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Alessandro Stradella, Carlo Felice Cillario - S. Giovanni Battista ("Saint John The Baptist") album

Alessandro Stradella, Carlo Felice Cillario - S. Giovanni Battista ("Saint John The Baptist") album
Performer: Alessandro Stradella
Title: S. Giovanni Battista ("Saint John The Baptist")
Genre: Classical
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 567
Formats: MMF AC3 MP3 RA VQF MPC AHX
MP3 size: 1209 mb
FLAC size: 1632 mb

Tracklist

A Oratorio In Two Parts: Part I 26:30
B Oratorio In Two Parts: Part II 26:01

Credits

  • Bass Vocals – Giorgio Tadeo
  • Chorus – Coro Polifonico Of Turin
  • Conductor – Carlo Felice Cillario
  • Contralto Vocals – Adriana Lazzarini
  • Music Director – Ruggero Maghini
  • Orchestra – Orchestra Dell'Angelicum Di Milano
  • Soprano Vocals – Elena Barcis, Zimra Ornatt
  • Tenor Vocals – Alfredo Nobile

Turin Cathedral (Italian: Duomo di Torino; Cattedrale di San Giovanni Battista) is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Turin, northern Italy. Dedicated to Saint John the Baptist (Italian: San Giovanni Battista), it is the seat of the Archbishops of Turin. It was built during 1491–98 and is adjacent to an earlier campanile built in 1470. Designed by Guarino Guarini, the Chapel of the Holy Shroud (the current location of the Shroud of Turin) was added to the structure in 1668–94.

San Giovanni Battista is the Italian translation of Saint John the Baptist. It may also refer to: San Giovanni Battista, Highway A11, a church in Florence, Italy. San Giovanni Battista, Praiano, a church in Praiano, Italy. San Giovanni Battista, Serravalle, a church in Vittorio Veneto, Italy. Turin Cathedral, dedicated to San Giovanni Battista. San Giovanni Battista, An Oratorio by the composer Alessandro Stradella.

Alessandro Stradella (opera). San Giovanni Battista. Erode (State Assembly Constituency). Stradella began to live a dissolute life. With Carlo Ambrogio Lonati he attempted to embezzle money from the Roman Catholic Church, but was found out: he fled the city, only returning much later when he thought it was safe. His numerous incautious affairs with women began to make him enemies among the powerful men of the city, and he had to leave Rome for good. com/Alessandro Stradella. San Giovanni Battista is the Italian translation of Saint John the Baptist. It can refer to several places, including: San Giovanni Battista, a church in Florence, Italy. San Giovanni Battista, a church in Praiano, Italy.

The construction of the building began around the fourth century on the ruins of a Roman house. The structure was rebuilt several times, and was then consecrated on November 6, 1059 by Pope Nicholas II, born Gérard de Bourgogne. The iconography of the three bronze doors depicts, as in a gigantic illustrated Bible, the Old Testament Stories (East Gate), the stories of Saint John the Baptist (South Gate), and the Stories of Christ, or new Testament (North Gate). The doors of the Baptistery, in particular those of the Gate of Heaven, feature a modern and vital sculpture, realized with impressive perspective solutions.

Explore Pastorjoelle Colville-Hanson's board "John the Baptist", followed by 1038 people on Pinterest. Detail from Caravaggio’s Beheading of Saint John the Baptist, 1608. Pastorjoelle Colville-Hanson. St John The Baptist by Carlo Crivelli.

Dedicated to Saint John the Baptist, has a very high steeple, beautiful interiors of the eighteenth century. By raffaele g. Chiesa dedicata a S. Giovanni Battista. Ricostruita nel XIX secolo con il materiale della vecchia chiesa a ridosso del cimitero,dove rimane il vecchio campanile more . Church dedicated to St. John the Baptist. Rebuilt in the 19th century with the material of the old church next to the cemetery, where it remains the old Bell Tower.

The Church of San Giovanni Battista di Modena has been documented since 1190 and was originally dedicated to St. Michael. It was rebuilt between 1723 and 1732, following a design by Girloamo Roberti. Since 1854, it has been home to Guido Mazzoni's Lamentation over the Dead Christ, a work of 1479. The building has a classical facade, with a rather irregular shape and a tower on the right rear side.

Basilica Di S. of 90 things to do in Ravenna. I would say that my visit to this Basilica of Saint John the Baptist was something fantastic. It is not only a house of prayer but also a house art. Date of experience: July 2015.

La Madonna della Rondine (The Madonna of the Swallow) from Altarpiece from S. Francesco dei Zoccolanti, Matelica. Panels from a Frame or a Predella. probably about 1491-4. Predella of La Madonna della Rondine from Altarpiece from S. Saint John the Baptist from The Demidoff Altarpiece. Saint Lucy from Four Panels from an Altarpiece, Ascoli Piceno.

anonymous: Saint John the Baptist Bearing Witness. Workshop of Francesco Granacci (1469–1543). Master of the Scandicci Lamentation; Master of the Scanducci Lamentation; Francesco d'Andrea di Marco Granacci; Granaccio; Granacci. Deutsch: Johannes der Täufer legt Zeugnis ab. English: Saint John the Baptist bearing witness. Italiano: San Giovanni Battista testimone orsi.

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