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Luigi Ferdinando Tagliavini / Liuwe Tamminga - Andrea Gabrieli, Giovanni Gabrieli, Maestri Padani, Maestri Flamminghi: Organi di San Petronio di Bologna album mp3
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    Luigi Ferdinando Tagliavini / Liuwe Tamminga
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    Andrea Gabrieli, Giovanni Gabrieli, Maestri Padani, Maestri Flamminghi: Organi di San Petronio di Bologna
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Luigi Ferdinando Tagliavini (7 October 1929 in Bologna – 11 July 2017 in Bologna), was an Italian organist, harpsichordist, musicologist and composer. 1991 – Andrea and Giovanni Gabrieli, Gli organi della Basilica di San Petronio, with Liuwe Tamminga (Tactus). 1991 – Maestri Padani e Fiamminghi. Gli organi storici della Basilica di San Petronio in Bologna, with Liuwe Tamminga (Tactus). 1993 – Giuseppe Gherardeschi, Messa per organo, with the Corale S. Michele Arcangelo di Corsanico (Fonè). 1996 – Luigi Ferdinando Tagliavini and his collection of harpsichords (Ermitage). 2004 – L'organo Gaetano Callido (La Bottega Discantica). Passacaglia su un tema di Hindemith (1953).

Recorded At – Basilica of San Petronio, Bologna. Organ – Liuwe Tamminga (tracks: 1, 6 to 10, 12 to 16, 21), Luigi Ferdinando Tagliavini (tracks: 1 to 6, 10, 16 to 21). Notes. Recorded at the Basilica di S. Petronio, Bologna, Italy, 1990. Licensed from Tactus, Italy. CD comes in jewel case and with 8-page booklet.

1991 – Andrea and Giovanni Gabrieli, Gli organi della Basilica di San Petronio, with Liuwe Tamminga (Tactus). Luigi Ferdinando Tagliavini in "Dizionario Enciclopedico Universale della Musica e dei Musicisti", Torino 1988. E. Darbellay, Luigi Ferdinando Tagliavini in "The New Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians", Londra 1980. Bologna piange Luigi Ferdinando Tagliavini, maestro di musica e di cultura (Italian).

By Luigi Ferdinando Tagliavini, Liuwe Tamminga. A. Gabrieli & G. Gabrieli: Organ Works. Maestri Padani e Fiamminghi. L'organo Gaetano Callido (1797 - 1799) (Pieve S. Maria Assunta, Candide, Belluno, Italy). Pastorali Italiane, Vol. 3: XX secolo. More Luigi Ferdinando Tagliavini. Listen to Andrea and Giovanni Gabrieli now. Listen to Andrea and Giovanni Gabrieli in full in the this site app. Play on this site. Luigi Ferdinando Tagliavini studied organ, piano and composition with Riccardo Nielsen at the Conservatorio Giovanni Battista Martini in Bologna and at the Conservatory in Paris with Marcel Dupré.

Luigi Ferdinando Tagliavini (Bologna, Italy, 7 October 1929 – 11 July 2017) was an Italian organist, harpsichordist, musicologist and composer. He studied at the conservatories of Bologna and Paris and the University of Padua and taught the organ in Bologna, Bolzano and Parma, and music history in Bologna and Fribourg. He was a pioneer in organ restoration and his performances of older music combine his musicology and practical musicianship.

Luigi Ferdinando Tagliavini, Liuwe Tamminga - organ. Authentic" recordings of early organ music are rare, for the comparatively small organs of the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries were in most cases replaced by the more splendid efforts of the builders of the High Baroque. This little disc, originally released in 1990 and reissued by the omnivorous Dutch budget label Brilliant, is the exception. But a similar pair has been preserved at the Basilica di San Petronio in Bologna, and it is these that are used here by organists Luigi Ferdinando Tagliavini and Liuwe Tamminga. The effect is really delightful, and for many average listeners who enjoy organ music it will stir a desire to hear more organ music of the early Baroque played this way.

Credits

Luigi Ferdinando Tagliavini - Primary Artist
Liuwe Tamminga - Primary Artist