Dallapiccola


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Dallapiccola

Luigi . 1904--75, Italian composer of twelve-tone music. His works include the opera Il Prigioniero (1944--48) and the ballet Marsia (1948)
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The majority of these documents refer to the music of contemporary composers, including Casella, Dallapiccola, Nono, Luciano Berio, and Sylvano Bussotti (4).
CAST: Peaches, Danni Daniels, Sandy Kane, Mignon, Sweet Machine, Jolly Goods, the Fatherfucker Dancers, Armin Dallapiccola
Perry, a native of Lexington, Kentucky, studied with a virtual "Who's Who" in musical circles including Hugh Ross (1949), Luigi Dallapiccola (1951) and Nadia Boulanger (1952).
Luigi Dallapiccola arguyo con maledicencia que "no habia compuesto 600 conciertos sino uno solo que habia repetido 600 veces".
Amati F, Mari A, Digilio MC, Mingarelli R, Marino B, Giannotti A, Novelli G, Dallapiccola B.
Marino B, Digilio MC, Toscano A, Giannotti A, Dallapiccola B.
The late Italian composer Luigi Dallapiccola (1904-1975), wrote several operas and a substantial number of works for the human voice both solo and in choral productions.
Luigi Dallapiccola, the Italian composer who died in 1975, at the age of 71, was not at the top of my list, but I have to say that this second volume of his work opens with an early Partita from 1930 which I found very acceptable, as I did four Lyrics of Machado, despite their dating, from after his 12-tone conversion.
Bacci, Mario Bonfantini, Giovanni Colacicchi, Luigi Dallapiccola, Alfonso Gatto, Mario Luzi, Eugenio Montale.
Harvard and Yale educated, and living in Europe on grants to study with Elliott Carter, Luigi Dallapiccola, and Luigi Nono, among others, the core members of MEV were trained at the peak of modernism.