Pietro Antonio Fiocco
About the composer
Pietro Antonio Fiocco (1650 – 1714) was born in Venice, Italy. In 1681 he went to Brussels, Belgium, where he married and stayed for the rest of his life. He became Maitre de musique of the Ducal Chapel in 1687 and of the St.Goedele cathedral in 1696, holding the latter function until his death. Some other works of this composer have been recorded by Collegium Instrumentale Brugensis&Capella Brugensis
(see their website at www.cib-cb.be)
About the Stabat Mater
Soprano, alto, tenor, bass, mixed choir (SATTB) and orchestra
The work is divided into twelve parts, in which we can see a repetition as the stanzas from the first half are being repeated in the second half.
The "Analecta"-version of the text is used, with one change:
|CD :||KRO ES47.387: Stabat Mater|
|About this CD:|
This CD is produced by the Dutch KRO radio, in cooperation with the Stabat Mater Foundation. It is a world premiere of the Stabat Mater by Fiocco. The CD is a recording of a concert performed on April 1, 2001 in the St.Petrus church at Oirschot.
|Orchestra:||Collegium Instrumentale Brugensis|
Roberta Alexander, soprano
Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Stabat Mater