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Luigi Dallapiccola

Pietro Massa, piano

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Capriccio's Pianorarities: Luigi Dallapiccola is a survey of Dallapiccola's earlier acknowledged works that runs from his final music in a neo-classic style through to his earlier serial compositions. It does feature at least one relatively rare Dallapiccola composition; his Piccolo Concerto per Muriel Couvreux par Pianoforte e Orchestra da Camera (1938-1941), a neo-classical work dating from a period when Dallapiccola was living under fascism and hating it; it has only been recorded once before. It is a sparkling, brightly colored piano (not a piccolo, rather a "little") concerto and a near masterpiece as far as late European neo-classicism is concerned. The Piccolo Concerto is played with dedication and some measure of flair by pianist Pietro Massa with the support of Peter Hirsch and the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin. Apart from the Due Pezzi per Orchestra (1948) -- which is played by Hirsch and the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin alone and concludes the program -- the other selections are not particularly rare, especially the Quaderna musicale di Annalibera (1952), probably the most frequently recorded keyboard piece of Dallapiccola. The recording quality is a little inconsistent; the extremes of volume in Quaderna musicale di Annalibera are not well bridged, and one might find themselves jockeying the volume knob a bit. There is a similar disjunction of volume found between the quiet and loud movements of the Due Pezzi; the "Fanfara e Fuga" will make one jump after the calm, reflective "Sarabanda." Overall, it is unusual to see so many relatively early Dallapiccola pieces on a single disc; nothing here post-dates 1952. Capriccio's Pianorarities: Luigi Dallapiccola may prove more palatable to listeners who have a hard time getting a grip on his later bill of fare, and the already converted will likely be awestruck by the Piccolo Concerto.
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Piccolo concerto per Muriel Couvreux (Luigi Dallapiccola)

1
I. Pastorale
00:02:54

Peter Hirsch, Conductor - Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin, Orchestra - Luigi Dallapiccola, Composer - Pietro Massa, Artist, MainArtist

(P) 2010 CapriccioNR

2
II. Girolondo
00:02:17

Peter Hirsch, Conductor - Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin, Orchestra - Luigi Dallapiccola, Composer - Pietro Massa, Artist, MainArtist

(P) 2010 CapriccioNR

3
III. Ripresa
00:04:18

Peter Hirsch, Conductor - Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin, Orchestra - Luigi Dallapiccola, Composer - Pietro Massa, Artist, MainArtist

(P) 2010 CapriccioNR

4
IV. Cadenza
00:03:00

Peter Hirsch, Conductor - Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin, Orchestra - Luigi Dallapiccola, Composer - Pietro Massa, Artist, MainArtist

(P) 2010 CapriccioNR

5
V. Notturno
00:04:56

Peter Hirsch, Conductor - Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin, Orchestra - Luigi Dallapiccola, Composer - Pietro Massa, Artist, MainArtist

(P) 2010 CapriccioNR

6
VI. Finale
00:02:53

Peter Hirsch, Conductor - Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin, Orchestra - Luigi Dallapiccola, Composer - Pietro Massa, Artist, MainArtist

(P) 2010 CapriccioNR

Sonatina canonica after Paganini (Luigi Dallapiccola)

7
I. Allegretto comodo - Allegro molto misurato - Primo tempo
00:04:14

Luigi Dallapiccola, Composer - Pietro Massa, Artist, MainArtist

(P) 2010 CapriccioNR

8
II. Largo
00:02:08

Luigi Dallapiccola, Composer - Pietro Massa, Artist, MainArtist

(P) 2010 CapriccioNR

9
III. Andante sostenuto
00:02:33

Luigi Dallapiccola, Composer - Pietro Massa, Artist, MainArtist

(P) 2010 CapriccioNR

10
IV. Alla marcia: Moderato
00:02:14

Luigi Dallapiccola, Composer - Pietro Massa, Artist, MainArtist

(P) 2010 CapriccioNR

3 Episodi (Luigi Dallapiccola)

11
I. Angoscioso
00:04:51

Luigi Dallapiccola, Composer - Pietro Massa, Artist, MainArtist

(P) 2010 CapriccioNR

12
II. Ostinato
00:03:40

Luigi Dallapiccola, Composer - Pietro Massa, Artist, MainArtist

(P) 2010 CapriccioNR

13
III. Sereno
00:05:39

Luigi Dallapiccola, Composer - Pietro Massa, Artist, MainArtist

(P) 2010 CapriccioNR

Quaderno musicale di Annalibera (Luigi Dallapiccola)

14
I. Simbolo
00:03:37

Luigi Dallapiccola, Composer - Pietro Massa, Artist, MainArtist

(P) 2010 CapriccioNR

15
II. Accenti
00:00:28

Luigi Dallapiccola, Composer - Pietro Massa, Artist, MainArtist

(P) 2010 CapriccioNR

16
III. Contrapuntus primus
00:01:26

Luigi Dallapiccola, Composer - Pietro Massa, Artist, MainArtist

(P) 2010 CapriccioNR

17
IV. Linee
00:00:56

Luigi Dallapiccola, Composer - Pietro Massa, Artist, MainArtist

(P) 2010 CapriccioNR

18
V. Contrapunctus secundus
00:00:33

Luigi Dallapiccola, Composer - Pietro Massa, Artist, MainArtist

(P) 2010 CapriccioNR

19
VI. Fregi -
00:01:27

Luigi Dallapiccola, Composer - Pietro Massa, Artist, MainArtist

(P) 2010 CapriccioNR

20
VII. Andantino amoroso e Contrapunctus tertius
00:01:29

Luigi Dallapiccola, Composer - Pietro Massa, Artist, MainArtist

(P) 2010 CapriccioNR

21
VIII. Ritmi
00:01:14

Luigi Dallapiccola, Composer - Pietro Massa, Artist, MainArtist

(P) 2010 CapriccioNR

22
IX. Colore
00:01:38

Luigi Dallapiccola, Composer - Pietro Massa, Artist, MainArtist

(P) 2010 CapriccioNR

23
X. Ombre
00:02:32

Luigi Dallapiccola, Composer - Pietro Massa, Artist, MainArtist

(P) 2010 CapriccioNR

24
XI. Quartina
00:02:20

Luigi Dallapiccola, Composer - Pietro Massa, Artist, MainArtist

(P) 2010 CapriccioNR

2 Pezzi (Luigi Dallapiccola)

25
No. 1. Sarabanda
00:06:01

Peter Hirsch, Conductor - Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin, Orchestra, MainArtist - Luigi Dallapiccola, Composer

(P) 2010 CapriccioNR

26
No. 2. Fanfara e Fuga
00:04:20

Peter Hirsch, Conductor - Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin, Orchestra, MainArtist - Luigi Dallapiccola, Composer

(P) 2010 CapriccioNR

Album Description

Capriccio's Pianorarities: Luigi Dallapiccola is a survey of Dallapiccola's earlier acknowledged works that runs from his final music in a neo-classic style through to his earlier serial compositions. It does feature at least one relatively rare Dallapiccola composition; his Piccolo Concerto per Muriel Couvreux par Pianoforte e Orchestra da Camera (1938-1941), a neo-classical work dating from a period when Dallapiccola was living under fascism and hating it; it has only been recorded once before. It is a sparkling, brightly colored piano (not a piccolo, rather a "little") concerto and a near masterpiece as far as late European neo-classicism is concerned. The Piccolo Concerto is played with dedication and some measure of flair by pianist Pietro Massa with the support of Peter Hirsch and the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin. Apart from the Due Pezzi per Orchestra (1948) -- which is played by Hirsch and the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin alone and concludes the program -- the other selections are not particularly rare, especially the Quaderna musicale di Annalibera (1952), probably the most frequently recorded keyboard piece of Dallapiccola. The recording quality is a little inconsistent; the extremes of volume in Quaderna musicale di Annalibera are not well bridged, and one might find themselves jockeying the volume knob a bit. There is a similar disjunction of volume found between the quiet and loud movements of the Due Pezzi; the "Fanfara e Fuga" will make one jump after the calm, reflective "Sarabanda." Overall, it is unusual to see so many relatively early Dallapiccola pieces on a single disc; nothing here post-dates 1952. Capriccio's Pianorarities: Luigi Dallapiccola may prove more palatable to listeners who have a hard time getting a grip on his later bill of fare, and the already converted will likely be awestruck by the Piccolo Concerto.
© TiVo

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