Nuria Rial sings Händel: Roma - L'anno 1707
Prices incl. VAT plus shipping costs
Ready to ship today,
Delivery time appr. 1-3 workdays
- Order number: 2010446
Georg Friedrich Händel spent four years in Italy, living in Florence, Rome, Naples, and Venice. In Italy he became famous under the name Il Sassone (the Saxon). In 1707, at the age of 22 years he composed music in Rome with an unseen emotional depth, as it was to be found in his later London operas and oratories. The young Händel composed many pieces for Cardinal Ottoboni and the Marchese Ruspoli, including the cantatas from this concert at the International Baroque Days at Stift Melk 2006.
Nuria Rial was born in Manresa near Barcelona. Until 1995 she studied piano and singing at the University of Music in her home town. From 1998 to 2002 she took part in the concert class held by Kurt Widmers at the Academy of Music in Basel.
Georg Friedrich Händel
Cantata per soprano, 2 oboi, archi e continuo HWV 78 (Roma 1708)
Cantata per soprano, 2 violini e continuo HWV 142 (Roma 1707)
Cantata per soprano, 2 oboi, archi e continuo HWV 150 (Roma 1707)