- Marco Dionette (Bassoon)
- Paolo Fratini (Flute)
- Paolo Marchettini (Clarinet)
- Oscar Pizzo (Piano)
- Paolo Ravaglia (Clarinet)
- Stefano Lucentini (Oboe)
- Stefano Mastrangelo (Horn)
- Sonia Turchetta (Mezzo Soprano)
- Manuel Zurria (Flute)
Notes & Reviews:
This is the first installment in a trilogy of Stradivarius recordings devoted to Sciarrino, with the composer himself as artistic director. This first volume, 'Breath', is focused on chamber music for wind instruments. Sciarrino is perhaps the first composer who used sound as a living organism. His music begins at the very limits of the imperceptible, where physiology and silence emerge. In this, we rediscover spaces of nature, daily noises and the miracle of the human voice.
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Sciarrino: Aspern Suite / Ceccanti, Rigacci, et al
Ivan Fedele: Mosaique
Romitelli: Audiodrome, EnTrance, etc / Rundel, MIchel-Dansac
Solbiati: Sinfonia seconda, Die Sterne des Leidlands, etc
Castiglioni: Inverno In-Ver, Quodlibet, etc/ Gelmetti, et al
Javier Torres Maldonado: Exabrupto / Lorraine Vaillancourt
Works DetailsSciarrino, Salvatore : Fiato, for voice, winds & piano
- Performers: Marco Dionette (Bassoon); Paolo Fratini (Flute); Paolo Marchettini (Clarinet); Oscar Pizzo (Piano); Paolo Ravaglia (Clarinet); Stefano Lucentini (Oboe); Stefano Mastrangelo (Horn); Sonia Turchetta (Mezzo Soprano); Manuel Zurria (Flute)
- Ensemble: Alter Ego (Italy)
- Notes: Teatro Ghione - Opera Paese (Roma); Studio Exit (01/03/2003-05/17/2003)
- Running Time: 6 min. 46 sec.
- Period Time: Contemporary