The Long Ear

Niccolò Castiglioni's music has at it's heart a quest for different timbres and new musical perspectives. After the neo-Classical exercises of his student years he moved towards serial techniques with explorations of contrast and transformation. Castiglioni made his name with Inizio di movimento, consolidating this with Cangianti in which the piano becomes a 'lyrical instrument of the most tender poetry'. The award-winning Italian pianist Aldo Orvieto continues his survey of piano works by one of Italy's most unique 20th-century composers. The award-winning Italian pianist Aldo Orvieto continues his exploration of piano works by Niccolò Castiglioni - one of Italy's unique 20th-century composers. Includes two world premiere recordings. Volume 1 is available on GP862.
Niccolò Castiglioni's music has at it's heart a quest for different timbres and new musical perspectives. After the neo-Classical exercises of his student years he moved towards serial techniques with explorations of contrast and transformation. Castiglioni made his name with Inizio di movimento, consolidating this with Cangianti in which the piano becomes a 'lyrical instrument of the most tender poetry'. The award-winning Italian pianist Aldo Orvieto continues his survey of piano works by one of Italy's most unique 20th-century composers. The award-winning Italian pianist Aldo Orvieto continues his exploration of piano works by Niccolò Castiglioni - one of Italy's unique 20th-century composers. Includes two world premiere recordings. Volume 1 is available on GP862.
747313986323

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Format: CD
Label: GRAND PIANO
Rel. Date: 01/12/2024
UPC: 747313986323

Complete Piano Works, Vol. 2
Artist: Castiglioni / Orvieto
Format: CD
New: Available $19.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. No.
2. Ostinato [01:43]
3. No.
4. Giubilazione [00:54]
5. No.
6. Contrappunto Su Sol [01:35]
7. No.
8. Inno [02:04]
9. No.
10. Contrappunto Su Un Canto Fermo, "Ubi Caritas Et Amor, Deus Ibi
11. Est" [02:18]
12. No.
13. Il Più Presto Possibile [00:17]
14. No.
15. Lento E Sempre Ugualmente Pianissimo [01:10]
16. No.
17. Il Più Presto Possibile [02:23]
18. Inizio Di Movimento [02:58]
19. Cangianti [10:24]
20. No.
21. Sweet [05:41]
22. No.
23. Kinderlied Ohne Worte [05:10]
24. No.
25. Fregi [06:31]
26. No.
27. Humilitas [01:49]
28. No.
29. Humus [02:00]
30. No.
31. Urquelle [01:20]
32. No.
33. Lied [01:55]
34. No.
35. Liebeslied [01:07]
36. No.
37. Choral, "Ah! Ritorni Il Vecchio Affetto a Regnar Nel Vostro
38. Cor" [00:17]
39. He [08:30

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Niccolò Castiglioni's music has at it's heart a quest for different timbres and new musical perspectives. After the neo-Classical exercises of his student years he moved towards serial techniques with explorations of contrast and transformation. Castiglioni made his name with Inizio di movimento, consolidating this with Cangianti in which the piano becomes a 'lyrical instrument of the most tender poetry'. The award-winning Italian pianist Aldo Orvieto continues his survey of piano works by one of Italy's most unique 20th-century composers. The award-winning Italian pianist Aldo Orvieto continues his exploration of piano works by Niccolò Castiglioni - one of Italy's unique 20th-century composers. Includes two world premiere recordings. Volume 1 is available on GP862.
        
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