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Per un mondo di pace

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Impressione

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Tre canzoni

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Ivo Valzer

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Piha Burja

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Preghiera

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Galaxy

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Priere

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Visioni Orfiche

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Frontiere

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Scherzando con Strauss

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Cadeau

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  • Per un mondo di pace

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    Music for a World Peace

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  • Impressione

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    Original proposal that is not afraid to go in unusual stylistic directions. The rhythmic and timbrical effects make it an evocative piece.

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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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  • In Hoc Signo Vinces

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    Battaglie in musica
    Written by Carlo Pirola
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  • Quattro giochi cromatici

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    For Concert Band

    Questa suite è costituita da quattro brevi quadri descrittivi di difficoltà esecutiva e d’insieme progressivamente crescente. Sono caratterizzati da una forte compattezza formale dovuta all'utilizzo prevalente di pochi spunti melodici, a loro volta spesso ricavati gli uni dagli altri. In “Ventaglio” l’armonia è prodotta dall'incontro di linee melodiche che si allontanano o si avvicinano – da qui il titolo – tramite utilizzo del moto contrario cromatico. “Nenia” prende dal primo brano i primi tre intervalli melodici esposti dall'euphonium e li utilizza a mo’ di tema cantabile distribuito in vari interventi solistici. Il terzo quadro musicale della suite è basato su un ostinato ritmico-melodico che descrive esattamente il titolo “Saliscendi”: periodicamente, in un’armonia totalmente consonante, s’inseriscono minuscoli frammenti presi a prestito dai due quadri precedenti. Infine, proprio con una ricapitolazione degli incipit musicali dei tre quadri già uditi, prende il via “Fuggifuggi” ossia un simpatico fugato su soggetto ancora una volta ricavato da spunti melodici già precedentemente ascoltati.

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  • Piha Burja

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    Piha Burja, the wind of Adriatic Sea, literally Bora blows, the wind of Adriatic Sea, is a little descriptive ouverture, based on the story of the “Bora” the cold wind blowing in Trieste.

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  • Preghiera

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    Preghiera (Prayer) ideally reflects the contrast and mixture of those thoughts and sentiments (the gentleness of the soul and the eternal doubts which often “tempt” it) which, in this music, express themselves both through the contrast of the two main and distinct thematic areas, and with their perfect union and synthesis, where one theme enters into the other in an ideal dialogue of contrasts which sees the meditative and serene theme prevail in the end and, gently repeating itself, leads to a delicate conclusion.

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  • Galaxy

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    Composition in a modern and communicative style. To be noted are the rhythmic and melodic effectiveness of the various  themes.

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  • Priere

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    Solo euhponium and band

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  • A Mild Song

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    È una semplice canzone, scritta in ricordo di un amico perduto, dai tratti nostalgici. Il tema è presentato due volte integralmente, con alcune variazioni nella parte centrale.
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  • Visioni Orfiche

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    The concert piece was composed for the First National Composition Competition for Wind Orchestra Palatucci in 2010, obtaining the second prize (first prize not awarded). The composition is inspired by the analogy perceived between the “salvation”, understood in a laical way,  of the myth of Orpheus – who with his music corrupts the god of the underworld to bring his beloved back to life – and the story of the Chief of Police of city of Fiume who allowed the salvation of a multitude of Jews destined to suffer the murderous Nazi fury. Many instruments stand out as solists and in their extreme registers.

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  • Frontiere

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    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.

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  • Scherzando con Strauss

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  • Dies Festus

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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.
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  • Cadeau

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    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.

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