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Although he already has a rich stage and recording career behind him, this is Tim Mead's first solo album. 'Juxtaposing the sacred and secular aspects of Vivaldi's work, this program explores the earthly passion of the divine and the heavenly beauty of love', says the English countertenor. 'When they are placed side by side, his highly individual approach reveals that these two worlds are closely intertwined, in music at once astonishing and highly virtuosic.' With his partners from Arcangelo, directed by Jonathan Cohen, we hear him in the famous Nisi Dominus and the no less celebrated cantata Cessate, omai, cessate, alongside the Salve Regina RV618 and Amor, hai vinto.
Although he already has a rich stage and recording career behind him, this is Tim Mead's first solo album. 'Juxtaposing the sacred and secular aspects of Vivaldi's work, this program explores the earthly passion of the divine and the heavenly beauty of love', says the English countertenor. 'When they are placed side by side, his highly individual approach reveals that these two worlds are closely intertwined, in music at once astonishing and highly virtuosic.' With his partners from Arcangelo, directed by Jonathan Cohen, we hear him in the famous Nisi Dominus and the no less celebrated cantata Cessate, omai, cessate, alongside the Salve Regina RV618 and Amor, hai vinto.
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Format: CD
Label: ALPHA
Rel. Date: 01/27/2023
UPC: 3760014199141

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Although he already has a rich stage and recording career behind him, this is Tim Mead's first solo album. 'Juxtaposing the sacred and secular aspects of Vivaldi's work, this program explores the earthly passion of the divine and the heavenly beauty of love', says the English countertenor. 'When they are placed side by side, his highly individual approach reveals that these two worlds are closely intertwined, in music at once astonishing and highly virtuosic.' With his partners from Arcangelo, directed by Jonathan Cohen, we hear him in the famous Nisi Dominus and the no less celebrated cantata Cessate, omai, cessate, alongside the Salve Regina RV618 and Amor, hai vinto.
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