- Performer:Francesco d'Avalos
- Title:Martucci: Piano Concerto No. 2
- Date of release:1997
- Size FLAC version1317 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1858 megabytes
- Size WMA version1395 megabytes
- Formats:AAC AC3 MMF APE AUD XM
Martucci: Piano Concerto No. 2. ASV 691. CD. Martucci: Piano Concerto No. 2; Canzonetta, Gavotta; Giga; Etc. Brilliant Classics 93439/4.
Martucci: Piano Concerto No. Francesco Caramiello (piano). Philharmonia Orchestra, Francesco D'Avalos. ASV and D'Avalos are to be commended for their committed advocacy. Catalogue No: CDDCA691. Martucci: Piano Concerto N. in B flat minor, O. 6. Philharmonia Orchestra. Martucci: Canzonetta, O. 5, N. Martucci: Gavotta, O. Martucci: Giga, O. 1, N.
Giuseppe Martucci - Piano Concerto No. 2 (1885). Giuseppe Martucci - Piano Concerto No. 2, Op. 66 (1885). Giuseppe Martucci (1856-1909) - Andante Op. 69 Nº 2. Previous Next. In 1989 Francesco d'Avalos tried to start a revival of Martucci's music by recording four CDs with major works including the two piano concertos, two symphonies, and La canzone dei ricordi. These discs were distributed by ASV Records and later by Brilliant Classics. In 2009, to mark the centenary of Martucci's death, Naxos Records released a series of CDs devoted to his orchestral music, featuring the Symphony Orchestra of Rome conducted by Francesco La Vecchia
Francesco d'Avalos (Naples, 11 April 1930 – Naples, 26 May 2014) was an Italian conductor and composer. Holder of the aristocratic titles of Prince d'Avalos and Marquis of Vasto and Pescara, d'Avalos was also a descendant of the uncle of Maria d'Avalos, the murdered first wife of Carlo Gesualdo. d'Avalos acknowledged that the Italian composer Antonio Favasta convinced his parents to allow him to study music. He began music studies at age 12, including piano studies with Marta De Conciliis, and later with Vincenzo Vitale. d'Avalos composed two symphonies for soprano and orchestra. His other compositions include: Maria Venosa for soloists, chorus and orchestra. Idillio for piano and string orchestra. His awards and honours included: Composition Prize "Marzotto Prize Selection 1958". Muzio Clementi - Symphony in D-major, O. 8, N. (ca. 1785).
By Giuseppe Martucci, Francesco La Vecchia. 1. Piano Concerto No. 2 in B-Flat Minor, Op. 66: I. Allegro giusto - Gesualdo Coggi, Rome Symphony Orchestra, 21:050:30. 66: II. Larghetto - Gesualdo Coggi, Rome Symphony Orchestra, 10:090:30. 3.
Béla Bartók's Piano Concerto No. 2 in G major, Sz. 95, BB 101 (1930–31) is the second of three piano concerti, and is notorious for being one of the most difficult pieces in the repertoire. In approaching the composition, Bartók wanted the music to be more contrapuntal. He also wanted to simplify his music (like many of his contemporaries), but his use of counterpoint in this piece makes for an extremely complicated piece of music.
Piano Concerto N. - O. Instrumentations : ORCHESTRA - BAND Piano and Orchestra (1) Original PIANO 2 pianos 4 hands (duet) (1). Sheet music menu: Listing & Menu. Compositions a-z (73). Arrangements a-z (11). Piano Concerto N. O. 6 Giuseppe Martucci.
CreditsAvril Bardoni - Liner Note Translation
Francesco Caramiello - Piano
Brian B. Culverhouse - Balance Engineer, Producer
Carole Cutner - Photography
Francesco d'Avalos - Conductor, Liner Notes, Primary Artist
Elke Davies - Liner Note Translation
Philharmonia Orchestra - Orchestra
Nathalie Ramond - Liner Note Translation
|Piano Concerto No. 2 in B flat minor, Op. 66|
|1||1st movement. Allegro giusto||Francesco d'Avalos||20:55|
|2||2nd movement. Larghetto||Francesco d'Avalos||9:52|
|3||3rd movement. Finale (Allegro con spirito)||Francesco d'Avalos||10:16|
|4||Canzonetta for orchestra, Op. 65/2||Francesco d'Avalos||2:59|
|5||Gavotta (Tempo di Gavotta), for piano, Op. 55/2||Francesco d'Avalos||4:18|
|6||Giga for small orchestra, Op. 61/3||Francesco d'Avalos||3:16|
|7||Serenata, for piano (or orchestra), Op. 57/2||Francesco d'Avalos||3:55|
|8||Minuetto for piano in E minor, Op. 55/1||Francesco d'Avalos||5:48|
|9||Momento musicale for orchestra, Op. 64/1||Francesco d'Avalos||4:17|