The Bergen Festival 2001: Festa Napoletana

A note for non-members: During this crisis, we are honored to make our "classic" shows available to any who wishes to listen.

No membership is required. Simply click the "play" button below to listen and enjoy this classic show.

To view more of our classic shows (from and earlier), click here.

Program: #01-35   Air Date: Aug 27, 2001

Beginning a series from the annual music fest in Norway's beautiful coastal Haneatic town of Bergen with the Cappella della Pieta de'Turchini in a program of light music from early Baroque Naples.

Preservation of this program is made possible by a generous grant from Richard Self.

NOTE: All of the music on this program is from the 2001Bergen International Music Festival and is performed by the Cappelladella Pieta de'Turchini directed by Antonio Florio.

These programs are made possible in part by support from the NorwegianBroadcasting Corporation (NRK) and the Royal Norwegian Embassy inWashington, D.C. For more information about Norwegian cultural eventsin the United States or for travel and tourist information, you may consult:

www.norway.org

1). FRANCESCO GRILLO (fl. 18th cen): Lo Matremmonio, Cantata for Tenor, Chitarrone and Theorbo (Naples, 1712).

2). LEONARDO VINCI (ca.1690--1730): So li'assorbe il nespole amare, Aria for tenor, Violin, Chitarrone, and Therobo (Rome, 1738).

3). GAETANO LATILLA (1711-1788): La Finta Cameriera: arias (Rome, 1738)

Composer Info

FRANCESCO GRILLO (fl. 18th cen), LEONARDO VINCI (ca.1690--1730), GAETANO LATILLA (1711-1788)

Note: The contact information in this episode may be out-of-date now.

If you’d like to contact us, please contact us at this current link.

Thank you for listening to this show! If you enjoyed what you heard, click here to become a subscriber.

You’ll support our continuing mission to showcase early music, and you’ll gain access to our vast and unique selection of shows.