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Credits

Music

Silvia Frigato, soprano

Accademia d’Arcadia (period instrumnets):
Fabrizio Cipriani, Fabio Ravasi, violins
Guido De Vecchi, viola
Claudia Pasetto, viola da gamba
Daniele Bovo, cello
Federico Bagnasco, violone
Lorenzo Lio, flutes
Pietro Modesti, cornetto
Marta Graziolino, baroque harp
Ugo Nastrucci, theorbo and baroque guitar
Filippo Ravizza, harpsicord
Matte Rabolini, percussions
Alessandra Rossi Lürig, harpsicord and conductor

music choice and arrangement: Alessandra Rossi Lürig

Music by: Lorenzo Allegri, Claudio Monteverdi, Giovanni Maria Trabaci, Tarquinio Merula, Giovanni Battista Fontana, Andrea Falconieri, Luigi Rossi, Barbara Strozzi, Stefano Landi, Dario Castello

Musical Program
ACCDEMIA D’ARCADIA

Video

With
Anna Bragagnolo
Eliza Oanca
Carlo Bragagnolo
Viviana Callegari
Jacopo Toso
Marco Crosato
Riccardo Civiero
Enrico Beraldo
Serena Bussolaro
Ivo Soligo
Nicolò Giovannini
Giovanni “Sì certo” Merlo
Davide Pedrini
Marco Menegoni
Moreno Callegari

Concept
Simone Derai, Moreno Callegari, Marco Menegoni

Story
Simone Derai

Script
Simone Derai, Moreno Callegari

Camera
Moreno Callegari, Marco Menegoni, Simone Derai

Editing
Simone Derai, Moreno Callegari

Set design
Simone Derai, Moreno Callegari, Marco Menegoni, Serena Bussolaro

Costumes
Serena Bussolaro, Simone Derai, Moreno Callegari

Hair
Linda Gallo

Director
Simone Derai

Production, planning, web design
Marco Menegoni

ET MANCHI PIETÀ is a Fondazione d’Arcadia / Anagoor production © 2012
In collaboration with Festival MiTo, Centrale Fies
with support from APAP – ADVANCE PERFORMING ARTS PROJECT / Culture Programme 2007—2013 e di SC – Culture of change – University of Zagreb – Student centre Zagreb.
Anagoor is part of Fies Factory

ANAGOOR
www.anagoor.com

Aknowledgments

thanks to

Festival MITO, Enzo Restagno
Museo Civico Comune di Bassano del Grappa,  Italy
Comune di Castelfranco Veneto
REGIONE DEL VENETO, DIREZIONE ATTIVITA’ CULTURALI E SPETTACOLO
Villa Contarini, Fondazione G. E. Ghirardi
Famiglia Guidolin

special thanks to Elisabetta Sgarbi

Images

Image courtesy

Gentileschi Artemisia (1597-1651 ca.): Danae, oil on copper, 40,5cm x 52,5cm, The Saint Louis Art Museum, inv. 93: 1986, 1612 circa
Credits: Saint Louis Art Museum, Museum Purchase and gift of Edward Mallinckrodt, Sydney M. Shoenberg Sr., Horace Morison, Mrs. Florence E. Bing, Morton D. May in honor of Perry T. Rathbone, Mrs. James Lee Johnson Jr., Oscar Johnson, Fredonia J. Moss, Mrs. Arthur Drefs, Mrs. W. Welles Hoyt, J. Lionberger Davis, Jacob M. Heimann, Virginia Linn Bullock in memory of her husband, George Benbow Bullock, C. Wickham Moore, Mrs. Lyda D’Oench Turley and Miss Elizabeth F. D’Oench, and J. Harold Pettus, and bequests of Mr. Alfred Keller and Cora E. Ludwig, by exchange

Gentileschi Artemisia (1597-1651 ca.): Giuditta e Oloferne. Napoli, Museo di Capodimonte. © 2012. Foto Scala,Firenze – su concessione Ministero Beni e Attività Culturali

Gentileschi Artemisia (1597-1651 ca.): Giuditta e Oloferne. Firenze, Galleria degli Uffizi. © 2012. Foto Scala,Firenze – by concession of Ministero Beni e Attività Culturali

Gentileschi Artemisia (1597-1651 ca.): S. Cecilia che suona il liuto. Roma, Galleria Spada. © 2012. Foto Scala,Firenze – by concession of Ministero Beni e Attività Culturali

Gentileschi Artemisia (1597-1651 ca.): La Maddalena penitente. Firenze, Galleria Palatina. © 2012. Foto Scala,Firenze – by concession of Ministero Beni e Attività Culturali

Gentileschi Artemisia (1597-1651 ca.): Giuditta. Firenze, Galleria Palatina. © 2012. Foto Scala,Firenze – by concession of Ministero Beni e Attività Culturali

Gentileschi Artemisia (1597-1651 ca.): Giaele e Sisara, 1620. Budapest, Museo di Belle Arti Budapest (Szepmueveszeti Muzeum). Olio su tela, cm. 86×125. Firmed on the pilaster strip basis: ARTEMITIA LOMI FACIBAT MDCXX. Inv.: 75.11.© 2012. The Museum of Fine Arts Budapest/Scala, Firenze

Gentileschi Artemisia(1597-c.1651): La Pittura, selfportrait like allegory of painting, oil on canvas, The Royal Collection, Londra Ref. fotografica: 2011 Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II – Bridgeman Art Library/Archivi Alinari

Gentileschi Artemisia (1597-1651 ca.): Susanna e i vecchioni, oil on canvas, Burghley House Collection, Lincolnshire, Gran Bretagna Ref. fotografica: Bridgeman Art Library/Archivi Alinari

Gentileschi Artemisia (1597-1651 ca.): Allegoria della Pittura, oil on canvas, 95,5cm x 133cm, (1620-30 ca) Musée de Tessé, Le Mans, France

Gentileschi, Orazio – Tassi, Agostino: Concerto con Apollo e le Muse Casino delle Muse,Palazzo Pallavicini Roma, S.A.I.T.A. S.p.A. property and located in Roma, Via XXIV Maggio 43.

Gentileschi, Orazio (1562-1647): Judith and Her Maidservant with the Head of Holofernes, 1621-24. Hartford (CT), Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art. Oil on canvas, 53 3/4 x 62 5/8″. The Ella Gallup Sumner and Mary Catlin Sumner Collection Fund, 1929.52.© 2012. Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art /Art Resource, NY/Scala, Firenze

Gentileschi, Orazio (1562-1647): Diane chasseresse, 1625. Nantes, Musee des Beaux Arts. Peinture. Dim: 2,15 X 1,35m.© 2012. White Images/Scala, Firenze

Gentileschi Artemisia (1597-1651 ca.): Lot e le Figlie, oil on on canvas, 157,5cm x 195,6cm, The National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, inv. 14811, 1622

Gentileschi Artemisia (1597-1651 ca.): Cleopatra, oil on canvas, 118cm x 181cm, Amedeo Morandotti – Cavallini Sgarbi Foundation, Milano, 1611-12 circa

Gentileschi Artemisia (1597-1651 ca.): Autoritratto come suonatrice di liuto, oil on canvas, 77,5cm x 71,8cm, Curtis Galleries, Minneapolis, 1615-17 circa, Corbis images

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