Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari, Trio Archè - The Two Piano Concerts download album
- Album: The Two Piano Concerts
- FLAC: 1580 mb | MP3: 1975 mb
- Released: 2018
- Style: Classical, Romantic
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Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari (1876-1948) focused on instrumental music at the beginning and towards the end of a career that was otherwise largely devoted to opera. The two trios for violin, cello and piano are early works, written at the time he was studying in Munich, or shortly afterwards. The first Trio in D major dates back to 1896, was premiered at the Tonkünstlerverein in Stuttgart in September of that same year and published as O. in 1902 by Leuckart in Leipzig. This new studio album is the second recording of Trio Archè for Brilliant Classics after their well-received debut of trios by another Italian composer, now even less familiar than Wolf-Ferrari, Marco Enrico Bossi (BC95581). Both albums make a readyappeal to all those listeners who travel the musical byways of late Romanticism. Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari (1876-1948) is a composer difficult to classify.
Wolf-Ferrari: The Two Piano Trios. Released on: 2018-07-27. Music Publisher: Brilliant Classics Composer: Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari Ensemble: Trio Archè. Auto-generated by YouTube.
Composer Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari. Solo Ensemble Trio Archè. Genre: Classical Chamber. Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari (1876-1948) focused on instrumental music at the beginning and towards the end of a career that was otherwise largely devoted to opera.
Profile: Italian ensemble founded 2001 in Turin by soloists Dario Destefano (violoncello), Francesco Cipolletta (piano) and Massimo Marin (violin), the latter then succeeded by Francesco Comisso. Members: Dario Destefano, Francesco Cipolletta, Francesco Comisso. Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari, Trio Archè - The Two Piano Concerts (CD).
Sumptuous, late-Romantic but little-known piano music including several world premiere recordings. The name of Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari (1876-1948) is now emerging from the shadow cast by his wartime collaboration with Italy’s Fascist regime. Operas such as I quattro rusteghi and I gioielli della Madonna occupy a place on the fringes of the repertoire, and Brilliant Classics have made a persuasive case for him as a composer of chamber music in a post-Brahmsian mould with the release of his piano trios (BC95624).
Free download and listen Wolf-Ferrari: The Two Piano Trios. Tracks count: 7. Views: 4. The Raphael Trio - I. Allegro molto moderato 14:19. The Raphael Trio - II.
Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari (born Ermanno Wolf) (January 12, 1876 – January 21, 1948) was an Italian composer and teacher. He is best known for his comic operas such as Il segreto di Susanna (1909). A number of his works were based on plays by Carlo Goldoni, including Le donne curiose (1903), I quatro rusteghi (1906) and Il campiello (1936). Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari was born in Venice in 1876, the son of German painter August Wolf and Emilia Ferrari, from Venice
Piano Trio No. 1 in D Major, Op. 5. 39:46. 1. I. Allegro molto moderato. Diğer Trio Arché Eserleri. Tümünü Gör. Bossi: Piano Trios. More ways to shop: Visit an Apple Store, call 1-800-MY-APPLE, or find a reseller.
|Piano Trio No.1 Op.5 In D Major|
|1||Allegro Molto Moderato||14:54|
|2||Presto - Vivace - Meno Mosso - Vivace - Presto||5:50|
|3||Larghetto (Grazioso, Molto Tranquillo) - Poco Mosso - Più Mosso (Vivace) - Larghetto||9:22|
|4||Allegro Vivace Assai - Andante Mosso - Tempo I - Andante Sostenuto - Tempo I||9:40|
|Piano Trio No.2 Op.7 In F Sharp Major|
|5||Sostenuto - Adagio - Agitato - Sostenuto - Agitato||19:27|
|7||Lievemente Mosso E Tranquillo Sempre||4:27|
- Recorded At – BartokStudio
- Composed By – Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari
- Engineer – Raffaele Cacciola
- Ensemble – Trio Archè
- Liner Notes – Umberto Berti
- Liner Notes [Translation] – Kate Singleton
- Piano – Francesco Cipolletta
- Violin – Francesco Comisso
- Violoncello – Dario Destefano
Notes12 pp. booklet (English)
Violin: Don Nicolau Amati, Bologna 1735
Violoncello: Giacinto Santagiuliana, Vicenza 1821
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5028421956244
- Label Code: LC09421