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The Art of Counter Tenor: Michael Chance

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Vivaldi  Bach  Purcell  Handel
[b]Michael Chance[/b]


English Chamber Orchestra - John Nelson
The English Baroque Soloist - John Eliot Gardiner
The English Concert - Trevor Pinnock
This Compilation 1999
Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Hamburg




Track Listing:

[b]Disc One[/b]
George Frideric Handel
01. Semele - "Hymen, hast, they torch prepare"
02. Semele - "Your tuneful voice my tale would tell"
03. Semele - "Despair no more shall wound me"
04. Messiah - "But who may abide the day of his coming"
05. Messiah - Aria: "Thou art gone up on high"
Heinrich Schutz
06. Auf dem Gebirge hat man ein Geschrei gehöret
Johann Sebastian Bach
07. Mass in B Minor BWV232 - "Qui sedes ad dextram Patris"
08. Mass in B Minor BWV232 - "Agnus Dei"
09. St Matthew Passion BWV244 - "Erbarme dich, mein Gott"
10. St Matthew Passion BWV244 - "Sehet, Jesus hat die Hand" / Chorus: "Wohin?"
11. St John Passion BWV245 - "Von den Stricken meiner Sünden"
12. St John Passion BWV245 - "Es ist vollbracht"
13. Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben BWV147 - "Schäme dich, o Seele, nicht"
14. Lass Fürstin, lass noch einen Strahl BWV198 - "Wie starb die Heldin so vergnügt"
15. Actus tragicus BWV106 - "In deine Hände befehl ich meinen Geist"
Henry Purcell
16. Come, ye sons of art, away (Ode for the Birthday of Queen Mary II) - "Sound the trumpet, sound"
17. Of old, when heroes thought it base (The Yorkshire Feast Song) - "The pale and purple rose"
18. Of old, when heroes thought it base (The Yorkshire Feast Song) - "Sound, trumpets, sound!"

Total Play Time: 55:00


[b]Disc Two[/b]
Antonio Vivaldi - Nisi Dominus RV608
01. Nisi Dominus (Allegro)
02. Vanum est vobis (Largo)
03. Surgite (Presto Adagio)
04. Cum dederit (Largo Andante)
05. Sicut sagittae (Presto Allegro)
06. Beatus vir (Andante)
07. Gloria Patri (Larghetto)
08. Sicut erat in principio
09. Amen (Allegro)
Antonio Vivaldi - Stabat Mater RV621
10. Stabat Mater (Largo)
11. Cuius animam (Adagissimo)
12. O quam tristis (Andante)
13. Quis est homo (Largo)
14. Quis non posset (Adagissimo)
15. Pro peccatis (Andante)
16. Eja Mater (Largo)
17. Fac ut ardeat (Lento)
18. Amen (Allegro)
Antonio Vivaldi - Salve Regina RV616
19. Salve Regina (Andante)
20. Ad te clamamus (Allegro)
21. Ad te suspiramus (Larghetto)
22. Eja ergo (Allegro)
23. Et Jesum (Andante molto)
24. O clemens (Andante)

Total play time: 1:18:11



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bravo998 2010-6-27 06:05 AM

Michael Chance. Counter Tenor

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Born: March 7, 1955 - Penn Bucks, England


Michael Chance has established a worldwide reputation as one of the foremost exponents of the male alto voice in all areas of the classical repertoire, and is in equal demand as an opera, concert and recording artist.

"Despite the abundance of younger star countertenors these days, none of them yet match Chance's intelligent delivery and supreme ability to get inside the English language." The Guardian.

His vocal training with Rupert Bruce Lockhart followed an English degree at King's College, Cambridge where he was also a choral scholar. His first operatic appearance was in the Buxton Festival in Ronald Eyre's staging if Cavilli's Giasone which was followed by appearances in Lyon, Cologne, and three seasons with Kent opera. Subsequently, he has performed in the Sydney Opera House, Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires, La Scala Milan, Florence, New York, Lisbon, Oviedo, Leipzig, Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam and with Covent Garden, Glyndebourne, and English National Opera. His roles include the title roles of Orfeo (Gluck), Giasone, Giustino, Rinaldo and Ascanio in Albai, Solomon, Ottone/L’incoronazione di Poppea, Athamas/Semele, Andronico/Tamerlano, Oberon/A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Tolomeo/Giulio Cesare and Apollo/Death in Venice. He has had roles written specially for him by Sir Harrison Birtwistle (Orpheus/The Second Mrs Kong) and Judith Weir (A Military Governor/A night at the Chinese Opera). Recent festival appearances include Edinburgh, Aix-en-Provence, BBC Proms in London, Salzburg and Bertarido in a new production of Handel’s Rodelinda for the Bayerische Staatsoper in Munich.

His appearances in oratorio and recital have taken him to concert halls all over the world including Carnegie Hall, Concertgebouw, Musikverein, Neue Gewandhaus and Berlin's Philharmonie. He has given recitals in Frankfurt, Vienna, Amsterdam, Israel, New York and London's Wigmore Hall with a variety of programmes, ranging from Elizabethan lute songs to new works commissioned for him. He sings regularly with the viol consort Fretwork and has toured with them to Japan and the United States.

Michael Chance's list of recordings is numerous and widespread. He received a Grammy award for his participation in Handel's Semele for Deutsche Grammophon with John Nelson and Kathleen Battle. He has recorded frequently with John Eliot Gardiner, including the Bach Passions and Cantatas, B Minor Mass, Monterverdi's Orfeo and L'Incoronazione di Poppea and Handel's Jeptha, Tamerlano and Agrippina. Other conductors he has recorded with include Trevor Pinnock, Franz Bruggen, Ton Koopman and Nicholas McGegan. On his CD for Deutsche Grammophon, “Michael Chance, the Art of Counter-tenor”, he sings solo alto cantatas by Vivaldi with Trevor Pinnock and the English Concert.

His belief in extending the counter-tenor repertoire has prompted new work to be composed for him by Richard Rodney Bennett, Alexander Goehr, Tan Dun, Anthony Powers, John Tavener, and Elvis Costello - amongst others.

His television appearances include A Night at the Chinese Opera, Death in Venice, The Fairy Queen, the three Monteverdi operas with Netherlands Opera, Poppea with Welsh National Opera, Messiah in Dublin with Sir Neville Marriner, and in the Autumn 1999 he was featured by the South Bank Show.

Recent engagements have included a tour with the Israel Camerata, a recital of music by Purcell at the Athens Concert Hall, a performance at the Wigmore Hall with the Purcell Quartet, Handel’s Messiah at the Concertgebouw and the Cadogan Hall with the Academy of Ancient Music and a series of masterclasses for the Britten-Pears School in Aldeburgh.

Forthcoming engagements include a European tour with the Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century, the premiere of The Lovely Ladies by Peter Cowdrey, based on the diaries of Michael Broadbent, Bach B Minor Mass with the Vasari Singers, Britten Canticles in Santiago and Haydn Nelson Mass at the Tonhalle, Zurich.

Michael Chance was awarded the CBE in the 2009 New Years Honours List.


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