandrini

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Marie-Nicole Lemieux, Jennifer Larmore, Veronica Cangemi, Philippe Jaroussky, Lorenzo Regazzo, Ann Hallenberg, Blandine Staskiewicz

Choeur Les Eléments & Ensemble Matheus, Jean-Christophe Spinosi

Jean-Christophe Spinosi's imaginative interpretation of Vivaldi's Orlando, excellently cast and performed. More…

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Sandrine Piau (soprano)

Accademia Bizantina, Ottavio Dantone

'In furore is the ideal score for any soprano who's spoiling for a fight – with herself!' So says Sandrine Piau in the booklet, and she could have added that it also makes a superb opener for... More…

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Sara Mingardo (contralto)

Concerto Italiano, Rinaldo Alessandrini

Mingardo's singing instantly grabs the heart of the listener; it is not so much a narrative description of Mary's lament but more like a first-person tragic soliloquy that might brings an atheist... More…

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