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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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Respighi composed Fountains of Rome in 1916 with Pines and Roman Festivals following in 1926 and 1928.
I am pleased to add that the input on this album of the Prague Chamber Orchestra--the recordings of Respighi's Gli Uccelli (1974) and Dvofak's Czech Suite (1976) is outstanding too.
Italian composer Respighi's life and career touched on both the 19th and 20th centuries.
Respighi was a contemporary of the Italian verismo composers--Mascagni, Leoncavallo and Puccini--and he completed eight operas himself (none of which survives in the standard repertory) as well as a dozen other minor vocal works.
Elsa Respighi (born Elsa Olivieri-Sangiacomo) was a gifted and promising singer when she enrolled in the Conservatorio di Santa Cecilia, but someone who had only dabbled in composition.
The Noah's Ark sequence, featuring Donald Duck (both funny and, dare I say it, a little moving), was accompanied by sections of Elgar's Pomp and Circumstance, while whales basked in an icy, aurora-illuminated world as the Phil glistened its way through Respighi's Pines of Rome.
Highlights include works by Grieg, Hindemith, Rota, Respighi, Watkins and Martinu, as well, of course, Sibelius and Strauss performed by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales.
Like in previous years, the Capella Corviniensis, the school orchestra of the Gymnasium Corvinianum in Northeim had been traveling to Isernhagen to support the event, playing classical pieces by Respighi, Tschaikowsky and Beethoven.
This entertaining program also features works by Schumann, Moreno, Ponce, Respighi, Donizetti and more.
La ligne de chant au galbe parfait s'impose des le quintette [beaucoup moins que]Es-dur[beaucoup plus grand que] de Mozart, [beaucoup moins que]Sthandwa Sami[beaucoup plus grand que] de Sibiya, ou encore de [beaucoup moins que]Il Tramonto[beaucoup plus grand que] de Respighi. Clou de la soiree, le passage d'Amelia Jardon, soprano du quintette de l'orchestre royal de chambre de Wallonie.
Para terminar el banquete musical, la OSM interpreto Vitrales de iglesia de Ottorino Respighi (1879-1936), donde pudimos una vez mas constatar la magnificencia orquestal del autor; de hecho esta musica es la reconceptualizacion de los tres preludios para piano de el mismo, donde introduce una y otra vez melodias originales de los cantos gregorianos, como hizo en Los pinos de Roma.
The composers--Ferrucio Busoni, Alfredo Casella, Francesco Malipiero, Ottorino Respighi, Riccardo Pick-Mangiagalli, Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Vicenzo Davico, Goffredo Petrassi, Nino Rota and Mario Pilati--influenced the development of 20th-century Italian music.