指揮： リナルド・アレッサンドリーニ Rinaldo Alessandrini
声楽と器楽からなる古楽演奏団体「コンチェルト・イタリアーノ」 "Concerto Italiano"
Antonio Vivaldi wrote several settings of the choral composition Gloria. RV 589 is the most familiar and popular piece of sacred music by Vivaldi; however, he was known to have written at least three Gloria settings. Only two survive (RV 588 and RV 589) whilst the other (RV 590) is presumably lost and is only mentioned in the Kreuzherren catalogue. The two were written at about the same time (it is disputed which came first) in the early 18th century.
This is the better known setting of the Gloria, simply known as the Vivaldi "Gloria" due to its outstanding popularity. This piece, along with its mother composition RV 588, was composed at the same time during Vivaldi's employment at the Pieta. Two introduzioni exist as explained in the aforementioned article.
As in RV 588, there exists evidence of influence by RV Anh. 23: the first movement's chorus shares similar key modulations to that of the first movement of RV 588, only modified to fit a duple meter instead of the triple meter of RV 588. Motivic material present in the orchestral parts of either piece are also shared, including octave jumps in the opening motives of the piece. The second movement is significantly more chromatic in RV 589, but nonetheless is texturally similar to the setting present in RV Anh. 23, with the use of repeating rhythmic figures underneath harmonic motion. The "Qui Tollis" movement of RV 589 is rhythmically similar to the first few measures of RV 588 (and ultimately RV Anh. 23). The last movement, "Cum Sancto Spiritu," is essentially an "updated" version of movement present in both RV Anh. 23 and RV 588, except extensively harmonically modified, becoming more chromatic than its predecessors, reflecting a maturity in Vivaldi's output and the emerging style of the late Italian Baroque.
1.Gloria in excelsis Deo (Chorus)
2.Et in terra pax (Chorus)
3.Laudamus te (Sopranos I and II)
4.Gratias agimus tibi (Chorus)
5.Propter magnam gloriam (Chorus)
6.Domine Deus (Soprano)
7.Domine, Fili unigenite (Chorus)
8.Domine Deus, Agnus Dei (Contralto and Chorus)
9.Qui tollis peccata mundi (Chorus)
10.Qui sedes ad dexteram Patris (Contralto)
11.Quoniam tu solus sanctus (Chorus)
12.Cum Sancto Spiritu (Chorus)