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Baroque Aria

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Vinci, Leonardo (b Strongoli, Calabria, ?1690; d Naples, 27/28 May 1730)

Aria
  • Fiumicel, che s'ode appena
    Forces: soprano, oboe, strings & continuo
    One of the stunning arias in Semiramide (1729) written for the soprano castrato Carlo Scalzi. A classic 'Little brooks and little breezes' aria with some virtuosic requirements for the singer. Source: Biblioteca del Conservatorio di musica S. Pietro a Majella - Napoli; Segnatura: 32.4.11
    Editor: James Sanderson
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  • Incerto dubbioso mio vago tesoro
    Forces: alto, strings & continuo
    From Il Medo (Parma 1728), an opera which starred Farinelli, this is a delightful aria for alto and strings. "Uncertain and doubting...I go without fear to fight the barbarous Gods and Heaven itself.
    Source: Münster Santini Sammlung HS 2462
    Range: b - e'

    Editor: James Sanderson
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  • Innamorata dolce mia fiamma
    Forces: soprano, strings & continuo
    Love and the pain of love burn strong in this virtuosic aria written for Farinelli in Il Medo (Parma, 1728).
    Source: Münster Santini Sammlung HS 4262
    Range: d - b''

    Editor: James Sanderson
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  • Navigante che non spera
    Forces: soprano, strings & continuo
    The image of the sailor returning to the shore characterises this virtuosic aria written for Farinelli in Il Medo (Parma, 1728).
    Source: Münster Santini Sammlung HS 4262
    Range: c - b flat''

    Editor: James Sanderson
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  • Non è più folle lusinga
    Forces: soprano, strings & continuo
    A beautiful aria from Il Medo (Parma, 1728). Rejecting the adoration of the crowds, the singer relies on the affections of his beloved.
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    Editor: James Sanderson
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  • Scherzo dell'onda instabile
    Forces: soprano, strings & continuo
    The strong image of waves playing on the beach in this virtuosic aria written for Farinelli from Il Medo (Parma, 1728).
    Source: Münster Santini Sammlung HS 4262
    Range: c - b flat''

    Editor: James Sanderson
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  • Vol solcando un mar crudele
    Forces: soprano, 2 horns, strings and continuo
    Arbace 's aria in scene xv of Act I of Vinci's opera Artaserse (Rome 1730). Classic simile aria with real coloratura requirements for the singer. Excellent accompagnato recit. to begin the scene as well.
    Editor: James Sanderson
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