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Offertorio - Verdi* - Maria Caniglia, Ebe Stignani, Beniamino Gigli, Rome Opera Chorus* & Orchestra*

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Mezzo-Soprano and Chorus: A written book will be brought forth, which contains everything for which the world will be judged. Therefore when the Judge takes His seat, whatever is hidden will be revealed. The day of wrath, that day will dissolve the world into ashes, as David and the Sibyl prophesied.

Soprano, Mezzo-Sporano, and Tenor: What can a wretch like me say? Whom shall I ask to intercede, when even the just are unsafe? Solo Quartet and Chorus: King of dreadful majesty who freely saves the redeemed, save me, O font of pity.

Soprano and Mezzo-Soprano: Recall, merciful Jesus, that I was the reason for your journey: do not destroy me on that day. In seeking me, you sat down wearily; enduring the Cross, you redeemed me: do not let these pains to have been in vain.

Just Judge of punishment: give me the gift of redemption: before the day of reckoning. Tenor: I groan as a guilty one, and my face blushes with guilt; spare the supplicant, O God. You, who absolved Mary Magdalen.. Give me a place among the sheep, and separate me from the goats, placing me on your right hand. Bass and Chorus: When the damned are silenced, and given to the fierce flames, call me with your saints.

I pray, suppliant and kneeling, with a heart contrite as ashes: take my leave into your care. Chorus: The day of wrath, that day will dissolve the world in ashes, As David and the Sibyl prophesied. Solo Quarter and Chorus: That day is one of weeping, on which shall rise from the ashes the guilty man, to be judged.

Therefore, spare this one, O God. Merciful Lord Jesus: grant them peace Amen. Offertorio Quartet: O Lord Jesus Christ, King of Glory: deliver the souls of all the faithful dead from the pains of hell and from the deep pit; deliver them from the mouth of the lion; that hell may not swallow them and that they may not fall into darkness. But may the holy standard-bearer Michael show them the holy light; which you once promised to Abraham and his seed. We offer to you, O Lord, sacrifices and prayers.

Receive them on behalf of those souls whom we commemorate today. Grant, O Lord, that they might pass from death into that life which you once promised to Abraham and his seed. Deliver the souls of all the faithful dead from the pains of hell; Grant that they might pass from death into that life. Heaven and earth are filled with your glory. Hosanna in the highest! You may have already requested this item.

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Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript. Some features of WorldCat will not be available. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or. Search WorldCat Find items in libraries near you. Advanced Search Find a Library. Your list has reached the maximum number of items. Regarded by many as having had the most beautiful spinto soprano between the primes of Claudia Muzio and Renata Tebaldi, Maria Caniglia was chosen to record a number of major soprano roles, several of them with Beniamino Gigli.

Her generous temperament sometimes led her to dramatic overemphasis and her technique sometimes failed her in the topmost register, but she was always a vivid presence, always committed to giving her all in performance. Born to a family from the province of Abruzzi, Caniglia studied at the Naples Conservatory with Agostino Roche, a famous pedagogue who trained many artists, notably mezzo soprano Ebe Stignani, with whom Caniglia would perform and record often. Roche believed that the young soprano was destined for more than lyric roles and, accordingly, trained her to sing the spinto repertory.

The opinion of each was that she should return in a half-year's time to present a more lyric repertory. At that time, she was engaged, but ironically, from the beginning was given more spinto roles than lyric.

Her debut, however, took place in at Turin's Teatro Regio, where the soprano had already been engaged for a production of Elektra. Reviews User-contributed reviews Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers.

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8 thought on “Offertorio - Verdi* - Maria Caniglia, Ebe Stignani, Beniamino Gigli, Rome Opera Chorus* & Orchestra*”

  1. Gardakinos says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Aida on Discogs.
  2. Tagore says:
    Giuseppe Verdi, Tullio Serafin, Royal Opera Chorus and Orchestra of Rome, Maria Caniglia, Beniamino Gigli, Ebe Stignani, Ezio Pinza - Verdi: Requiem Mass - bluegrass.chartgenie.netinfo Music.
  3. Goltijar says:
    Oct 18,  · Messa da Requiem: VI Lux aeterna, a song by Giuseppe Verdi, Maria Caniglia, Beniamino Gigli, Ezio Pinza, Ebe Stignani, Rome Opera House Chorus, Orchestra Del Teatro Dell'Opera Di Roma, Tullio Serafin on SpotifyMusic Duration: 4 min.
  4. Yozshuzshura says:
    Credited incorrectly as La Scala Chorus & Orchestra on rear cover. Rome Opera Chorus & Orchestra, as credited on cover and labels, is correct. Maria Caniglia, Beniamino Gigli, Ebe Stignani, Verdi* - Maria Caniglia, Ebe Stignani, Beniamino Gigli, /5(2).
  5. Faulkree says:
    Oct 18,  · Messa da Requiem: Liber scriptus, a song by Giuseppe Verdi, Maria Caniglia, Beniamino Gigli, Ezio Pinza, Ebe Stignani, Rome Opera House Chorus, Orchestra Del Teatro Dell'Opera Di Roma, Tullio Serafin on bluegrass.chartgenie.netinfo Duration: 4 min.
  6. Zolonos says:
    Verdi and the Requiem. Giuseppe Verdi was born on October 9, , in Le Roncole, near Busseto, Italy. He died on January 27, , in Milan, Italy. Verdi completed his Requiem Mass in April and conducted the first performance on May 22, , at the church of San Marco in Milan. Verdi was a man of great spirituality.
  7. Fenrigis says:
    ‎Regarded by many as having had the most beautiful spinto soprano between the primes of Claudia Muzio and Renata Tebaldi, Maria Caniglia was chosen to record a number of major soprano roles, several of them with Beniamino Gigli. Her generous temperament sometimes led her to dramatic overemphasis and. Available with an Apple Music subscription.
  8. Arashirr says:
    You may hear Beniamino Gigl performing Giuseppe Verdi's Messa da Requiem with Maria Caiglio, Ebe Stignani, Ezio Pinza and Tulio Serafin conducting the Rome Royal Opera Chorus in Here on bluegrass.chartgenie.netinfo: including complete operas with Maria Caniglia, Rina Gigli, Licia Albanese and Toti dal Monte, have been reissued on CD. Gigli recordings.

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