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Playlist of Paolo Serrao

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  • Paolo Serrao Trois Morceaux

    8:10

    Paolo Serrao
    Trois Morceaux

  • Pianista Francesco Nicolosi, Paolo Serrao - Scherzo

    3:18

    Alla memoria di Vincenzo Bellini - Albun per pianoforte. Il Rotary per Vincenzo Bellini nel bicentenario della nascita

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  • Cancello Attilio, rev. padre, O salutaris Ostie

    2:47

    Gramophone Concert Record, G:C.-2-52620
    tenore???, non ho notizie

  • Proyecto Hélade III Concurso Internacional Paolo Serrao Italia

    6:43

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  • Trois morceaux: II. Barcarolle

    3:13

    Provided to YouTube by Kontor New Media

    Trois morceaux: II. Barcarolle · Giacomo Ferrari & Raffaele La Ragione

    Serenata Napoletana: Music for Mandolin and Piano

    ℗ Brilliant Classics

    Released on: 2015-02-06

    Soloist: Giacomo Ferrari
    Soloist: Raffaele La Ragione
    Composer: Paolo Serrao
    Music Publisher: Brilliant Classics

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007: I. Prelude

    1:13

    Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment

    Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007: I. Prelude · Moritz Kolb · Johann Sebastian Bach

    Was uns nicht umbringt (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

    ℗ 2018 Sony Music Entertainment Germany GmbH

    Producer: Volker Bertelmann
    Mastering Engineer: Calyx Mastering Berlin

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Spot Mayan Concert

    1:31

    Once de los grandes de la escena electrónica mundial se juntan en un solo escenario para sorprender a sus fans mexicanos el próximo 1 de septiembre.

    Sound and Concept y Funky Monstruos Lab traen para ti a: Way Out West (Inglaterra), Monaque (Estados Unidos/ Rusia), Danny Howells (Inglaterra), Seb Fontaine (Inglaterra), Paolo Mojo (Inglaterra), Green Velvet (Estados Unidos), Anil Chawla (Inglaterra), Darin Epsilon (Los Ángeles), Hernán Serrao (Buenos Aires), Anthony Pappa (Australia) y John Creamer (Estados Unidos).

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  • Trois morceaux: I. Melodie

    2:04

    Provided to YouTube by Kontor New Media

    Trois morceaux: I. Melodie · Giacomo Ferrari & Raffaele La Ragione

    Serenata Napoletana: Music for Mandolin and Piano

    ℗ Brilliant Classics

    Released on: 2015-02-06

    Soloist: Giacomo Ferrari
    Soloist: Raffaele La Ragione
    Composer: Paolo Serrao
    Music Publisher: Brilliant Classics

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • L.v.Beethoven: Egmont Overture op. 84

    8:26

    L.v.Beethoven: Egmont Overture op. 84
    Orchestra Regionale della Calabria Paolo Serrao
    dir. Mario Leotta
    19-11-2014 Teatro Apollo - Crotone

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  • P. Serrao, Fantasia sullopera Aida di G. Verdi -

    9:16

    27 giugno 2008

  • Componiendo Preludio & Bossa #2

    3:15

    Un pequeño clip de la concepción de una de mis piezas favoritas. Es curioso pensar cuantas ideas que se repartieron ese día se mantuvieron hasta el final.

  • CZardas - Mus. V. Monti - Arr. M. Montebello

    3:25

    CZardas

    By

    Monti è nato a Napoli dove ha studiato violino e composizione al Conservatorio
    di San Pietro a Majella con il violinista Pinto e composizione con il M° Paolo Serrao. Intorno al 1900, dopo essersi ulteriormente perfezionato in violino con Camillo Sivori, ha ottenuto un incarico come direttore dell'Orchestra Lamoureux a Parigi dove scrisse diversi balletti, pantomime e operette,
    tra cui Noël de Pierrot.
    La sua composizione più famosa è la Csárdás, scritta nel 1904 e suonata
    da tutte le orchestre gitane. Sempre nel 1904, il giorno 18 maggio, viene data
    in prima assoluta al Teatro Costanzi di Roma la sua operetta in 1 atto Mam'zelle Frétillon, di cui è autore anche del libretto.

    Arrangiata Da M. Montebello In Un Piccolo Paesino Siciliano Vicino L'Ennese.

  • Vivaldi - 4 Seasons - Spring - Diana Lewtak

    4:59

  • Trois morceaux: III. Gavotte

    2:54

    Provided to YouTube by Kontor New Media

    Trois morceaux: III. Gavotte · Giacomo Ferrari & Raffaele La Ragione

    Serenata Napoletana: Music for Mandolin and Piano

    ℗ Brilliant Classics

    Released on: 2015-02-06

    Soloist: Giacomo Ferrari
    Soloist: Raffaele La Ragione
    Composer: Paolo Serrao
    Music Publisher: Brilliant Classics

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • W.A. Mozart - Ouverture da Le Nozze di Figaro

    6:03

    Orchestra dell'I.C. ad indirizzo musicale Pascoli/Aldisio di Catanzaro.
    Direttore d'orchestra e arrangiamenti: Giovanni Doria
    1° premio al Concorso Scholae in Scolacium_Parco archeologico di Roccelletta di Borgia (Cz)
    1° premio: alla V EDIZIONE CONCORSO MUSICALE EUROPEO Città di Filadelfia (Vv) Premio Speciale Paolo Serrao e Melody Best Music School 2013

    a.s. 2012/2013 - Auditorium N. Casalinuovo - Catanzaro

  • Remo: Tamburello Calabria Pre-Tuned

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    The Tamburello Calabria has a unique playing style, which is accommodated with a large notch cutout for extra playing comfort. A double row combination of standard and conical jingles produce a perfect timbre for the quick articulated beats found in the Modern Southern Italian drumming style.

    Remo’s Skyndeep synthetic Pre-Tuned drumhead technology adds an adhesive Mylar ring creating rich bass tones, with a natural animal look and feel that is new the world of percussion.

  • I. Albeniz - Asturias da Suite Española No.1, Op.47

    6:20

    Orchestra dell'I.C. ad indirizzo musicale Pascoli/Aldisio di Catanzaro.
    chitarra solista: Giuseppe Carioti
    Direttore d'orchestra e arrangiamenti: Giovanni Doria
    1° premio al Concorso Scholae in Scolacium_Parco archeologico di Roccelletta di Borgia (Cz)
    1° premio: alla V EDIZIONE CONCORSO MUSICALE EUROPEO Città di Filadelfia (Vv) Premio Speciale Paolo Serrao e Melody Best Music School 2013

    a.s. 2012/2013 - Auditorium N. Casalinuovo - Catanzaro

  • Mario Leotta - Rimsky-Korsakov -- Beethoven

    8:56

    Estratti da Sheherazade - Rimsky-Korsakov
    Ouverture Egmont - Beethoven
    Orchestra Regionale della Calabria Paolo Serrao

  • Grand Duo de Concert No. 3

    11:58

    Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America

    Grand Duo de Concert No. 3 · Friedemann Eichhorn

    Servais, A.F. / Ghys, J. / Leonard, H. / Vieuxtemps, H.: Duos for Cello and Violin

    ℗ 2010 Naxos

    Released on: 2010-01-26

    Artist: Friedemann Eichhorn
    Artist: Alexander Hulshoff
    Composer: Hubert Leonard
    Composer: Adrien Francois Servais
    Editor: Ralf Kolbinger

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Presentación Proyecto Hélade

    38

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  • CONFUTATIS LACRIMOSA - voStudio Coro de Cámara

    5:01

  • Your Blue Coat

    3:00

    Pure Joy. The feeling you get when you put on your boyfriend's hat or borrow your girlfriend's hoodie. Two years ago PETE KENNEDY sent me a little guitar riff that gave me the idea for Your Blue Coat. With indispensable vocals by CLANCY POTTS and MAUREEN SERRAO, (who also played a ripping bass), as well as drumbeats and loops from JOHN ORESHNICK, I wrote, recorded and shot this video all by myself. Many times I would pull this song out to work on just when I needed a hit of JOY. Why go to all this trouble? For the same reason that people climb a mountain..because it's there.

  • The Poets Waltz: Dmitri Shostakovich Waltz 2

    3:00

    Daniela Ripetti Pacchini -- The Poets' Waltz.
    Music: The Second Waltz of Shostakovich played by André Rieu.
    'Waltz 2' is the seventh movement (and the 'second' waltz) of the eight movements of the Suite for Variety Orchestra, also named Suite for Variety Stage Orchestra. For many years the Suite for Variety Orchestra was misidentified as the lost suite for Jazz Orchestra No.2, which is a different work . See note 1).
    This video is a memory of the 2nd International Festival of the Poets held in1980 at Piazza di Siena in Rome. The memory is evoked by a T-shirt of that event found an old trunk.
    In my dreaming reconstruction images of places and poets follow one after the other and seem to dance to the captivating rhythm of Shostakovich's Waltz.
    Not only poets coming from all over the world, but also musicians, astronomers, astronauts, astrophysicists and comedians participated in the 2nd International Festival of the Poets, conceived and organized by Simone Carella, Ulisse Benedetti (Beat 72 Cultural Association) & Franco Cordelli and sponsored by the peerless City Councillor Renato Nicolini, the creator of the 'Roman Summer'. That international meeting of 'poets off the page' was an Aion, a 'hot' event before the long cold season of the 1980s , an event where many contradictions imploded in the soft machine of verses.
    Some photos included in this remembrance are mine, some are by Agnese De Donato and Giorgio Piredda, some by Dino Ignani (pictures of the stage of the Festival, Gino Scartaghiande, Amelia Rosselli, Bianca Maria Frabotta, Gabriella Sica, Jolanda Insana, Edith Bruck, Maria Luisa Spaziani, Valentino Zeichen, Alfredo Giuliani, Sandra Petrignani, Gino Scartaghiande). The photos of Piazza di Siena are by Massimo Feliziani, who then worked with me as far as the sound part was concerned. Some pictures are from the Web, those of Amiri Baraka (Le Roi Jones), Allen Ginsberg and Peter Orlovsky, Gregory Corso and Ginsberg, Victor Cavallo, Margherita Hack and Der Wanderer über dem Nebelmeer by Caspar David Friedrich, are from Wikipedia Creative Commons.
    As for music and images all rights belong to their owners.
    These are the names of the protagonists of the Festival, printed on the shirt and in the book Poeti Italiani al 2°Festival Internazionale dei Poeti (Studio Forma 1980):
    Italian poets: Dario Bellezza, Alfredo Giuliani, Armanda Guiducci, Jolanda Insana, Giorgio Manacorda, Giulia Niccolai, Renzo Paris, Francesco Serrao, Adriano Spatola, Maria Luisa Spaziani, Mario Baudino, Patrizia Bettini, Edith Bruck, Giuseppe Conte, Ignazio Delogu, Bianca Maria Frabotta, Rosanna Guerrini, Vivian Lamarque, Arrigo Lora-Totino, Nico Orengo, Daniela Ripetti, Amelia Rosselli, Silvia Battisti, Mariella Bettarini, Michelangelo Coviello, Roberto De Angelis, Tommaso di Ciaula, Attilio Lolini, Anna Malfaiera, Anna Mongiardo, Paolo Morelli, Mariella Bettarini, Sandra Petrignani, Paolo Prestigiacomo, Gino Scartaghiande, Gabriella Sica, Mara Alessi, Rosita Copioli, , Marco Gherardi, Francesco Leonetti, Dacia Maraini, Antonio Porta, Giulio Stocchi, Sebastiano Vassalli, Valentino Zeichen, Nanni Balestrini (his poems were read by Valeria Magli and some fragments also by me).
    Foreign Poets: Josif Brodskij, Jean Jacques Lebel, A. Amirkhanian, Erich Fried, Mahmoud Darwish, Brion Gysin, Amiri Baraka (Le Roi Jones), Allen Ginsberg, Peter Orlovsky, William Burroughs, John Jorno, Gregory Corso e and many others...
    (skindapsos, ilvelobarocco)
    Note 1) 'Waltz 2' was used on the soundtrack to the 1999 Stanley Kubrick film Eyes Wide Shut (based on Arthur Schnitzler's Traumnovelle) . The greater part of the Suite for Variety Orchestra is material recycled and assembled by Shostakovich at least post-1956; and the Waltz 2 was adapted from the Waltz (eight movement) from the Suite from The First Echelon, Op. 99a (1956). The First Echelon (Pervyy eshelon) is a 1955 soviet film directed by M.K. Kalatozov.
    ITA.*- Daniela Ripetti Pacchin. Ricordi del Secondo Festival Internazionale dei Poeti ( Piazza di Siena, Roma 1980).
    Musica : The Second Waltz by Dimitri Shostakovich interpretato da André Rieu.
    In questo video la 'Madeleine proustiana' evocatrice dei ricordi è una maglietta, la maglietta del 2° Festival Internazionale dei Poeti , ritrovata in un vecchio baule.
    Quel caleidoscopico Festival, includeva oltre a poeti provenienti da tutto il mondo, anche musicisti, astronomi, astronauti, astrofisici e comici. Esso fu un Aion, un evento 'caldo' prima della lunga fredda stagione degli anni ottanta. Un evento in cui, nella morbida macchina dei versi, si condensarono ed implosero molte contraddizioni come era già accaduto del 1° Festival Internazionale dei Poeti di Castelporziano nel 1979.

  • G. Verdi - Gran Finale II e Marcia Trionfale dellAida

    3:13

    Orchestra scolastica I.C. Pascoli-Aldisio di Catanzaro
    Trascrizione e direzione di Giovanni Doria
    1° premio al Concorso Scholae in Scolacium_Parco archeologico di Roccelletta di Borgia (Cz)
    1° premio: alla V EDIZIONE CONCORSO MUSICALE EUROPEO Città di Filadelfia (Vv) Premio Speciale Paolo Serrao e Melody Best Music School 2013

    a.s. 2012-2013, Auditorium N. Casalinuovo - Catanzaro

  • Bosque - Wheels

    1:50

    Não sou cantor profissional, logo...

  • Ernesto Cavallini: Lontano dalla Patria / Romance for clarinet / Cameristi della Scala

    8:58

    ERNESTO CAVALLINI [1807-1874]

    LONTANO DALLA PATRIA [Milan, G. Canti 1871]
    Romance for clarinet and fortepiano (arr. by Matteo Manzitti)

    dedicated to: Paolo Serrao

    Fabrizio Meloni (clarinet)
    Simonide Braconi, Giorgio Baiocco, Maddalena Calderoni, Elena Faccani, Francesco Lattuada, Luciano Sangalli, Mihai Sas (viola)
    Jacob Ludwig, Martina Lopez, Simone Groppo (violoncello)
    Giuseppe Ettorre, Alessandro Serra (double bass)

    Cameristi della Scala / Alessandro Ferrari (director)


    2011

    [on modern instruments]

  • Carlo Munier Serenata napoletana

    6:09

    Carlo Munier
    Serenata napoletana

    Raffaele La Regione mandolin
    Giacomo Ferrari piano

  • Orchestra Sinfonica Giovanile della Piana

    9:30

    5° Concorso Musicale - Città di Filadelfia
    Premio Speciale Paolo Serrao
    1° Classificati con punti 94/100 :-)

  • Orchestra Sinfonica Giovanile della Piana

    8:06

    5° Concorso Musicale Città di Filadelfia - premio Speciale Paolo Serrao - 1° classificati

  • Naas Veld - As we grow old

    3:11

    Direction, photography and editing - Sallas de Jager
    Make-up - Julia Rubenstein

  • GEORGE AXIOTIS - ΓΕΩΡΓΙΟΣ ΑΞΙΩΤΗΣ - ΣΤΟ ΧΟΡΟ

    11:27

    ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΗ ΣΥΜΦΩΝΙΚΗ ΜΟΥΣΙΚΗ

    Γεώργιος Αξιώτης (Μαριούπολη 1875 - Μύκονος 1924)
    Στo χορό

    «Γεννημένος το 1875 στην Μαριανούπολη της Ρωσίας, ο Γεώργιος Αξιώτης εγκαταστάθηκε στην Αθήνα το 1887 και ξεκίνησε μαθήματα μουσικής στο Ωδείο Αθηνών, ενώ κατόπιν – ακολουθώντας τα βήματα των περισσοτέρων Επτανησίων συνθετών του 19ου αιώνος – ολοκλήρωσε τις σπουδές του στο Ωδείο San Pietro a Majella της Νάπολης (1895-1901), ως μαθητής του επιφανούς καθηγητή σύνθεσης Paolo Serrao. Η πρώτη δεκαετία του 20ού αιώνος τον βρίσκει και πάλι στην ελληνική πρωτεύουσα, όπου αναπτύσσει έντονη καλλιτεχνική και πνευματική δραστηριότητα, ως ιδρυτικό μέλος και πρώτος διευθυντής του Ωδείου του Πειραϊκού Συνδέσμου, ως ιδρυτής και αρχισυντάκτης (από κοινού με τον Γεώργιο Λαμπελέτ) του ρηξικέλευθου λογοτεχνικού περιοδικού Κριτική (1903) και επιπλέον ως συνθέτης, πιανίστας και συγγραφέας. Εντούτοις, η σφοδρή πολεμική του εναντίον του τότε κραταιού διευθυντή του Ωδείου Αθηνών Γεωργίου Νάζου και – λίγο αργότερα – του Μανώλη Καλομοίρη τον ώθησε σταδιακά στο περιθώριο της αθηναϊκής μουσικής ζωής και έτσι ο ίδιος αποσύρθηκε γύρω στο 1910 στην ιδιαίτερη πατρίδα του, την Μύκονο, όπου παρέμεινε δραστήριος μέχρι τον σχετικά πρόωρο θάνατό του το 1924».

    * Ἑρμηνεύει ἡ Ἀκαδημαϊκὴ Συμφωνικὴ Ὀρχήστρα τῆς Σόφιας (Βουλγαρίας), ὑπὸ τὴν διεύθυνσιν τοῦ Βύρωνος Φιδετζῆ.

    ΤΟ ΒΙΝΤΕΟ ΔΗΜΙΟΥΡΓΗΘΗΚΕ ΓΙΑ ΕΚΠΑΙΔΕΥΤΙΚΟ ΣΚΟΠΟ !

  • Giuseppe MARTUCCI: piano concerto no.2 op.66 - III Allegro

    9:53

    Giuseppe MARTUCCI: piano concerto no.2 op.66 III MVT

    Conductor: La Vecchia Francesco

    Orchestra: Rome Symphony Orchestra

    Pianist: Coggi Gesualdo

    Photos: Italy,mountains,countryside,hills.

    Genre: Concertos; Orchestral
    Period: Romantic

    Key B♭ minor
    3 movements:


    Allegro giusto
    Larghetto (G♭ major)
    Allegro con spirito

    Anno/data di composizione 1884-5
    Anno della prima pubblicazione 1886
    Dedica Doctor Filippo Filippi
    Average Duration 40 minutes
    Stile del pezzo Romantic
    Strumentazione Piano solo and orchestra (2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 4 horns, 2 trumpets, 3 trombones, ophicleide, timpani, and strings)

    Genre
    Concerto Classical
    Period
    Modern Romantic
    Comp Date
    1885
    Avg Duration
    40:40

    Parts/Movements

    Allegro giusto
    Larghetto
    Finale: Allegro con spirito

    Sometimes called the Italian Brahms, Giuseppe Martucci abjured the traditional Italian fascination with opera for a musical career as a conductor, pianist, and composer. His two symphonies and two piano concertos all demonstrate his allegiance in what he called absolute music. His Second Piano Concerto in B flat minor, Op. 66, (1884-1885) is a massive work in three movements. The opening movement, Allegro giusto, alone is more than 20 minutes long and contains three themes, an extensive development section, and an enormous cadenza. The central movement, Larghetto, has two contrasted themes which reach their climax in a section which recalls the piano recitative central movement of Beethoven's Fourth Piano Concerto. The closing movement, Allegro con spirito, is a brilliant virtuoso work for both soloist and orchestra ending in resounding triumph. The Second Piano Concerto was premiered on January 31, 1885, with the composer as the soloist.

    Giuseppe Martucci (Capua, 6 January 1856 -- Naples, 1 June 1909) was an Italian composer, conductor, pianist and teacher. As a composer and teacher he was influential in reviving Italian interest in non-operatic music. As a conductor he helped to introduce Richard Wagner's operas to Italy and also gave important early concerts of English music there.

    Career
    Martucci was born at Capua, in Campania. He learned the basics of music from his father, Gaetano, who played the trumpet. He was a child prodigy, performing on the piano at the age of 8.[1] From the age of 11, he was a student at the Naples Conservatory, on the recommendation of professor Beniamino Cesi,[2] the latter being a former student of Sigismond Thalberg. Martucci became a student in composition with Paolo Serrao. Martucci subsequently (from 1880 onwards) held a professorship and became director in 1902. Among his students was Ottorino Respighi.

    His son Paolo, born in Naples in 1883, also became a pianist of note, briefly teaching at the Cincinnati Conservatory.

    He died in Naples in 1909.

  • Antonio Vivaldi Concerto per Archi e Cembalo in La mag.

    8:19


    Cascina Robbiolo 14 Maggio 1995 Concerto di Primavera
    Massimo De Biasio ( al mio fianco ) e' un esempio di come il fare musica vada affrontato nel modo piu' sereno possibile. Grazie anche ai colleghi, che in diverse occasioni mi hanno sostenuto nel collaborare con i miei allievi di Viloino e di Esercitazioni Orchestrali di Buccinasco : Alessandro Silva - Paolo Fuochi - Chiara Maggiani - Angela Serrao - Cristian Pellegrini - Marco Perolfi - Cristiano Rossella - Annalisa Doria - . Un grazie di cuore ,colmo di momenti indimenticabili.

  • Giuseppe MARTUCCI: piano concerto no.2 - I Tempo Allegro giusto

    21:14

    Giuseppe MARTUCCI
    piano concerto no.2
    I TEMPO : Allegro giusto
    Pianist: Gesualdo COGGI
    Photos: Italy,mountains,countryside,hills,

    Giuseppe Martucci piano concerto no 2 I Tempo Allegro giusto
    Pianist: Gesualdo Coggi
    Photos: Italy,mountains,countryside,hills,

    Giuseppe Martucci
    Piano Concerto No. 2 in B flat minor, Op. 66
    Key B♭ minor
    3 movements:


    Allegro giusto
    Larghetto (G♭ major)
    Allegro con spirito

    Anno/data di composizione 1884-5
    Anno della prima pubblicazione 1886
    Dedica Doctor Filippo Filippi
    Average Duration 40 minutes
    Stile del pezzo Romantic
    Strumentazione Piano solo and orchestra (2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 4 horns, 2 trumpets, 3 trombones, ophicleide, timpani, and strings)

    Genre
    Concerto Classical
    Period
    Modern Romantic
    Comp Date
    1885
    Avg Duration
    40:40

    Parts/Movements

    Allegro giusto
    Larghetto
    Finale: Allegro con spirito

    Sometimes called the Italian Brahms, Giuseppe Martucci abjured the traditional Italian fascination with opera for a musical career as a conductor, pianist, and composer. His two symphonies and two piano concertos all demonstrate his allegiance in what he called absolute music. His Second Piano Concerto in B flat minor, Op. 66, (1884-1885) is a massive work in three movements. The opening movement, Allegro giusto, alone is more than 20 minutes long and contains three themes, an extensive development section, and an enormous cadenza. The central movement, Larghetto, has two contrasted themes which reach their climax in a section which recalls the piano recitative central movement of Beethoven's Fourth Piano Concerto. The closing movement, Allegro con spirito, is a brilliant virtuoso work for both soloist and orchestra ending in resounding triumph. The Second Piano Concerto was premiered on January 31, 1885, with the composer as the soloist.

    Giuseppe Martucci (Capua, 6 January 1856 -- Naples, 1 June 1909) was an Italian composer, conductor, pianist and teacher. As a composer and teacher he was influential in reviving Italian interest in non-operatic music. As a conductor he helped to introduce Richard Wagner's operas to Italy and also gave important early concerts of English music there.

    Career
    Martucci was born at Capua, in Campania. He learned the basics of music from his father, Gaetano, who played the trumpet. He was a child prodigy, performing on the piano at the age of 8.[1] From the age of 11, he was a student at the Naples Conservatory, on the recommendation of professor Beniamino Cesi,[2] the latter being a former student of Sigismond Thalberg. Martucci became a student in composition with Paolo Serrao. Martucci subsequently (from 1880 onwards) held a professorship and became director in 1902. Among his students was Ottorino Respighi.

    His son Paolo, born in Naples in 1883, also became a pianist of note, briefly teaching at the Cincinnati Conservatory.

    He died in Naples in 1909.

  • Nicolosi Concerto mvt 1

    7:54

    Anne Lauber : Nicolosi Concerto .mvt 1) Maestoso- Allegro. Mexico State Symphony Orchestra. Francesco Nicolosi piano, Anne Lauber conducting. October 5, 2012, Texcoco Mexico.

  • Pandurello & Tamburello Calabria by REMO, test

    3:04

  • Occhi di fata Denza by Franco Tenelli

    3:39

    Beautiful song by Denza

    O begl'occhi di fata,
    o begl'occhi stranissimi e profondi...
    Voi m'avete rubata
    la pace della prima gioventù.

    Bella signora dai capelli biondi
    per la mia giovinezza che v'ho data
    mi darete di più.

    O sì, voi mi darete
    dei vostri baci la febbre e l'ardore!
    Trepidante sarete
    tra le mie bracie aperte...
    Tra le mie bracie aperte
    e sul mio cor.

    Della mia gioventù
    prendete il fiore.
    Del mio giovine sangue
    l'ardore prendete.
    Ma datemi l'amor,
    ma datemi l'amor!

    Luigi Denza (24 February 1846, Castellammare di Stabia, Campania - 26 January 1922), was an Italian composer. Denza was born at Castellammare di Stabia, near Naples. He studied music under Saverio Mercadante and Paolo Serrao at the Naples Conservatory. Later, he moved to London and became a professor of singing at the Royal Academy of Music in 1898. Denza wrote an opera, Wallenstein, and hundreds of songs. The most popular of these was a collaboration with Peppino Turco, the Neapolitan song Funiculì, Funiculà, about the Vesuvius funicular.[1] Other songs such as Luna fedel, Occhi di fata, and Se have been sung by Mario Lanza, Luciano Pavarotti, Carlo Bergonzi, Enrico Caruso

  • Giuseppe MARTUCCI :piano concerto no.2 op.66 - MVT II Larghetto

    10:03

    Giuseppe MARTUCCI:piano concerto no.2 op.66 MVT II Larghetto

    Conductor:
    La Vecchia, Francesco

    Orchestra:
    Rome Symphony Orchestra

    Artist:
    Coggi, Gesualdo
    Photos: Italy,mountains,countryside,hills.

    Genre: Concertos; Orchestral
    Period: Romantic

    Key B♭ minor
    3 movements:


    Allegro giusto
    Larghetto (G♭ major)
    Allegro con spirito

    Anno/data di composizione 1884-5
    Anno della prima pubblicazione 1886
    Dedica Doctor Filippo Filippi
    Average Duration 40 minutes
    Stile del pezzo Romantic
    Strumentazione Piano solo and orchestra (2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 4 horns, 2 trumpets, 3 trombones, ophicleide, timpani, and strings)

    Genre
    Concerto Classical
    Period
    Modern Romantic
    Comp Date
    1885
    Avg Duration
    40:40

    Parts/Movements

    Allegro giusto
    Larghetto
    Finale: Allegro con spirito

    Sometimes called the Italian Brahms, Giuseppe Martucci abjured the traditional Italian fascination with opera for a musical career as a conductor, pianist, and composer. His two symphonies and two piano concertos all demonstrate his allegiance in what he called absolute music. His Second Piano Concerto in B flat minor, Op. 66, (1884-1885) is a massive work in three movements. The opening movement, Allegro giusto, alone is more than 20 minutes long and contains three themes, an extensive development section, and an enormous cadenza. The central movement, Larghetto, has two contrasted themes which reach their climax in a section which recalls the piano recitative central movement of Beethoven's Fourth Piano Concerto. The closing movement, Allegro con spirito, is a brilliant virtuoso work for both soloist and orchestra ending in resounding triumph. The Second Piano Concerto was premiered on January 31, 1885, with the composer as the soloist.

    Giuseppe Martucci (Capua, 6 January 1856 -- Naples, 1 June 1909) was an Italian composer, conductor, pianist and teacher. As a composer and teacher he was influential in reviving Italian interest in non-operatic music. As a conductor he helped to introduce Richard Wagner's operas to Italy and also gave important early concerts of English music there.

    Career
    Martucci was born at Capua, in Campania. He learned the basics of music from his father, Gaetano, who played the trumpet. He was a child prodigy, performing on the piano at the age of 8.[1] From the age of 11, he was a student at the Naples Conservatory, on the recommendation of professor Beniamino Cesi,[2] the latter being a former student of Sigismond Thalberg. Martucci became a student in composition with Paolo Serrao. Martucci subsequently (from 1880 onwards) held a professorship and became director in 1902. Among his students was Ottorino Respighi.

    His son Paolo, born in Naples in 1883, also became a pianist of note, briefly teaching at the Cincinnati Conservatory.

    He died in Naples in 1909.

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    Honorables Miembros del Imperio MrJohannStraussViena,me complace presentarles:

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    Autor.- Umberto Giordano

    Umberto Menotti Maria Giordano Naciò en Foggia un 28 de agosto de 1867 y muere lamentablemente en Milán un 12 de noviembre de 1948 se caracterizó por ser un compositor italiano dedicado principalmente a la creación de óperas. Sus obras más conocidas son Andrea Chénier y Fedora, óperas románticas de estilo verista compuestas a finales del siglo XIX.
    Nació en Foggia, en Italia, y a pesar de la oposición de su padre se matriculó en el Conservatorio de Nápoles en 1882. Fue alumno de Paolo Serrao y escribió su primera ópera, Marina para un concurso académico. Posteriormente escribió Mala Vita, una valiente obra verista acerca de un hombre que promete reformar a una prostituta si él se cura de una tuberculosis. Esta obra causó cierto escándalo durante su representación en Roma en 1892, alcanzando más popularidad en Austria y Alemania. Giordano intentó un acercamiento más romántico con su siguiente ópera Regina Diaz (1894), pero ésta fue un fracaso, retirándose después de dos representaciones.
    Giordano entonces probó suerte en Milán, de nuevo con un tema verista, con su trabajo más conocido, Andrea Chénier (1896), con un libreto de Luigi Illica basado en la vida del poeta francés André Chénier. Fedora (1898) fue también un éxito, y es representada en la actualidad. Su trabajo posterior es menos conocido, aunque ocasionalmente representado.

    Disfruten de esta lindisima obra y comenten si gustan.
    ¡Suscrìbanse!
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    Umberto Menotti Maria Giordano (1867 - 1948) fue un compositor italiano. Sus obras más conocidas son Andrea Chénier y Fedora, óperas románticas de estilo verista compuestas a finales del siglo XIX.
    Nació en Foggia, en Italia, y a pesar de la oposición de su padre se matriculó en el Conservatorio de Nápoles en 1882. Fue alumno de Paolo Serrao y escribió su primera ópera, Marina para un concurso académico. Posteriormente escribió Mala Vita, una valiente obra verista acerca de un hombre que promete reformar a una prostituta si él se cura de una tuberculosis. Esta obra causó cierto escándalo durante su representación en Roma en 1892, alcanzando más popularidad en Austria y Alemania. Giordano intentó un acercamiento más romántico con su siguiente ópera Regina Diaz (1894), pero ésta fue un fracaso, retirándose después de dos representaciones.
    Giordano entonces probó suerte en Milán, de nuevo con un tema verista, con su trabajo más conocido, Andrea Chénier (1896), con un libreto de Luigi Illica basado en la vida del poeta francés André Chénier. Fedora (1898) fue también un éxito, y es representada en la actualidad. Su trabajo posterior es menos conocido, aunque ocasionalmente representado.
    El teatro más importante de Foggia está dedicado a Umberto Giordano, en el que Andrea Chénier ha sido representada recientemente. También existe en Foggia una plaza en su honor, en el que varias estatuas recuerdan sus obras más famosas.

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    Fedora es una ópera en tres actos con música de Umberto Giordano y libreto de Arturo Colautti basado en un drama con el mismo nombre de Victorien Sardou. Fue estrenada el 17 de noviembre de 1898 en el Teatro Lírico de Milán.
    El drama transcurre en Rusia, Francia y Suiza, durante el final del siglo XIX.
    Fedora no fue muy bien recibida por la crítica europea, pero el interés por ella ha aumentado en los últimos años gracias a las grabaciones discográficas, algunas con notables intérpretes del papel principal, como Mirella Freni, Eva Marton o Magda Olivero.

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    Vittorio Monti (1868-1922) – Czardas for Violin and Piano

    Monti was an Italian born in Naples, composed ballets, operettas, pantomimes, as well as instrumental, vocal and violin pieces. Today, Monti is best remembered for writing Czardas. Monti studied violin at the conservatory in San Pietro at Majella, and composition with Paolo Serrao. He went to Paris in 1886 and became the concertmaster in the Lamoureux Orchestra. Later, he became a conductor in Paris.

    The Czardas is a Hungarian national dance in two movements, one slow and the other fast. It’s interesting that most gypsy orchestras know and play the Czardas of Monti, a Neapolitan composer. Moreover, these dances are singularly the cause of Monti’s fame.
    Hungarian folk music has made itself felt in the world of classical music. Great composers such as Haydn, Beethoven, Liszt, Dvorak, Brahms and Bartok have used the unusual rhythms, scales, and harmonies, in their compositions, often in final movements. The distinctive soulfulness of the music, a yearning quality, even a pathos, has intrigued and inspired great musical minds for more than 200 years - Horace Work

    In pop culture, Czardas was a featured piece involving dueling violins in the 1984 film Unfaithfully Yours. Figure skater Katarina Witt used the piece for her short program of the 1983-84 season (1984 Winter Olympics), and Japanese skater Mao Asado also used it for her long program in the 2006-07 season. Even more recently, American recording artist Lady Gaga used part of Czardas as an intro for her song Alejandro from her album The Fame Monster (2009). - Philharmonic Society of Orange County

    Performed at Brahms Meets the West by members of the Bay Area's Ensemble ARI at ArtShare L.A.:

    Jiwon Evelyn Kwark (Violin) and Sharon Lee Kim (Piano)
    Here is Michael Lee's 3 minute Introduction to Monti's Czardas for Violin and Piano -

    Other high quality audio/HD video recordings (by Adam Borecki/Tyler Eschendal, audio engineer/composer) from ‘Brahms Meets the West’ with Ensemble ARI:
    Michael Lee – Echoes “At the Edge of Darkness” for piano trio:


    Jean Ahn – Flashback of Ravel for piano trio:


    Michael Lee - Introduction to V. Monti’s Czardas for Violin:



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