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Una doppia occasione (il 175° anniversario della Società Filarmonica di Arogno e l’80° anniversario del Conservatorio di Torino) ha dato motivo all’autore di scrivere questa fanfara nelle versioni, rispettivamente, per banda e brass band. Si tratta di musica celebrativa, adatta per aprire un concerto. Ci sono due parti musicali distinte, la fanfara vera e propria e una sorta di “trio” più melodico.
45,00€ – 50,00€
Frontiere is a meditative piece with dense instrumental colors, sometimes dark, sometimes pleasantly bright.
It tries to symbolize, with its cyclical form, a journey through thematic ideas that, from simple filler or secondary counterpoint, become protagonists and reveal their hidden potential as if, coming out of nowhere, they succeed in crossing a border (frontiera) which allows them to live in their own light.
Then the piece ends as it started, as if, after having explored new territories, desires to return to its own origins, where it all began.
100,00€ – 120,00€
(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>
50,00€ – 55,00€
An original and descriptive piece which also introduces themes from Antonín Dvořák's New World Symphony, easily adatped for band. This choice comes from the fact that the Czech composer visited the United States in the late 1800s. He travelled widely and became acquainted with the music of Afro-Americans and native Indians, aspects which influenced his compositions insomuch that they were included in his famous New World Symphony. Dvořák managed to create a symphonic-classical style influenced by the assimilation of popular American melodies. There are many beautiful melodies in the New World Symphony, and our purpose is to make them known to instrumental groups so they can have the opportunity to play them in an easy and pleasant way
70,00€ – 80,00€
Concert for alto saxophone, dedicated to Gabriele Francioli. In four movements: the first, with a double theme, the soloist, after the introductive cadence, “converses” with the band, by alternating musical phrases; the second is a tango, built on a rhythmic element of the previous movement; the third, the slow movement of the piece, in which the saxophone gradually gains the upper hand, subsequently becoming the undisputed protagonist in the finale “Blues”, which also includes a section of improvisation.
85,00€ – 100,00€