La morte d'Abel (Caldara, Antonio)

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Publisher. Info. Manuscript, n.d.(ca.1732).
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Misc. Notes Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, Vienna (A-Wn): Mus.Hs.18202.
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General Information

Work Title La morte d'Abel figura di quella del nostro Redentore
Alternative. Title
Composer Caldara, Antonio
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 2 Parts
First Performance. 1732-04-08 in Vienna: Hofkapelle
Librettist Pietro Metastasio (1698-1782)
Language Italian
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation 5 voices, chorus, orchestra

Misc. Comments

Sacred oratorios by Antonio Caldara
  • La morte d'Abel, 1732
  • Morte e sepoltura di Cristo (1724)
  • Il morto redivivo, ovvero San Antonio di Padova, 1726
  • Naboth, 1729
  • Oratorio di S. Stefano, primo re dell'Ungheria, 1713
  • Oratorio per la Santissima Annunziata, 1713
  • La passione di Gesu Christo Signor Nostro, 1730
  • Le profezie evangeliche di Isaia, 1725
  • Il re del dolore, 1722
  • La ribellione d'Assalonne, 1713
  • Il ricco Epulone, 1700, 1711
  • San Giovanni Nepomuceno, 1726
  • San Pietro in Cesarea, 1734
  • Santa Elena al Calvario, 1731
  • Santa Ferma, 1713, 1717
  • Santa Flavia Domitilla, 1713
  • Sedecia, 1732
  • Il trionfo dell'innocenza, 1700, 1704
  • Il trionfo della continenza, 1697
  • Il trionfo della Religione e dell'Amore, 1723
  • Il trionfo della castita, ovvero Oratorio per S. Francesca Romana, 1710