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Pietro Mascagni

(Livorno, December 7, 1863 – Roma, August 2, 1945)

Piano works for 2 and 4 hands (complete)

Duo Sollini – Barbatano (piano gran coda Steinway & Sons)

1 CD STEREO DDD - Time: 66:22
12 pages booklet, Italian/English

12,00

Description

Chamber music – world premiere. Mascagni’s rare repertoire for piano

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Tracklist

1 Novellina 2:01
2 Sulle rive di Chiaja 1:22
3 Mio primo Valzer (arr. A. Seidel) 9:11
4 Intermezzo 3:11
5 Pifferata di Natale 1:18
6 La Gavotta delle bambole 2:30
7 Un pensiero a San Francisco (Frammento) 0:55
8 New world processional (Triumphal March) 3:08
9 Tema di andante 0:51
10 La prima bagnante (Frammento) 0:43
11 Sunt lacrymae rerum! 2:46
12 Visione lirica (guardando la Santa Teresa del Bernini nella chiesa di S. M. della Vittoria a Roma) 4:33
13 Tomina (Intermezzo) 1:59
14 Sinfonia in fa maggiore per pianoforte a 4 mani – Adagio. Allegro 9:37
15 Sinfonia in fa maggiore per pianoforte a 4 mani – Larghetto 9:55
16 Sinfonia in fa maggiore per pianoforte a 4 mani – Minuetto. Allegretto grazioso 2:56
17 Sinfonia in fa maggiore per pianoforte a 4 mani – Allegro molto 8:33

description

In this recording the Sollini – Barbatano Piano Duo (who have already released two Concerto Classics CDs: Gioachino Rossini’s “Complete chamber music with piano” CD 2076, and Sergej Rachmaninov’s “Piano works for four and six hands” CD 2073) perform the world premiere of the Sinfonia in F major for piano with four hands transcribed by Pietro Mascagni and discovered in 2004 by Marco Sollini himself. To celebrate the 150th anniversary of Pietro Mascagni’s birth, this CD also presents 13 solo piano pieces by the great opera composer, among which is the first version of the famous Intermezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana as well as the world premiere of three pieces: “Mio primo Valzer” (My first Valzer) arranged by Anton Seidel, an extract of “Un pensiero a San Francisco” (A thought to San Francisco) and “New World processional (Triumphal March)”. The introduction is by Cesare Orselli, reviewer and music historian, one of the best and most talented specialists of Pietro Mascagni.

Artwork: Gianluca Corona, Iris, 2006, oil on canvas, 20x20cm

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