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Claudio Ambrosini : Plurimo. Arciuli, Libetta, Orvieto, Carlini, Valade, Storgards, Venzago, Angius.
Format : 1 CD
Durée totale : 01:08:10

Enregistrement : 11/01/2007-2015
Lieu : Venise/Turin/Florence
Pays : Italie
Prise de son : Stereo

Label : Stradivarius
Référence : STR37086
EAN : 8011570370860
Code Prix : DM021A

Année d'édition : 2017
Date de sortie : 29/11/2017

Genre : Classique
Claudio Ambrosini (1947-)
"Plurimo" (pour Emilio Vedova), Concerto pour deux pianos et grand orchestre
"Tocar", Concerto pour piano et grand orchestre
"Morte Di Caravaggio", Copie du réel, pour basson et orchestre

Giovanni Gabrieli (1554-1612)/Claudio Ambrosini (1947-)
Canzon n° XIII , a 12
Canzon n° I, a 5
Sonata n° XIX, a 15 (trans. pour grand orchestre)

Emmanuele Arciuli, piano
Francesco Libetta, piano
Aldo Orvieto, piano
Paolo Carlini, basson
Orchestre Symphonique National de la RAI
Orchestre du Théâtre La Fenice de Venise
Orchestre de Toscane
Pierre-André Valade, direction
John Storgards, direction
Mario Venzago, direction
Marco Angius, direction

Of the four works featured on this record, composed from 1998 to 2015, Plurimo is offered as an explicit homage to the painter Emilio Vedova, a constant living presence in the composer’s emotional and cognitive world because of their natural affinities. In Tocar, but also in Morte di Caravaggio and in his transcriptions for orchestra of the two Canzoni and a Sonata by Giovanni Gabrieli (1557-1612), the greatest composer of the Venetian Renaissance, there are several episodes of refraction between image and sound, between the being of what is painted and the unfolding of the score. After studying at Venice Conservatory, Claudio ambrosini graduated at Venice (Music) and Milan (Linguistics) Universites. In Venice, he also enjoyed significant encounters with Bruno Maderna and especially Luigi Nono, who included him among his favourite composers. Ambrosini has composed vocal, instrumental, electronic works, oratorios, operas and ballets, all characterized by an extensive instrumental research. He has received various prizes and has been invited to international festivals as the Contemporary Music Festival of the Biennale di Venezia, Strasbourg, Brussels, Huddersfield, Avignon, Helsinki, Stockholm, Vancouver, Montreal, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Viitasaari, Sydney.

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