Antonio vivaldi - robert king - concerti con molti istromenti


In any event, this RV 597 rendition is more often performed and recorded than the later version. It is comprised of nine movements and opens with "Beatus vir qui timet Dominum," a lovely choral piece for female voices that features a lengthy introduction on strings. There are five other "Beatus vir" sections scattered throughout the work, all very brief and serving as a refrain, each repeating the main choral theme from the opening movement, an angelic creation of ecstatic character. If these repeats are counted as separate sections, then the work can be broken down into 14 separate movements. "Potens in terra" follows, a more muscular piece in contrast, scored for male chorus. Following the first "Beatus vir" repeat is the lively "Gloriae et divitiae," which features fine vocal writing for female soloists. After another "Beatus vir" comes "Exortum est in tenebris" and "Jucundus homo," the former mixing male and female choruses in ecstatic music and the latter featuring an almost playful introduction on organ and a lovely solo for soprano ensuing. "In Memoria eternal" (No. 9) is framed by two more "Beatus vir" movements. It is among the deeper and more probing sections, beginning with a pensive introduction on strings, after which the choruses touchingly sing mournful music. "Paratum cor eius" follows, a vigorous triumphant movement that is deftly contrasted by the ensuing "Peccator videbit," which begins with slow but lovely music and then alternates that material with lively and jubilant music. The final "Beatus vir" appears, after which comes the concluding "Gloria Patri," a triumphant movement in which the choruses sing with vigor and convey a sense of angelic majesty.


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