About the composer
Josep Carcoler was born in Cornudella (Priorat, Tarragona) in Spain in 1698 and received his musical training at the cathedral of Tarragona.. He was Maestro de Capille in Tremp from 1723 to 1737. Some years later he moved to Olot, where he died in 1776.
About the Stabat Mater
Soprano, Alto, Tenor, choir and orchestra
The Stabat Mater is described as one of the highlights of the later Baroque in the Catalonia region of Spain. It consists of 10 short parts. The orchestral accompaniment is interesting, as in each part a duet of instruments is used (2 violins, two horns, two oboes and two flutes). A very nice piece.
Probably the "Analecta"-version of the text is used, but only the first ten stanzas are sung, the last stanza ending with "Amen".
|CD 1:||Columna Música 1CM0055: Barroc Català sel S. XVIII|
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The CD is devoted to baroque music of the 18th century in the Catalonia region of Spain. Recorded in 1999. Thanks to my friend Federico Gómez Figueroa.
Begoña Lopez, soprano
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