Logroscino: Stabat Mater; Concerto per flauto; Cantata Ecco l'ara, ecco il nume
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By Giulia Semenzato, Marcello Gatti, and Raffaele Pe. By Nicola Bonifacio Logroscino. Classical. CD. Naxos #A455. Published by Naxos (NX.A455).

Conducted by Talenti Vulcanici.

Composed 25 years after the celebrated work of the same name by Pergolesi, and for the same forces, the Stabat Mater by Nicola Logroscino (pronounced Logroscino) belongs to the long list of compositions born of the Neapolitan school, beginning with the model by Alessandro Scarlatti (1723). Although inspired by its illustrious precedents, this work distinguishes itself in its strong theatrical character, derived from the author's long experience in opera (especially comic opera), of which he was a leading figure until the mid-eighteenth century. His Stabat Mater thus seems to be a veritable synthesis of operatic style, whereby lengthy arias alternate with lively duets, and passages of almost folk origins alternate with very simple recitatives. Giulia Semenzato, soprano, and Raffele Pe, countertenor, are the protagonists of this important rediscovery. This album - the first monographic recording dedicated to the composer - includes a brilliant cantata for soprano as well as a concerto for flute (played by Marcello Gatti), a work that represents a precious addition to the repertoire for this instrument. The ensemble Talenti Vulcanici, under the direction of Stefano Demicheli, deliver an instrumental performance of stylistic coherence and calibrated virtuosity, following their successful recording, Arias for Nicolino (A427), praised by critics for its theatrical tautness and elan, and a reliable sense of pacing, detail and texture. (David Vickers, Gramophone, August 2017).