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Clarinet Recital: Bosi, Sergio - BERIO, L. / BETTINELLI, B. / BUCCHI, V. / DIONISI, R. / GABUCCI, A. (20th-Century Italian Clarinet Solos)

Clarinet Recital: Bosi, Sergio - BERIO, L. / BETTINELLI, B. / BUCCHI, V. / DIONISI, R. / GABUCCI, A. (20th-Century Italian Clarinet Solos)

The Classical Shop
release date: July 2013


Artists:

Sergio Bosi

Soloist

Venue:

SB Sound Studio, Pesaro, Italy

Venue

Record Label
Naxos

Genre:

Instrumental


Classical

Total Time - 62:46
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Clarinet Recital: Bosi, Sergio - BERIO, L. / BETTINELLI, B. / BUCCHI, V. / DIONISI, R. / GABUCCI, A. (20th-Century Italian Clarinet Solos)

     
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LUCIANO BERIO

1 

Lied

4:13
     
 

BRUNO BETTINELLI

2 

Studio da concerto

6:26
     
 

VALENTINO BUCCHI

3 

Clarinet Concerto

7:24
     
 

RENATO DIONISI

4 

Monodia

1:36
     
 

AGOSTINO GABUCCI

5 

Fantasia Orientale

4:53
     
 

Improvviso

 
6 I. Andante lento 1:04
7 II. Andante calmo 0:56
8 III. Andante un poco mosso 1:06
     
 

GIACOMO MILUCCIO

9 

Rhapsodie

6:17
     
 

NINO ROTA

10 

Lo Spiritismo nella vecchia casa

9:50
     
 

GIUSEPPE RUGGIERO

 

Episodi

 
11 No. 1. Adagio 1:13
12 No. 2. Mosso 0:49
13 No. 3. Molto calmo 2:03
14 No. 4. Allegro vivace 0:52
     
 

CARLO SAVINA

 

Trittico

 
15 I. Ben ritmato e spiritoso 1:56
16 II. Calmo 4:00
17 III. Vivace 2:09
     
 

FLAVIO TESTI

18 

Jubilus I, Op. 30

5:59
     
 Sergio Bosi Soloist


Opera dominated Italian domestic music-making and eclipsed instrumental writing, which often had to draw on operatic models in the shape of virtuosic paraphrases. The renewal of Italian orchestral and chamber music in the twentieth century, however, led to vibrant native schools of composition, not least for the clarinet. Some composers, such as Giuseppe Ruggiero and Nino Rota, acted as bridges between the past and the present, while others invented new ‘effects’ and sounds, such as those of Bruno Bettinelli in his Studio da concerto. Berio’s Lied reworks and simplifies some of the technical innovations to be found in Sequenza IXa, also written for the clarinet
 
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