Samuel Mariño: Sopranista

Sopranista

Samuel Mariño

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  • Release Date 27 May 2022
Product code
4852943
Format
CD Album
Label
Decca UMO / Classics / Decca
Venezuelan sopranista Samuel presents his debut album, showcasing his unique, delicate voice. Featuring world premieres and rarities by Cimarosa and Bologne, Chevalier de St-Georges, as well as beautiful Mozart & Gluck aria favourites written for castrati of the 18th century, many heard here recorded by a man for the first time. Recorded with leading period instrument specialists Andrea Marcon and La Cetra Barockorchester Basel. As a member of the LGBTQ+ community, Samuel is on a mission to show that in the classical world, everyone is welcome.
Tracks
1 Mozart -‘Voi che sapete’ from Le nozze di Figaro, K. 492 (Act II; Sc ii)  
2 Gluck -‘Che farò senza Euridice’ from Le feste d'Apollo (Act III “Orfeo”)  
3 Mozart - ‘Aer tranquillo e di sereni’ from Il re pastore, K.208 (Act I; Sc ii)  
4 Mozart - ‘L'amerò, sarò costante’ from Il re pastore, K.208 (Act II; Sc vi)  
5 Cimarosa - ‘Resta in pace, idolo mio’ from Gli Orazi e i Curiazi (Act III; Sc ii)  
6 Mozart - ‘Deh per questo istante solo’ from La clemenza di Tito, K.621 (Act II; Sc x)  
7 Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges - Ouverture from L’Amant Anonyme (orchestra only, split into 3 movements/tracks for digital product)  
8 Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges - ‘Son amour, sa constance extreme’ from L’Amant Anonyme (Act I; Sc iii)*  
9 Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges - ‘Enfin une foule importune… Amour deviant moi propice’ from L’Amant Anonyme (Act II; Sc i)*  
10 Mozart - ‘Lungi da te, mio bene’ from Mitridate, re di Ponto, K.87 (Act II; Sc vii)  
11 Cimarosa - ‘Cara parte del mio cor’ from Oreste*"