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Luigi Dallapiccola (1904-1975) was one of the most fascinating composers of 20th century Italy. Influenced in his youth by Wagner and Debussy he later "converted" to the 12-tone technique of the 2nd Viennese School. His works in this style feature strict forms (with hints of Neo Baroque counterpoint) and an expression of lyrical warmth and beauty (sometimes sorely missing in 12-tone compositions by other, more severe masters). This new recording presents his complete output for solo piano and for the combination of violin and piano. Excellent performances by two leading Italian soloists: violinist Luca Fanfoni and pianist Maria Clementi, a duo which already gave concerts in the Leipzig Gewandhaus and Carnegie Hall New York.
Luigi Dallapiccola (1904-1975) was one of the most fascinating composers of 20th century Italy. Influenced in his youth by Wagner and Debussy he later "converted" to the 12-tone technique of the 2nd Viennese School. His works in this style feature strict forms (with hints of Neo Baroque counterpoint) and an expression of lyrical warmth and beauty (sometimes sorely missing in 12-tone compositions by other, more severe masters). This new recording presents his complete output for solo piano and for the combination of violin and piano. Excellent performances by two leading Italian soloists: violinist Luca Fanfoni and pianist Maria Clementi, a duo which already gave concerts in the Leipzig Gewandhaus and Carnegie Hall New York.
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Dallapiccola: Complete Music For Piano And Violin
Artist: Luca Fanfoni
Format: CD
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1. Tre Episodi From Marsia For Piano: I. Angoscioso
2. Tre Episodi From Marsia For Piano: II. Ostinato
3. Tre Episodi From Marsia For Piano: III. Sereno
4. Sonatina Canonica Su "Capricci" Di Niccolò Paganini For Piano: I. Allegretto Comodo
5. Sonatina Canonica Su "Capricci" Di Niccolò Paganini For Piano: II. Largo
6. Sonatina Canonica Su "Capricci" Di Niccolò Paganini For Piano: III. Andante Sostenuto
7. Sonatina Canonica Su "Capricci" Di Niccolò Paganini For Piano: IV. Alla Marcia. Moderato
8. Due Studi For Violin And Piano: I. Sarabanda
9. Due Studi For Violin And Piano: Fanfara E Fuga
10. Quaderno Musicale Di Annalibera For Piano: I. Simbolo
11. Quaderno Musicale Di Annalibera For Piano: II. Accenti
12. Quaderno Musicale Di Annalibera For Piano: III. Contrapunctus Primus
13. Quaderno Musicale Di Annalibera For Piano: IV. Linee
14. Quaderno Musicale Di Annalibera For Piano: V. Contrapunctus Secundus
15. Quaderno Musicale Di Annalibera For Piano: VI. Fregi
16. Quaderno Musicale Di Annalibera For Piano: VII. Andantino Amoroso E Contrapunctus Tertius
17. Quaderno Musicale Di Annalibera For Piano: VIII. Ritmi
18. Quaderno Musicale Di Annalibera For Piano: IX. Colore
19. Quaderno Musicale Di Annalibera For Piano: X. Ombre
20. Quaderno Musicale Di Annalibera For Piano: XI. Quartina
21. Tartiniana Seconda Divertimento For Violin And Piano: I. Pastorale
22. Tartiniana Seconda Divertimento For Violin And Piano: II. Tempo Di Bourrée
23. Tartiniana Seconda Divertimento For Violin And Piano: III. Presto. Leggerissimo
24. Tartiniana Seconda Divertimento For Violin And Piano: IV. Variazioni. A) Decisamente, B) Maestoso, C) Tranquillo, D) Doloroso, E

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Luigi Dallapiccola (1904-1975) was one of the most fascinating composers of 20th century Italy. Influenced in his youth by Wagner and Debussy he later "converted" to the 12-tone technique of the 2nd Viennese School. His works in this style feature strict forms (with hints of Neo Baroque counterpoint) and an expression of lyrical warmth and beauty (sometimes sorely missing in 12-tone compositions by other, more severe masters). This new recording presents his complete output for solo piano and for the combination of violin and piano. Excellent performances by two leading Italian soloists: violinist Luca Fanfoni and pianist Maria Clementi, a duo which already gave concerts in the Leipzig Gewandhaus and Carnegie Hall New York.
        
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