- Performer:Eduardo Mata
- Title:Ottorino Respighi: Roman Festivals; Brazilian Impressions; The Pines of Rome
- Date of release:1993
- Size FLAC version1721 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1823 megabytes
- Size WMA version1581 megabytes
- Formats:MOD AUD FLAC VOC RA ADX
CD 1. Ottorino Respighi Composer. Feste romane (Roman Festivals; symphonic poem), . 57 Work. Dallas Symphony Orchestra Orchestra, Eduardo Mata Conductor. Pini di Roma (The Pines of Rome), . 41 Work. 8. pini di Villa Borghese (The Pines of the Villa Borghese). 9. ini presso una catacomba (Pines Near a Catacomb). 10. pini del Gianicolo (The Pines of the Janiculum). 11. pini della via Appia (The Pines of the Appian Way). back to top ^. Similar Albums. Bravura: Works by Respighi, Strauss and Lutoslawski.
Ottorino Respighi: Roman Festivals; Brazilian Impressions; The Pines of Rome. Pines near a Catacomb. Pines of the Janiculum. Pines of the Appian Way. Eduardo Mata.
By Ottorino Respighi, Eduardo Mata. 1. Feste romane (Roman Festivals), P. 157: I. Circenses - Dallas Symphony Orchestra, 4:400:30. 2. 157: II. Il Giubileo - Dallas Symphony Orchestra, 7:070:30. 3. 157: III. L'Ottobrata - Dallas Symphony Orchestra, 8:300:30. 4. 157: IV. La Befana - Dallas Symphony Orchestra, 5:510:30. Pini di Roma (Pines of Rome), P. 141: III. I pini del Gianicolo (The Pines of the Janiculum) - Dallas Symphony Orchestra, 6:580:30. 141: IV. I pini della via Appia (The Pines of the Appian Way) - Dallas Symphony Orchestra, 6:410:30. More by Ottorino Respighi. Ottorino Respighi: Essential Works.
Album · 2011 · 11 Songs. I. I pini di Villa Borghese. II. Pini presso una catacomba. III. I pini del Gianicolo. IV. I pini della via Appia. 11 Songs, 1 Hour 9 Minutes.
Both "Pines of Rome" and "Fountains of Rome" played by Sinopoli with the New York Phil lack a bit of musical and instrumental effect compared to Karajan with the Berlin Phil, recorded on the same company. On "Fountains of Rome", the orchestra is less expressive and more apathetic. One "Pines of Rome", the climatic movement is rather very slow, less bold and very loosely performed. However, I think both recording is okay. The "Roman Festivals" is performed almost like most regular performances, lacking energy a bit on the climax
Pines of Rome (Italian title: Pini di Roma) is a four-movement symphonic poem for orchestra completed in 1924 by the Italian composer Ottorino Respighi. The piece, which depicts pine trees in four locations in Rome at different times of the day, is the second of Respighi's trilogy of tone poems based on the city, along with Fountains of Rome (1917) and Roman Festivals (1928).
CreditsDouglas Brown - Editing, Engineer, Producer
Thomas Cole - Cover Art
Dallas Symphony Orchestra - Orchestra
Craig D. Dory - Engineer
Brian M. Levine - Executive Producer, Liner Editor, Liner Note Preparation
Nathaniel Lieberman - Photography
Eduardo Mata - Conductor, Primary Artist
Brian C. Peters - Engineer
J. Knighten Smit - Liner Notes
|Feste romane (Roman Festivals), symphonic poem, P. 157|
|3||October Festival||Eduardo Mata||8:30|
|Impressione brasiliane (Brazilian Impressions), for orchestra, P. 153|
|5||Tropical Night||Eduardo Mata||10:39|
|7||Canzone and Dance||Eduardo Mata||4:08|
|Pini di Roma (The Pines of Rome), symphonic poem, P. 141|
|8||Pine of Villa Borghese||Eduardo Mata||2:45|
|9||Pines near a Catacomb||Eduardo Mata||6:43|
|10||Pines of the Janiculum||Eduardo Mata||6:58|
|11||Pines of the Appian Way||Eduardo Mata||6:41|