Juditha Triumphans is the only survivor of the four oratorios that Vivaldi is known to have composed. The work was commissioned to celebrate the victory of the Republic of Venice over the Turks during the siege of Corfu. The oratorio marks the climax of Vivaldi's vocal production. The great beauty of it's arias and choral parts, the compact dramatic quality of it's recitatives and the richness of instrumentation all single it out as one of the most intense and fascinating examples of the genre. As you have come to expect from Jordi Savall, the booklet is lavishly illustrated and contains the full libretto translated in six languages.
Juditha Triumphans is the only survivor of the four oratorios that Vivaldi is known to have composed. The work was commissioned to celebrate the victory of the Republic of Venice over the Turks during the siege of Corfu. The oratorio marks the climax of Vivaldi's vocal production. The great beauty of it's arias and choral parts, the compact dramatic quality of it's recitatives and the richness of instrumentation all single it out as one of the most intense and fascinating examples of the genre. As you have come to expect from Jordi Savall, the booklet is lavishly illustrated and contains the full libretto translated in six languages.
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Rel. Date: 11/01/2019
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Vivaldi: Juditha Triumphans
Artist: Jordi Savall
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1. Konzert für Violine, 2 Oboen, 2 Hörner, Streicher und Basso continuo D-Dur RV 562
2. Konzert fĂĽr Violine, Streicher und Basso continuo D-Dur op. 3 Nr. 9 RV 230
3. Chor: Arma, coedes, vindictoe, furores
4. Rezitativ: Felix en fausta dies
5. Aria: Nil arma, nil bella
6. Rezitativ: Mi Dux, domine mi
7. Aria: Matrona inimica
8. Rezitativ: Huc accedat Matrona
9. Aria: Quo cum Patri 1
10. Rezitativ: Ne timeas non 1
11. Aria: Vultus tui vago splendori 1
12. Rezitativ: Vide, humilis prostrata 1
13. Aria und Chor: O quam vaga, venusta 1
14. Rezitativ: Quem vides prope 1
15. Aria: Quamvis ferro, et ense gravis 1
16. Rezitativ: Quid cerno! Oculi mei 1
17. Aria: Sede, o cara, dilecta speciosa 1
18. Rezitativ: Magna, o f mina petis 1
19. Aria: Sede, o cara, dilecta speciosa 2
20. Rezitativ: Tu Judex es 2
21. Aria: Agitata infido flatu 2
22. Rezitativ: In tentorio supernæ 2
23. Aria und Chor: O servi volate 2
24. Rezitativ: Tu quoque hebraica ancilla 2
25. Aria: Veni, veni, me sequere fida 2
26. Rezitativ: Venio, Juditha, venio 2
27. Aria: Fulgeat sol frontis decor 2
28. Rezitativ: In Urbe interim pia 2
29. Chor: Mundi Rector de C lo 3
30. Rezitativ: Summi Regis in mente 3
31. Aria: O Sydera, o stell 3
32. Rezitativ: Jam s vientis in hostem 3
33. Aria: Nox obscura tenebrosa 3
34. Rezitativ: Belliger e me sorti 3
35. Aria: Transit tas, volant anni 3
36. Rezitativ: H c in crastinum serva 3
37. Aria: Noli, o cara, te adorantis 3
38. Rezitativ: Tibi dona salutis 3
39. Chor: Plena nectare non mero 4
40. Rezitativ: Tormenta mentis tu 4
41. Aria: Vivat in pace 4
42. Rezitativ: Sic in Pace inter hostes 4
43. Aria: Umbr car 4
44. Rezitativ: Quae fortunata es tu 4
45. Aria: Non ita reducem 4
46. Rezitativ: Jam pergo, postes claudo 4
47. Rezitativ: Summe Astrorum Creator 4
48. Aria: In somno profundo 4
49. Rezitativ: Impii, indigni Tiranni 5
50. Rezitativ: Abra, Abra accipe munus 5
51. Aria: Si fulgida per te 5
52. Rezitativ: Jam non procul ab axe 5
53. Aria: Armat face 5
54. Rezitativ: Quam insolita luce 5
55. Aria: Gaude felix Bethulia l tare 5
56. Rezitativ: Ita decreto terno 5
57. Chor: Salve invicta Juditha formosa

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Juditha Triumphans is the only survivor of the four oratorios that Vivaldi is known to have composed. The work was commissioned to celebrate the victory of the Republic of Venice over the Turks during the siege of Corfu. The oratorio marks the climax of Vivaldi's vocal production. The great beauty of it's arias and choral parts, the compact dramatic quality of it's recitatives and the richness of instrumentation all single it out as one of the most intense and fascinating examples of the genre. As you have come to expect from Jordi Savall, the booklet is lavishly illustrated and contains the full libretto translated in six languages.