TC.920001-Contemporary Bassoon Works-Paolo Carlini

The rare and flamboyant programme designed by Paolo Carlini brings to light an instrument which is given insufficient consideration as a soloist by the composers of today, despite being among the first to evolve technically. In the Sixties, it was the bassoon itself which identified and pioneered the new sounds of wind instruments, following research on multiples ( the playing of more than one sound at the same time) by Bruno Bartolozzi and Sergio Penazzi. As well as this, the range, agility and tonal variety of the bassoon played normally have offered twentieth-century stylistic comparisons of which this anthology puts forward several interesting versions for the solo instrument.

Cod.: TC.920001
Compositore: Giorgio Gaslini (1929), Enrico Pieranunzi (1949), Luis De Pablo (1930), Marco Betta (1964), Nicola Sani (1961), Maurizio Fabrizio (1952), Ennio Morricone (1928), Giancarlo Cardini (1940), Giorgio Colombo Taccani (1961)
Composer: Giorgio Gaslini (1929), Enrico Pieranunzi (1949), Luis De Pablo (1930), Marco Betta (1964), Nicola Sani (1961), Maurizio Fabrizio (1952), Ennio Morricone (1928), Giancarlo Cardini (1940), Giorgio Colombo Taccani (1961)
Titolo: Opere per fagotto
Title: Bassoon Works
Esecutori: Paolo Carlini, fagotto<br> Matteo Fossi · Enrico Pieranunzi, pianoforte<br>Orchestra della Toscana<br>Francesco Lanzillotta, direttore
Performers: Paolo Carlini, bassoon<br> Matteo Fossi · Enrico Pieranunzi, piano<br>Orchestra della Toscana<br>Francesco Lanzillotta, conductor
Edizione: Novembre 2013
Edition: November 2013
Testo_Musicologico: Angelo Foletto
Musicological_Text: Angelo Foletto
Note_it: World Premiere Recording
Note: World Premiere Recording
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