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FLAGELLO, N.: Passion of Martin Luther King / L'Infinito / The Land (Flagello Conducts Flagello) (1962, 1969)

    




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FLAGELLO, N.: Passion of Martin Luther King / L'Infinito / The Land (Flagello Conducts Flagello) (1962, 1969)

The Flagello brothers combined their remarkable musical talents to create the unique artistic synergy of these recordings. Ezio’s career flourished at the Metropolitan Opera and abroad, and composer Nicolas made good use of his rich bass-baritone voice in luxuriant settings of Tennyson’s verses in The Land, here partnered with Leopardi’s L’Infinito, a gloomy expression of humility and awe in the face of the Infinite. The texts used in the Passion of Martin Luther King emphasize faith, endurance and brotherly love, and this previously unissued première recording restores the moving original version of the work, with Dr King’s “Dream” re-asserted through Ezio Flagello’s towering performance as soloist.


Flagello, Nicolas
King, Martin Luther, Jr., lyricist(s)

  Passion of Martin Luther King (original version)
1.   Hosanna Filio David 00:04:15
2.   At the Center of Non - Violence 00:05:24
3.   Cor Jesu 00:06:04
4.   In the Struggle for the Freedom 00:06:47
5.   Et Flagellis Subditum 00:02:12
6.   We've Got Some Difficult Days Ahead 00:04:33
7.   Death Is Inevitable 00:04:28
8.   Stabat Mater 00:06:48
9.   Jubilate Deo 00:03:02
10.   I Have a Dream 00:04:59

Flagello, Nicolas
Leopardi, Giacomo, lyricist(s)

  L'Infinito
11.   L'Infinito 00:03:01

Flagello, Nicolas
Tennyson, Alfred, lyricist(s)

  The Land
12.   No. 1. The Eagle 00:05:13
13.   No. 2. The Owl 00:03:40
14.   No. 3. The Throstle 00:02:34
15.   No. 4. The Oak 00:05:22
16.   No. 5. The Snowdrop 00:02:25
17.   No. 6. Flower in the Cranny 00:06:52

Total Playing Time: 01:17:39






Composer(s):
Flagello, Nicolas

Lyricist(s):
King, Martin Luther, Jr.; Leopardi, Giacomo; Tennyson, Alfred

Conductor(s):
Flagello, Nicolas

Orchestra(s):
London Philharmonic Orchestra

Ensemble(s):
I Musici di Firenze

Choir(s):
Ambrosian Singers

Artist(s):
Flagello, Ezio; Pearson, Leslie

Label: Naxos Historical

Genre: Choral - Secular; Vocal

Period: 20th Century

Catalogue No: 8.112065

Barcode: 636943206577

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Physical Release: 04/2012

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