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Playlist of Ernesto Rubin de Cervin

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  • Goffredo Petrassi, Concerto for orchestra No 1

    22:40

    Goffredo Petrassi, Concerto for orchestra No. 1

    1. Allegro
    2. Adagio
    3. Tempo di marcia

    SWR Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden und Freiburg
    Michael Gielen, conductor

    Goffredo Petrassi (16 July 1904 – 3 March 2003) was an Italian composer of modern classical music, conductor, and teacher. He is considered one of the most influential Italian composers of the twentieth century.
    Petrassi was born at Zagarolo, near Rome. At the age of 15 he began to work at a music shop to supply his family's financial needs, and became fascinated by music. In 1928, he entered the Santa Cecilia Conservatory in Rome to study organ and composition. In 1934, composer Alfredo Casella conducted Petrassi's Partita for orchestra at the ISCM festival in Amsterdam.

    Later, Petrassi became musical director of the opera house La Fenice, and from 1959 taught composition at the Santa Cecilia Conservatory and at the Salzburg Mozarteum. Petrassi had many famous students, including Franco Donatoni, Aldo Clementi, Cornelius Cardew, Ennio Morricone, Karl Korte, Boris Porena, Norma Beecroft, Mario Bertoncini, Ernesto Rubin de Cervin, Eric Salzman, Kenneth Leighton, Peter Maxwell Davies, Michael Dellaira, Armando Santiago, and Richard Teitelbaum.
    Petrassi died in Rome at the age of 98.

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
    Tens of thousands of people around the world learn about unknown music through our channel (educational task) and unite the people from the many countries who give their comments and reactions. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform us immediately before you submit a claim to YouTube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

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  • Luigi Dallapiccola, Partita per orchestra 1930 1932

    24:07

    Luigi Dallapiccola, Partita per orchestra (1930-1932)

    1. Passacglia
    2. Burlesca
    3. Recitativo e fanfara
    4. Naenia B.M.V.

    Arantza Ezenarro, soprano
    Deutsche Staatsphilharmonie Rheinland-Pfalz
    Karl-Heinz Steffens, conductor

    Luigi Dallapiccola (February 3, 1904 – February 19, 1975) was an Italian composer known for his lyrical twelve-tone compositions.
    Dallapiccola was born in Pisino d'Istria (current Pazin, Croatia), to Italian parents.
    Political disputes over his birthplace of Istria, then part of the Austro-Hungarian empire, led to instability and frequent moves. His father was headmaster of an Italian-language school – the only one in the city – which was shut down at the start of World War I. The family, considered politically subversive, was placed in internment at Graz, Austria, where the budding composer did not even have access to a piano, though he did attend performances at the local opera house, which cemented his desire to pursue composition as a career. Once back to his hometown Pisino after the war, he travelled frequently.

    Dallapiccola took his piano degree at the Florence Conservatory in the 1920s and became professor there in 1931; until his 1967 retirement he spent his career there teaching lessons in piano as a secondary instrument, replacing his teacher Ernesto Consolo as the older man's illness prevented him from continuing. He also studied composition with Vito Frazzi at the Conservatorio Luigi Cherubini. Dallapiccola's students include Abraham Zalman Walker, Luciano Berio, Bernard Rands, Donald Martino, Halim El-Dabh, Ernesto Rubin de Cervin, Arlene Zallman, Roland Trogan, Noel Da Costa, and Raymond Wilding-White.

    Dallapiccola's early experiences under the fascist regime of Benito Mussolini, who governed Italy from October 1922 to July 1943, colored his outlook and output for the rest of his life. He once supported Mussolini, believing the propaganda, and it was not until the 1930s that he became passionate about his political views, in protest to the Abyssinian campaign and Italy's involvement in the Spanish Civil War. Mussolini's sympathy with Adolf Hitler's views on race, which threatened Dallapiccola's Jewish wife Laura Luzzatto, only hardened his stance. Canti di prigionia and Il prigioniero are reflections of this impassioned concern; the former was his first true protest work.

    During World War II he was in the dangerous position of opposing the Nazis; though he tried to go about his career as usual, and did, to a limited extent. On two occasions he was forced to go into hiding for several months. Dallapiccola continued his touring as a recitalist – but only in countries not occupied by the Nazis.

    Though it was only after the war that his compositions made it into the public eye (with his opera Il prigioniero sparking his fame), it was then that his life became relatively quiet. He made frequent travels to the United States, including appearances at Tanglewood in the summers of 1951 and 1952 and several semesters of teaching courses in composition at Queens College, New York beginning in 1956. He was a sought-after lecturer throughout Western Europe and the Americas. Dallapiccola's 1968 opera Ulisse would be the peak of his career, after which his compositional output was sparse; his later years were largely spent writing essays rather than music.

    He had no more finished compositions after 1972 due to his failing health, and he died in Florence in 1975 of edema of the lungs. There are, however, a very few sketches and fragments of work from this period, including a vocal work left unfinished just hours before his death.

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
    Tens of thousands of people around the world learn about unknown music through our channel (educational task) and unite the people from the many countries who give their comments and reactions. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform us immediately before you submit a claim to YouTube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

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  • Lugi Dallapiccola, Tartiniana, Divertimenti per violino e orchestra

    15:28

    Luigi Dallapiccola, Tartiniana, Divertimenti per violino e orchestra

    1. Larghetto; molto espressivo, ma semplice
    2. Allegro misurato
    3. Molto sostenuto (Tempo I) - Più mosso e scorrevole, ma sempre serioso (Tempo II) - Tempo I, molto sereno Qui post me venturus est, ante me factus est - Tempo II - Tempo I (funebre)
    4. Allegro assai, ma non precipitato - (À la musette)

    Josef Horvath, violin
    Orquesta Filarmonica de Malaga
    Aldo Ceccato, conductor

    Luigi Dallapiccola (February 3, 1904 – February 19, 1975) was an Italian composer known for his lyrical twelve-tone compositions.
    Dallapiccola was born in Pisino d'Istria (current Pazin, Croatia), to Italian parents.
    Political disputes over his birthplace of Istria, then part of the Austro-Hungarian empire, led to instability and frequent moves. His father was headmaster of an Italian-language school – the only one in the city – which was shut down at the start of World War I. The family, considered politically subversive, was placed in internment at Graz, Austria, where the budding composer did not even have access to a piano, though he did attend performances at the local opera house, which cemented his desire to pursue composition as a career. Once back to his hometown Pisino after the war, he travelled frequently.

    Dallapiccola took his piano degree at the Florence Conservatory in the 1920s and became professor there in 1931; until his 1967 retirement he spent his career there teaching lessons in piano as a secondary instrument, replacing his teacher Ernesto Consolo as the older man's illness prevented him from continuing. He also studied composition with Vito Frazzi at the Conservatorio Luigi Cherubini. Dallapiccola's students include Abraham Zalman Walker, Luciano Berio, Bernard Rands, Donald Martino, Halim El-Dabh, Ernesto Rubin de Cervin, Arlene Zallman, Roland Trogan, Noel Da Costa, and Raymond Wilding-White.

    Dallapiccola's early experiences under the fascist regime of Benito Mussolini, who governed Italy from October 1922 to July 1943, colored his outlook and output for the rest of his life. He once supported Mussolini, believing the propaganda, and it was not until the 1930s that he became passionate about his political views, in protest to the Abyssinian campaign and Italy's involvement in the Spanish Civil War. Mussolini's sympathy with Adolf Hitler's views on race, which threatened Dallapiccola's Jewish wife Laura Luzzatto, only hardened his stance. Canti di prigionia and Il prigioniero are reflections of this impassioned concern; the former was his first true protest work.

    During World War II he was in the dangerous position of opposing the Nazis; though he tried to go about his career as usual, and did, to a limited extent. On two occasions he was forced to go into hiding for several months. Dallapiccola continued his touring as a recitalist – but only in countries not occupied by the Nazis.

    Though it was only after the war that his compositions made it into the public eye (with his opera Il prigioniero sparking his fame), it was then that his life became relatively quiet. He made frequent travels to the United States, including appearances at Tanglewood in the summers of 1951 and 1952 and several semesters of teaching courses in composition at Queens College, New York beginning in 1956. He was a sought-after lecturer throughout Western Europe and the Americas. Dallapiccola's 1968 opera Ulisse would be the peak of his career, after which his compositional output was sparse; his later years were largely spent writing essays rather than music.

    He had no more finished compositions after 1972 due to his failing health, and he died in Florence in 1975 of edema of the lungs. There are, however, a very few sketches and fragments of work from this period, including a vocal work left unfinished just hours before his death.

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
    Tens of thousands of people around the world learn about unknown music through our channel (educational task) and unite the people from the many countries who give their comments and reactions. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform us immediately before you submit a claim to YouTube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

  • Ernesto Rubin de Cervin Albrizzi - Dono

    7:21

    Ernesto Rubin de Cervin Albrizzi - Dono
    Flautista: Andrea Vecchiato
    Studio di registrazione: Riccardo Farnea

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  • Ernesto Rubin de Cervin - Offerte, per due pianoforti

    21:09

    Prima esecuzione assoluta - Monaco, 2002
    Esecutori: Davide e Daniele Trivella

    First execution and live recording - München, 2002
    Performers: Davide and Daniele Trivella

  • Offerte

    20:59

    Provided to YouTube by Believe SAS

    Offerte (Arr. for 2 Pianos) · Daniele Trivella, Davide Trivella

    Continuum

    ℗ MEP

    Released on: 2019-02-08

    Composer: Ernesto Rubin de Cervin

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  • Goffredo Petrassi, Magnificat for Soprano, Chorus and Orchestra

    31:00

    Goffredo Petrassi, Magnificat for Soprano, Chorus and Orchestra (1939-40)

    Sabina Cvilak, soprano
    Orchestra & Chorus from Teatro Regio, Turin
    Gianandrea Noseda, conductor

    Goffredo Petrassi (16 July 1904 – 3 March 2003) was an Italian composer of modern classical music, conductor, and teacher. He is considered one of the most influential Italian composers of the twentieth century.
    Petrassi was born at Zagarolo, near Rome. At the age of 15 he began to work at a music shop to supply his family's financial needs, and became fascinated by music. In 1928, he entered the Santa Cecilia Conservatory in Rome to study organ and composition. In 1934, composer Alfredo Casella conducted Petrassi's Partita for orchestra at the ISCM festival in Amsterdam.

    Later, Petrassi became musical director of the opera house La Fenice, and from 1959 taught composition at the Santa Cecilia Conservatory and at the Salzburg Mozarteum. Petrassi had many famous students, including Franco Donatoni, Aldo Clementi, Cornelius Cardew, Ennio Morricone, Karl Korte, Boris Porena, Norma Beecroft, Mario Bertoncini, Ernesto Rubin de Cervin, Eric Salzman, Kenneth Leighton, Peter Maxwell Davies, Michael Dellaira, Armando Santiago, and Richard Teitelbaum.
    Petrassi died in Rome at the age of 98.

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
    Tens of thousands of people around the world learn about unknown music through our channel (educational task) and unite the people from the many countries who give their comments and reactions. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform us immediately before you submit a claim to YouTube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

  • Nuvole grigie by Marino Baratello - Curt Cacioppo, piano

    4:11

    Nuvole grigie (Gray Clouds) by Marino Baratello is one of six romantic preludes that the Venetian composer has written in response to music of Franz Liszt, in this particular case, Nuages gris. It is a double tribute, also paying homage to our dearly departed friend and mentor Ernesto Rubin de Cervin Albrizzi, who passed away five years ago.

  • Biennale Musica - Marino Baratello

    2:57

    Il compositore Marino Baratello alla Biennale Musica 2009

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  • Goffredo Petrassi, Ouverture da concerto

    9:34

    Goffredo Petrassi, Ouverture da concerto

    Orchestra della Toscana
    Daniele Rustion, conductor

    Goffredo Petrassi (16 July 1904 – 3 March 2003) was an Italian composer of modern classical music, conductor, and teacher. He is considered one of the most influential Italian composers of the twentieth century.
    Petrassi was born at Zagarolo, near Rome. At the age of 15 he began to work at a music shop to supply his family's financial needs, and became fascinated by music. In 1928, he entered the Santa Cecilia Conservatory in Rome to study organ and composition. In 1934, composer Alfredo Casella conducted Petrassi's Partita for orchestra at the ISCM festival in Amsterdam.

    Later, Petrassi became musical director of the opera house La Fenice, and from 1959 taught composition at the Santa Cecilia Conservatory and at the Salzburg Mozarteum. Petrassi had many famous students, including Franco Donatoni, Aldo Clementi, Cornelius Cardew, Ennio Morricone, Karl Korte, Boris Porena, Norma Beecroft, Mario Bertoncini, Ernesto Rubin de Cervin, Eric Salzman, Kenneth Leighton, Peter Maxwell Davies, Michael Dellaira, Armando Santiago, and Richard Teitelbaum.
    Petrassi died in Rome at the age of 98.

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
    Tens of thousands of people around the world learn about unknown music through our channel (educational task) and unite the people from the many countries who give their comments and reactions. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform us immediately before you submit a claim to YouTube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

  • Goffredo Petrassi, Noche Oscura, Cantata per Coro Misto e Orchestra

    19:58

    Goffredo Petrassi, Noche Oscura, Cantata per Coro Misto e Orchestra (Cantata for Mixed Chorus & Orchestra)

    The Louisville Orchestra
    Jorge Mester, conductor

    Goffredo Petrassi (16 July 1904 – 3 March 2003) was an Italian composer of modern classical music, conductor, and teacher. He is considered one of the most influential Italian composers of the twentieth century.
    Petrassi was born at Zagarolo, near Rome. At the age of 15 he began to work at a music shop to supply his family's financial needs, and became fascinated by music. In 1928, he entered the Santa Cecilia Conservatory in Rome to study organ and composition. In 1934, composer Alfredo Casella conducted Petrassi's Partita for orchestra at the ISCM festival in Amsterdam.

    Later, Petrassi became musical director of the opera house La Fenice, and from 1959 taught composition at the Santa Cecilia Conservatory and at the Salzburg Mozarteum. Petrassi had many famous students, including Franco Donatoni, Aldo Clementi, Cornelius Cardew, Ennio Morricone, Karl Korte, Boris Porena, Norma Beecroft, Mario Bertoncini, Ernesto Rubin de Cervin, Eric Salzman, Kenneth Leighton, Peter Maxwell Davies, Michael Dellaira, Armando Santiago, and Richard Teitelbaum.
    Petrassi died in Rome at the age of 98.

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
    Tens of thousands of people around the world learn about unknown music through our channel (educational task) and unite the people from the many countries who give their comments and reactions. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform us immediately before you submit a claim to YouTube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

  • inizio di una stagione

    4:14

    brano di Ghirardelli Alan
    Bersini Giovanni: cajon, congas e percussioni minori
    Ghirardelli alan: voce, chitarra, basso, e armonica
    registrato e mixato da Bersini e Ghirardelli

  • Goffredo Petrassi - Fanfare per tre trombe in do

    6:56

    Goffredo Petrassi (1904 - 2003) - Fanfare per tre trombe in do
    (1944, rev. 1976)


    trumpets: Kelley Corbett, Franc Kosem, Antonio Faillaci



    Goffredo Petrassi (16 July 1904 -- 3 March 2003) was an Italian composer of modern classical music, conductor, and teacher. He is considered one of the most influential Italian composers of the twentieth century.

    Petrassi was born at Zagarolo, near Rome. At the age of 15 he began to work at a music shop to supply his family's financial needs, and became fascinated by music. In 1928, he entered the Santa Cecilia Conservatory in Rome to study organ and composition. In 1934, composer Alfredo Casella conducted Petrassi's Partita for orchestra at the ISCM festival in Amsterdam.

    Later, Petrassi became musical director of the opera house La Fenice, and from 1959 taught composition at the Santa Cecilia Conservatory and at the Salzburg Mozarteum. Petrassi had many famous students, including Franco Donatoni, Aldo Clementi, Cornelius Cardew, Ennio Morricone, Karl Korte, Norma Beecroft, Mario Bertoncini, Ernesto Rubin de Cervin, Eric Salzman, Kenneth Leighton, Peter Maxwell Davies, Michael Dellaira, Armando Santiago, and Richard Teitelbaum. Petrassi died in Rome at the age of 98.
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    Petrassi's early work was part of an attempt by several Italian composers to create a national Italian revival in classical music, corresponding to the romantic work of Germans such as Richard Wagner. During this time, his work was characteristically neoclassical in style, influenced by Bartók, Hindemith and Stravinsky.

    In later years, Petrassi's open musical mind and acute personality led him to experiment with different post-Webernian influences and a wide range of poetic materials, from Latin hymns to Ariosto's La follia d'Orlando and Cervantes' Ritratto di Don Chisciotte. All these influences are present in a remarkable series of eight Concerti for Orchestra which he composed between the late 1930s and the late 1970s.

  • Hindemith Fuga Daniele & Davide Trivella

    6:01

    Paul Hindemith Allegro Davide and Daniele Trivella sonata for two pianos fuga

  • Andrea Emo nel suo studio

    8:02

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Andrea Emo nel suo studio · Mary Newsletter

    Del perduto coraggio

    ℗ 2000 Mary Newsletter

    Released on: 2018-05-24

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • AQUILA NEL MARE

    1:01

    Davide Trivella. Aquila nel mare. Pianoforte Fazioli

  • BALIKARMA mp4

    10:54

    BALIKARMA TWO PIANOS ELABORATIONS TABUH TABUHAN AND BALINESE CERIMONIAL MUSIC DAVIDE AND DANIELE TRIVELLA ENRICO MASSEROLI TOPENG

  • Biennale di Venezia - i lunghissimi applausi

    2:11

    Il lunghissimi applausi alla Biennale di Venezia per Davide&Daniele Trivella Piano Duo. Spezzone video realizzato da Paolo Trivella.

  • MOSTRA CHERUBINI a Palazzo Albrizzi Venezia 2011

    2:43

    Tra Classicismo e Romanticismo: Luigi Cherubini, valido esempio di Cultura Italo-Tedesca a Palazzo Albrizzi con l' Esposizione di materiali raccolti da Hochachule f.Musik F.Liszt di Weimar, e organizzati in Mostra con la coll. del Centro Tedesco di Studi Veneziani e l' Ass. Cult. Italo-Tedesca Venezia.
    Musica di Cherubini (1760-1842) al Pianoforte m° Alessandro Amoretti.
    Video Prof.Leonardo Orlandi 30.4.2011

  • Marino Baratello Il veleno e lambrosia, per flauto - Andrea Vecchiato, flauto

    6:04

    Il Veleno e l’ambrosia, per flauto (2018)
    Andrea Vecchiato, flauto
    Studio di registrazione Riccardo Farnea
    Edizioni Rai.Com

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  • Poulenc: Elégie per due pianoforti

    4:22

    Duo pianistico Petrillo-Santoro. Concerto per l'ESTATE MUSICALE SORRENTINA del 24 agosto 1998. Chiostro di S.Francesco, Sorrento.

  • Duo Trivella - 18 settembre 2008

    9:58

    Settimana delle Arti e dello Spettacolo: Anteprima della programmazione musicale 2008-2009.

  • M Blake Let us run out of the Rain Davide and Daniele Trivella

    8:32

  • Daniele and Davide Trivella Foulard

    4:01

    Daniele and Davide Trivella Foulard due pianoforti Auditorium Bergamo aprile 2009

  • Notas de Humor | Remix Ensemble | 19 Set 2017

    13:27

    Remix Ensemble Casa da Música
    Peter Rundel direcção musical
    Ales Klancar trompete
    Jorge Prendas voz

    Programa:
    George Brecht Sinfonia nº 2, Fluxversion
    Salvatore Sciarrino ...Da un divertimento
    Francesco Filidei Ballatta nº 5, Carnevale, para trompete e ensemble
    Luís Tinoco Spam!
    Mauricio Kagel Finale mit Kammerorchester

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