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Quattro secoli di musica a Venezia +++ CANCELLED+++
Musics by Giovanni Gabrieli, Antonio Vivaldi, Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari, Bruno Maderna, Claudio Ambrosini, Stefano Bassanese
Mon 26.10.2020
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Quattro secoli di musica a Venezia

“Contemporary music” is not a musical genre (so to speak, as in the case of consumer music it is rock, pop, rap …). Using a tautology is simply the music composed in our day and it is precisely in order not to fall into the trap of the “specialist musical genre” that for the Ex Novo Ensemble it has always been very important to propose programs that present music from different eras. This is the case of Four centuries of music in Venice, where the Venetian musical civilization is told in a path by Gabrieli in our days with an identity identification by the ensemble that led him to use this program many times in the most disparate while retaining its original conceptual setting.

PROGRAMME

Giovanni Gabrieli (1557-1612)
Canzoni per sonar a quattro con ogni sorta di stromenti (1608)
per flauto, clarinetto, violino e violoncello

 

AntonioVivaldi (1678-1741)
Concerto in Re maggiore RV92 (1720 ca.)
per flauto, violino e violoncello

 

Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari (1876-1948)
Introduzione e Balletto op. 35 (1946)
per violino e violoncello

 

Bruno Maderna (1920-1973)
Widmung (1967)
per violino solo

 

Claudio Ambrosini (1948)
“Oh mia Euridice” A fragment (1991)
per clarinetto (anche controtenore), violoncello e pianoforte

 

Stefano Bassanese (1960)
“si si si, no no no” (divertissement a guisa di danza per il 71° compleanno di Claudio Ambrosini)
per flauto, clarinetto, violino, violoncello e pianoforte
Prima esecuzione assoluta
Commissione Ex Novo Musica

Ex Novo Ensemble

Daniele Ruggieri flute
Davide Teodoro clarinet
Carlo Lazari violin
Carlo Teodoro cello
Aldo Orvieto piano

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