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Performance on 3

Synopsis

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Tarantella, a Cure for the Spider's Bfte Recorded at the Waterfront Hall, Belfast.
Presented by Catherine Bott and Lucie Skeaping. Marco Beasley (tenor),
L'Arpeggiata, director Christina Pluhar
17th-century Neapolitan songs and dances byStefanoLandi.AthanasiusKircherand Antonio Bertali.
Catherine Bott (soprano),
David McGuinness (harpsichord)
Carissimi // Lamento in Morte di Maria Stuarda The Burning Bush, director Lucie Skeaping Songs of the Sephardi Jews
L'Arpeggiata, director Christina Pluhar
17th-century Neapolitan songs and dances by Stefano Landi , Andrea Falconiero , Marcello Vitale , Giuseppe de Vittorio , Girolamo Kapsberger and Athanasius Kircher.

Contributors

Presented By: Catherine Bott
Presented By: Lucie Skeaping.
Tenor: Marco Beasley
Director: Christina Pluhar
Unknown: Athanasiuskircherand Antonio Bertali.
Soprano: Catherine Bott
Harpsichord: David McGuinness
Unknown: Maria Stuarda
Director: Christina Pluhar
Unknown: Stefano Landi
Unknown: Andrea Falconiero
Unknown: Marcello Vitale
Unknown: Giuseppe de Vittorio
Unknown: Girolamo Kapsberger
Unknown: Athanasius Kircher.






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