Karine Deshayes - Mozart: Exsultate Jubilate! | RECORD STORE DAY

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Mozart: Exsultate Jubilate!
Artist: Karine Deshayes
Format: CD


Rel. Date: 10/27/2023
UPC: 5051083190473

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1. Mozart: La Betulia Liberata, K.118/74c Aria: Quel nocchier che in gran procella (Amital)
2. Mozart: Symphony No.17 in G Major, K.129 I. Allegro
3. Mozart: Symphony No.17 in G Major, K.129 II. Andante
4. Mozart: Symphony No.17 in G Major, K.129 III. Allegro
5. Mozart: Davide Penitente, K.469 Aria: Lungi le cure ingrate
6. Mozart: Church Sonata in D Major, K.69
7. Mozart: Church Sonata in G Major, K.274
8. Mozart: Church Sonata in D Major, K.144
9. Mozart: Mass in C Major, K.317 'Coronation' VI. Agnus Dei
10. Mozart: Church Sonata in E-Flat Major, K.67
11. Mozart: Exsultate, jubilate, K.165 I. Exsultate, jubilate
12. Mozart: Exsultate, jubilate, K.165 II. Fulget amica dies
13. Mozart: Exsultate, jubilate, K.165 III. Tu virginum corona
14. Mozart: Exsultate, jubilate, K.165 IV. Alleluia, alleluia
15. Mozart: Vesperæ solennes de confessore, K.339 V. Laudate Dominum

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Karine Deshayes, one of today's most remarkable interpreters of Mozart together with the vocal and instrumental ensemble Les Paladins, gives an outstanding performance in this program of his sacred and secular works, in which the motet Exsultate, jubilate! Forms the centrepiece. Her rich, full-bodied voice taps directly into the roots of this highly virtuosic piece, originally written for a powerful, resonant soprano castrato tessitura. Conducted by Jérôme Correas, the musicians complete the program with a selection of early pieces by Mozart: several of his (unjustly underrated) Church Sonatas, his Symphony No. 17, a poetic Agnus Dei from the Vespers, and excerpts from the all too rarely heard Davide penintente and La Betulia liberata. Through his attention to contrast and his concern for expressivity, the conductor reveals the underlying theatricality of these works, unparalleled in their dramatic power.