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Verso l’oriente

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Tre canzoni

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Mary

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Klipp, Klapp Op.466

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Figaro Polka

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Die schöne Galathée

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Artist Life

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Per un mondo di pace

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Serendipity

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Incontro Musicale

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Wien Bleibt Wien

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Egyptischer Marsch Op.335

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  • Two Part Meditation (for two Euphonium and Piano)

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    Concert piece for two euphonium and piano dedicated to Steven mead and Luciano De Luca

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  • Concerto per trombone e orchestra

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    Concert for Trombone in three movements (Allegro giusto – Lento, ben ritmato – Allegro moderato) composed by the famous italian composer in 1966. It's one of the most played trombone concertos in the world and it already belongs to every “classical” trombonists repertory. This is the first time the piece has been transcribed for trombone soloist and wind band.

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  • Verso l’oriente

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    This composition for band, largely original, traces the places and encounters along the Silk Road leading to China that characterized the most important experiences of Marco Polo's life: the Gobi desert, the Yellow River, the Great Wall of China, the entrance in the city of Shangdu, trading with merchants, the encounter with Kublai Khan, the oriental dances in the court life, the meditative aspect of a Buddhist temple and in the garden of the Happy Men, the rites of the Prohibited City and imperial honors which were reserved for Marco Polo by the Great Khan of Beijing.

    The musical construction is entrusted to particular scales from which the melodies and harmonies are inspired to create an atmosphere in the Oriental tradition.

    The discursive spirit of the architectural lines moves easily between the modern chromaticism and a rhythmic writing that generates movements of minimalist origin.
    Well-known themes from the opera Turandot by Giacomo Puccini are deliberately woven into the piece: a significant tribute to the adventurous feats of the Italian traveler in ancient China. The pieces by Puccini are transcribed in an easy and accessible way for performance by a wind band.

    Here are some various musical passages:
    Towards Silk Road.
    The caravan of the camel drivers
    The arrival to the Oriental City
    The life and dance of theCourt(Allegretto giocoso of Turandot)
    The encounter with the merchants
    In a Chinese market
    “Gira la cote” from Turandot…..sharpening of the knives
    Beijing the forbidden City
    In the garden of the happy men: the success of the voyage of Marco Polo
    (Themes and ending from Turandot)

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  • Tre brani umoristici alla Rossini

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    INTRODUZIONE BACCHICA per bicchieri, piatti, fiaschi e padelle, con assolo di clarinetto

    DUETTO BUFFO per due flauti e…diversi gatti

    BREVE POLKA DIGESTIVA…dopo un lauto pranzo (per xilofono solista)

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  • Taurus

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    March dedicated to the Fanfara “Taurinense” from Torino and to its music director Marco Calandri.
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  • Tre canzoni

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    (From Turkish folk themes of the 16th century) Three short pieces where the rhythm and modal harmonies are reminiscent of the characteristic features of French and Italian songs. The work is not extremely difficult but is rhy<a href=”#tab-description”>[…]</a>

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  • Mary

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    March in 6/8 with a decisive and breezy atmosphere. Tubas, trombones and euphoniums have some agile passages.

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  • Die schöne Galathée

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    Overture from the operetta Die Schone Galathè

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  • Per un mondo di pace

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    Music for a World Peace

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  • Serendipity

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    Serendipity is a term coined by the English writer Horace Walpole (1717-1797) to indicate the ability to discover at random something unexpected that has nothing to do with what you were looking for.

    The name comes from a legend according to which the Sultan of Serendip (ancient Arabic name of the island of Ceylon), leaves home in search of gold. After travelling across mountains and valleys and finding no gold, he discovers an excellent quality of tea which turns out to be more valuable than gold.
    Or just think of Christopher Columbus who in 1492 discovered the American continent while searching for a shorter route to India.

    The composer Carlo Pirola with SERENDIPITY took on this sense of adventure, that is to discover an unexpected musical idea, especially while searching for another one. A continuous surprise that only music can achieve.

    In this original composition for band, one captures moments of research, and finally finds out that they created a new musical idea which, in turn comes back and originates new ideas which will be needed to create other ones, and so on.
    It's a musical adventure in which the value of the experiences does not match the original expectations, but that eventually puts everything in order; a piece that teaches us to love and accept life, because, even though it is set and lived to reach certain milestones, it will have pleasant surprises in store for us.

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  • Incontro Musicale

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  • Egyptischer Marsch Op.335

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    Concert March

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