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Respighi: La Primavera, La pentola magica, etc / Adriano, Slovak Radio SO, et al

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> La primavera, P. 136 - Invocazione
> La primavera, P. 136 - Le voci delle brezze, delle acque e dei fiori
> La primavera, P. 136 - I desideri del giovane
> La primavera, P. 136 - Le rimembranze del vecchio
> La primavera, P. 136 - Fanciulle estasiate - Fantasticheria di Sirvard
> La primavera, P. 136 - L'incontro del giovine con Sirvard
> La primavera, P. 136 - Inno di Primavera
> 4 Liriche su parole di poeti armeni, P. 132 (arr. Adriano) - No, non e morto il figlio tuo
> 4 Liriche su parole di poeti armeni, P. 132 (arr. Adriano) - La mamma e come il pane caldo
> 4 Liriche su parole di poeti armeni, P. 132 (arr. Adriano) - Io sono la Madre
> 4 Liriche su parole di poeti armeni, P. 132 (arr. Adriano) - Mattino di luce
> La pentola magica, P. 129 - Preludio
> La pentola magica, P. 129 - Canzone armena - Danza
> La pentola magica, P. 129 - Entrata dello Tzar coi fidanzati
> La pentola magica, P. 129 - Scena dello Tzarewich
> La pentola magica, P. 129 - Danza degli arcieri tartari
> La pentola magica, P. 129 - Introduzione e danza Horowod
> La pentola magica, P. 129 - Danza cosacca
> La pentola magica, P. 129 - Danza della seduzione
> La pentola magica, P. 129 - Scena dei baci e arrivo dello Tzar
> La pentola magica, P. 129 - Finale

Album Summary

>Respighi, Ottorino : La primavera, for voices, chorus, orchestra & organ, P. 136
>Respighi, Ottorino : Liriche su parole di poeti armeni, songs (4) for voice & piano, P. 132
>Respighi, Ottorino : La pentola magica, ballet on Russian melodies, P. 129
Performers Conductor Ensemble Composer

Notes & Reviews:

Respighi's reputation depends largely on his symphonic poems whose bold use of orchestral colour derived from Rimsky-Korsakov's example. His rarely heard ballet 'La pentola magica' (The Magic Pot) pays tribute to other Russian composers including Arensky, Grechaninov, Pachulsky, Rebikov and Rubinstein. His triumphant cantata 'La Primavera' (Spring) was based on Constant Zarian's adaptations of ancient Armenian poetry, while the song cycle 'Quattro liriche su poesie popolari armene' uses archaic church modes and a quasi-Armenian ensemble to create an exotic religious mood.



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>Respighi, Ottorino : La primavera, for voices, chorus, orchestra & organ, P. 136
  • Performers: Richard Haan (Baritone); Miroslav Dvorsky (Tenor); Vladimir Kubovcik (Bass); Beata Geriov; Vera Raskova (Flute); Jana Valaskova; Henrietta Lednarova
  • Conductor: Adriano
  • Ensemble: Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra
  • Notes: Slovak Radio Concert Hall, Bratislava, Slovakia (01/04/1994-01/09/1994)
  • Running Time: 43 min. 33 sec.
  • Period Time: Post Romantic
  • Written: 1922

>Respighi, Ottorino : Liriche su parole di poeti armeni, songs (4) for voice & piano, P. 132
  • Performers: Michal Sintal (Oboe); Denisa Slepkovska (Voice); Gabriel Koncer (Clarinet); Vladimír Havran (Flute); Katarina Vavrekova (Harp); Ivan Viskup; Frantisek Kovács (Trombone); Ivan Paulicka (Bassoon)
  • Conductor: Adriano
  • Ensemble: Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra
  • Notes: Slovak Radio Concert Hall, Bratislava, Slovakia (01/04/1994-01/09/1994)
  • Running Time: 8 min. 29 sec.
  • Period Time: Post Romantic
  • Written: 1921

>Respighi, Ottorino : La pentola magica, ballet on Russian melodies, P. 129
  • Conductor: Adriano
  • Ensemble: Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra
  • Notes: Slovak Radio Concert Hall, Bratislava, Slovakia (11/04/1991-11/09/1991)
  • Running Time: 23 min. 9 sec.
  • Period Time: Post Romantic
  • Form: Ballet
  • Written: 1920