WORKS FOR STRING ORCHESTRA

 

OLVIDAR (2015) for accordion and string orchestra    NEW

(duration about 8 minutes)

Olvidar is a work featuring a very dense texture, where the soloist establishes an intense dialogue with strings. After a first episode based on an asymmetrical rhythm, on which  the timbre of the accordion gradually emerges, in the second episode the solo cello tries to compete with the soloist. A brief return to the initial moment flows into the Tango, the emotional summit of the composition. The following reproposal of previous musical elements leads to the final, in which the theme of the Tango returns again.

Olvidar is dedicated to Mario Stefano Pietrodarchi, and it was performed on March 6, 2016 in Poznan (Poland) by Pietrodarchi and the Amadeus Chamber Orchestra of Polish Radio conducted by Anna Duczmal-Mrz.

 

 

 

 


 

MYSTIC CIRCLES (2009-2012) for string orchestra    Open the score in PDF format      New version 2012

(dur. about 10 minutes)

Performed by the Orchestra 'La Greca' della Provincia di Catanzaro conducted by Antonio Cipriani.

 

 

 

 


 

ELEGIA (2006) for solo cello and string orchestra    Open the score in PDF format

(dur. about 10 minutes)

Performed by Sandro Meo and the Philharmonia Mediterranea Orchestra conducted by Luigi De Filippi.

 

 

 

 


 

CRONOS (2005) for string orchestra    Open the score in PDF format

(dur. about 10 minutes)

Performed by the Philharmonia Mediterranea Orchestra conducted by Eduardo Bochicchio and by the Camerata Europa conducted by Maria Makraki (Konzerthaus Berlin, Germany).

 

 

 

 


 

DANZE DORICHE (2004) for string orchestra    Open the score in PDF format

(dur. 9 minutes)

Performed by the Alto Mare Chamber Orchestra (St. John - Canada) and by the String Orchestra of the Ecole Nationale de Musique du Tarn (France).

 

 

 

 


 

ADRIANA SUITE (1999) for string orchestra    Open the score in PDF format

(dur. 12 minutes)

Performed by The Bourbaki Ensemble conducted by David Angell (Sidney, Australia).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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