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Respighi Malipiero: Italian Piano Music 1900-1920
Artist: Norberto Cordisco Respighi
Format: CD

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Label: EVIDENCE CLASSICS
Rel. Date: 08/26/2022
UPC: 5051083179799

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DISC: 1

1. Malipiero: Poemetti Lunari: I. Salmodiando, Gravemente
2. Malipiero: Poemetti Lunari: II. Mestamente, Ma Non Lento
3. Malipiero: Poemetti Lunari: III. Lugubre
4. Malipiero: Poemetti Lunari: IV. Presto
5. Malipiero: Poemetti Lunari: V. Mestamente (Quasi Senza Ritmo)
6. Malipiero: Poemetti Lunari: VI. Molto Lento - Molto PiĆ¹ Mosso E Marcato - Agitato - Lento Assai
7. Malipiero: Poemetti Lunari: VII. Agitatissimo
8. Malipiero: Poemi Asolani: I. La Notte Dei Morti
9. Malipiero: Poemi Asolani: II. Dittico
10. Malipiero: Poemi Asolani: III. I Partenti
11. Respighi: Valse Caressante
12. Respighi: Notturno
13. Respighi: Tre Preludi Sopra Melodie Gregoriane, P.131: I. Molto Lento
14. Respighi: Tre Preludi Sopra Melodie Gregoriane, P.131: II. Tempestoso
15. Respighi: Tre Preludi Sopra Melodie Gregoriane, P.131: III. Lento

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Respighi and Malipiero: their works nowadays are rarely recorded or performed, but they were nevertheless the originators of an important musical revival which took place in Italy in the early twentieth century. Through a commitment to the great masters of the Renaissance and Baroque periods and the study of Gregorian chant, each succeeded in his own way in giving new impetus to the art of music and inspiring future generations. In a rare portrait of Italian music at the beginning of the twentieth century, Norberto Respighi brings together here the most emblematic piano works of these two composers, with Malipiero's Poemetti Lunari and Poemi Asolani, and Respighi's Notturno and Valse caressante.