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Home » Italian Composers » Bernardo Pasquini

Bernardo Pasquini (1637-1710)

Although best known for his keyboard works, the two oratorios by Pasquini recorded thus far are among the finest of his era. Hopefully recordings of additional Pasquini oratorios will be forthcoming.

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Pasquini La Folia Discography

Recordings

Reliquie di Roma II: Caro Sposo. Marazzoli. Oratorio di Santa Catarina. Pasquini. Lamento di Cain from Cain e Abel. Nimbus Alliance NI 6185 (1 CD, June 2012). Details. Erin Headley, Atalante. Santa Caterina: Katherine Watson, soprano; Testo: Nadine Balbeisi, soprano; Fede: Emily Van Evera, soprano; Soldato II / Speranza: Steve Dugardin, countertenor; Soldato I: Juan Sancho, tenor. Cain: Emily Van Evera. UK | FR | DE
Bernardo Pasquini (1637-1710). Passion Cantatas. Brilliant Classics 94225 (1 CD, February 2012). Details. Giovanni Caruso, Capella Tiberina. Sharon Rostorf-Zamir, soprano; Furio Zanasi, bass. US | UK | FR | DE | CA | JP
Bernardo Pasquini (1637-1710). Opere per organo. Tactus TC 631803 (1 CD, November 2011). Details. Letizia Romiti, organ. US | UK | FR | DE | CA | JP
Bernardo Pasquini. Sonate per gravicembalo. Chandos CHAN 0704 (1 CD 2004). Roberto Loreggian, harpsichord by Riccardo Pergolis after Giovanni Giusti (Lucca, late 17th Century) and spinet by Pergolis after Honofrio Guarracino (Naples 1663). US | UK | DE | FR | CA | JP
Ercole Pasquini, Frescobaldi, Ferrini, M. Rossi, Bernardo Pasquini, Handel.  Rome Baroque - from Pasquini to Handel. Tempéraments TEM 316030 (1 CD 2004). Details. Francesco Cera, organ. G. Gugliemi organ (1612) at Santa Maria in Vallicella, Rome. FR | DE
Bernardo Pasquini. Oratorio Santa Agnese (1678). Sinfonia by Giovani Vitali (1632-1692). Pierre Verany PV703051 (2 CDs, June 2003). Details. Vittorio Zanon, Consortium Carissimi. Sant'Agnese: Anna Simboli, soprano; Madre di Sant'Agnese: Elena Bartolozzi, soprano; Flavio: Paolo Costa, countertenor; Aspasio: Marco Scavazza, tenor; Prefetto: Garrick Comeaux, bass. UK | DE | FR
Bernardo Pasquini. Variationi e Partite (1702). Tactus TC 631801 (1 CD 1998). Silvia Rambaldi, harpsichord. US | UK | DE | FR | CA | JP
Bernardo Pasquini. Organ Works. MDG 606 0646-2 (1 CD 1997). Ennio Cominetti, historic organ of S. Maria delle Grazie in Montepulciano, Siena: 45 keys, short octave, 9 pull-down pedals, 7 stops with cypress pipes. US | UK | DE | FR | CA | JP
Bernardo Pasquini. Sonate a due cimbali (1704). Symphonia SY91S06 (1 CD 1991). Attilio Cremonesi & Alessandro De Marchi, harpsichords. US | UK | DE | FR | CA | JP
Bernardo Pasquini, Gaspar Sanz, Pittoni, Robinson, Dowland, Le Roux, Visée, Vivaldi et al. Musique baroque pour luth, chitarrone et clavecin. Koch-Schwann 3-1544-3 (1 CD 1991). Brigitte Tramier, harpsichord; Jean-Michel Robert, lute. US | UK | DE | FR | CA | JP
Bernardo Pasquini. Sonate per Gravicembalo 1702. Astrée E8726 (1 CD 1991). Rinaldo Alessandrini, antique harpsichord by Franciscus Debbonis (Rome 1678). US | UK | DE | FR | CA | JP
Bernardo Pasquini. Caino e Abele (1671). Symphonia SY 90501 (1 CD 1990). Alessandro de Marchi, Il Teatro Armonico. Eva: Andreana Galante, soprano; Caino: Nadia Ragni, soprano; Abele: Claudio Cavina, countertenor; Il Testo: Gianpaolo Fagotto, tenor; Adamo / Satan / Iddio: Furio Zanasi, bass. US | UK | DE | FR | CA | JP
Bernardo Pasquini. Works for Organ and Harpsichord. Nuova Era 6890 (1 CD 1990). Lorenzo Ghielmi. 1640 organ in Morcote, Switzerland and harpsichord after Grimaldi (1697). US | UK | DE | FR | CA | JP

Performances

Festival Cantar Lontano 2004: Bernardo Pasquini. Sant'Alessio. Marco Mencoboni, Cantar Lontano. Sposa: Emanuela Galli, soprano; Madre: Lavinia Bertotti, soprano; Alessio: Alessandro Carmignani, countertenor; Testo: Gianpaolo Fagotto, tenor; Padre: Marco Scavazza, tenor. Festival Cantar Lontano production in collaboration with the Festival Barocco di Viterbo.

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