Respighi


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Respighi

Ottorino . 1879--1936, Italian composer, noted esp for his suites The Fountains of Rome (1917) and The Pines of Rome (1924)
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As with the Beethoven/ Respighi disc reviewed above, this is a two-sided release.
That's about 150 minutes too many for some, but if you enjoy full-bloodied, colourful (occasionally brash) romantic programme music this set is a joy - for those new to Respighi it's a great place to start.
Gregory the Great" brought to us the Respighi better known for "Fountains of Rome.
Among other events, the Angela Peralta Theater and the Camerta will host twelve concerts with a roster of events, including concerts for children, general audience concerts, and special musical concerts featuring the works of Debussy, Respighi, Mahler, Strauss and Wagner.
2, Gershwin's An American in Paris and the spectacular The Pines of Rome by Respighi.
There are several composers who have been deleted altogether such as Ottorino Respighi and Seymour Bernstein and new ones added such as Jan Ladislav Dussek and John Cage.
Exotica, from Respighi, is played by the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra under Sakari Oramo, in crystal clear sound which brings out the composer's famous skills as an orchestral sound painter.
WEDNESDAY Orchestra of the Swan: Organist Thomas Trotter, conductor David Curtis - Rossini, Albinoni, Mendelssohn, Respighi, Poulenc: Birmingham Town Hall, 2.
Earlier there was much to like about another symphonic poem by Respighi, the Fountains of Rome.
His recital CD on the XX1-21 Productions label, with accompanist Dube, includes songs by Duparc, Rachmaninoff, Richard Strauss, Tosti, Respighi and Donaudy, and is slated for release this fall.
Gounod, Bizet, Mozart, Handel, Rameau, Conti, Bach, Myslivecek, Gluck, Massenet, Respighi, Shostakovich, Britten, Janacek, Dvorak)