Antonio Caldara

Antonio Caldara - Sonate a Violoncello Solo, 1735 [2010]  Music

Posted by Sowulo at Jan. 15, 2016
Antonio Caldara - Sonate a Violoncello Solo, 1735 [2010]

Antonio Caldara (1670 - 1736) - Sonate à Violoncello Solo, 1735 [2010]
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | Scans | 1cd, 391.50 MB
Classical | Label: Arcana | Catalog Nos: A356

Charles Avison named Caldara along with Arcangelo Corelli, Alessandro Scarlatti and George Frideric Handel as the composers …
"… whose works have been thoroughly proved and have stood the never failing test of time." Charles Burney wrote in his famous History of Music "Caldara was one of the greatest professors both for the Church and the stage that Italy can boast" and "there is no composer of oratorios anterior to Handel of whose choruses I have any great expectations, except Caldara."
Antonio Caldara - Medea Cantates pour alto solo - Gerard Lesne - Il Seminario Musicale

Antonio Caldara - Medea Cantates pour alto solo - Gerard Lesne - Il Seminario Musicale
EAC RIP | APE + CUE + LOG | NO COVER | 313 Mb
Classical | Virgin Veritas 0777 7590582 3

Antonio Caldara - Sonate a Violoncello  

Posted by alekhno at May 8, 2008
Antonio Caldara - Sonate a Violoncello

Antonio Caldara - Sonate a Violoncello solo col basso
Classical | APE | 1 CD | Covers | 320 Mb | rs.com
L'Aura Soave

Antonio Caldara - Suonate da Camera Opera II  

Posted by alekhno at Feb. 29, 2008
Antonio Caldara - Suonate da Camera Opera II

Antonio Caldara - Suonate da Camera Opera II
Classical | APE & CUE | 1 CD | Covers | 386 Mb

Antonio Caldara - 12 Sinfonie A Quattro  

Posted by alekhno at Feb. 2, 2008
Antonio Caldara - 12 Sinfonie A Quattro

Antonio Caldara - 12 Sinfonie A Quattro
Classical | FLAC & CUE | 1 CD | Covers | 371 Mb | rs.com

Caldara - Il più bel nome (Emilio Moreno) (2010)  Music

Posted by Vilboa at Nov. 10, 2016
Caldara - Il più bel nome (Emilio Moreno) (2010)

Caldara - Il più bel nome (Emilio Moreno)
Classical | Glossa GCD 920310 | 2010 | TT: 117.31 | EAC (FLAC, cue, log) | Covers | 549 Mb

A signal moment in the arrival of Italian music on Spanish soil came in the summer of 1708 when Antonio Caldara, finding his opportunities for providing dramatic works for the opera-loving Duke of Mantua limited by the War of the Spanish Succession, headed off to Barcelona to take on acommission for putting on an operatic work from Archduke Charles (“Carlos III”), who was preparing his own wedding festivities at the court he had established in order to contend for the Spanish throne. For three centuries this serenata, Il più bel nome has (like much of the hugely successful theatre music of its time written by this Baroque composer from Venice) been passed over – thereby presenting Emilio Moreno and El Concierto Español with a superb opportunity to gather together an outstanding quintet of soloists to lead this paean of praise to St Elisabeth and, by extension, to Archduke Charles’ future wife, Princess Elisabeth Christine of Wolfenbüttel.
Caldara - Maddalena ai piedi di Cristo (Rene Jacob, Bernarda Fink, Andreas Scholl) [2002]

Caldara - Maddalena ai piedi di Cristo (Rene Jacob, Bernarda Fink, Andreas Scholl) [2002]
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | Covers | 2cd, 568.67 MB
Classical | Label: Harmonia Mundi | Catalog Number: HMC 905221.22

Antonio Caldara, in this recently rediscovered church opéra, reaches a rare level of beauty and intensity. Beauty essentially due to the perfect blend and contrast between the various voices. The two alti and the two soprani are absolutely marvellous in their complementary values and hues, and they enhance the bass and the tenor in a unique way. Intensity due to the debate in Maddalena between carnal love and spiritual christian love. This debate is represented by the fight between the two alti, Amor Celeste and Amor Terreno, redoubled with the same debate between the two soprani…
Dr Jacques COULARDEAU
Caldara Antonio - Cantate d'Amore (La costanza vince il rigore & La lode premiata) (Nalin) (1996)

Caldara Antonio - Cantate d'Amore (La costanza vince il rigore & La lode premiata) (Nalin) (1996)
APE, IMG+CUE, LOG, Complete Artwork (jpg) => 306 MB | 64’24
EAC Rip | Classical | Label: Dynamic Italy | FServe/FSonic

Early in 1709 Antonio Caldara became maestro di cappella to the Marchese Francesco Maria Ruspoli in Rome. If the appointment brought new stability to his personal life, it also inspired him to remarkable creative effort. The two cantatas recorded here afford only a brief glimpse into a veritable musical treasure chest, the legacy of the seven years he held sway over an array of entertainments given by one of Rome's most lavish patrons of the arts.

Caldara Antonio - XII Sinfonie a Quattro (Letzbor) (2009)  Music

Posted by ArlegZ at Oct. 2, 2010
Caldara Antonio - XII Sinfonie a Quattro (Letzbor) (2009)

Caldara Antonio - XII Sinfonie a Quattro (Letzbor) (2009)
APE, IMG+CUE, LOG, Complete Artwork (jpg) => 297 MB | 58’38
EAC Rip | Classical | Label: Arcana Records | FServe/FSonic

The Venetian-born composer Antonio Caldara (1670-1736) had held the position of Vizekapell-meister to the Habsburg emperor Charles VI for nearly 15 years when, in 1730, Ketro Metastasio moved from Rome to Vienna to take up an appointment as Poeta di sua Maesta Cesarea e Cattolica at the imperial court. In that time Caldara had set nearly 40 opera and oratorio libretti, and before his death on 27 December 1736, he was to provide the first settings of nine of Metastasio's opera and oratorio texts. Among the oratorios was La Passione di Gesu Crista, Signer Nostra.
Caldara Antonio - La Passione & Sinfonias Nos. 5, 6, 7, and 9 (Pal Nemeth) (1999)

Caldara Antonio - La Passione & Sinfonias Nos. 5, 6, 7, and 9 (Pal Nemeth) (1999)
APE, IMG+CUE, LOG, Complete Artwork (jpg) => 553 MB | CD1:58’27; CD2:65’34
EAC Rip | Classical | Label: Hungaroton | FServe/FSonic

The Venetian-born composer Antonio Caldara (1670-1736) had held the position of Vizekapell-meister to the Habsburg emperor Charles VI for nearly 15 years when, in 1730, Ketro Metastasio moved from Rome to Vienna to take up an appointment as Poeta di sua Maesta Cesarea e Cattolica at the imperial court. In that time Caldara had set nearly 40 opera and oratorio libret¬ti, and before his death on 27 December 1736, he was to provide the first settings of nine of Metastasio's opera and oratorio texts. Among the oratorios was La Passione di Gesu Crista, Signer Nostra.