Petrassi dirige Petrassi. Partita for Orchestra: I. Gagliarda. Goffredo Petrassi (July 16, 1904 – March 3, 2003) was a leading Italian member of the second generation of modernists. I Concerti Del Quirinale Di Radio3. 12 Sep 2008 · 9 tracks.
Inni Sacri (4)~Jesu Dulcis Memoria. Petrassi Conducts Petrassi. Partita Per Pianoforte. I Concerti del Quirinale di Radio 3. 2007.
In later years, Petrassi's open musical mind and acute personality led him to experiment with different post-Webernian influences and a wide range of poetic materials, from Latin hymns to Ariosto's La follia d'Orlando and Cervantes' Ritratto di Don Chisciotte. All these influences are present in a remarkable series of eight Concerti for Orchestra which he composed between the late 1930s and the late 1970s.
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Goffredo Petrassi addressed the challenge of creating a new musical identity for himself against a largely late-Romantic background, by re-visiting the pre-Romantic past. His Partita for Orchestra consists of a Galliard, a Chaconne and a Gigue. His palette is one of rich orchestral sonority, not of pared-down austerity. Goffredo Petrassi: Partita for Orchestra RAI National Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Arturo Tamayo.
Goffredo Petrassi has been played on NTS in shows including SOS Radio w/ Sofie, featured first on 26 March 2019. Songs played include Sonata For Harp. Goffredo Petrassi has been played on NTS in shows including SOS Radio w/ Sofie, featured first on 26 March 2019.
Petrassi was born at Zagarolo not far from Rome. For his seventieth birthday Zagarolo staged a torchlight parade and a reception for its famous son. Under the influence of Casella he became an enthusiast for neo-classicism with a proclivity for driving rhythmic material. The Adagio is well worth hearing. This is full hearted neo-classicism. The contrast between the three movement First and the single span of the Second Concerto has its parallels with the differences when comparing the William Alwyn First and Second Symphonies. There is a tickling anxious undertow and the strings while better groomed than in the first concerto remain astringent. Petrassi deals in Bergian half-lights and sepia tones which flit and melt in surreal motion. However unlike Alwyn in my comparison Petrassi has learnt from Ravel in his use of pismire fanfares and insect tumult
Petrassi dirige Petrassi Goffredo Petrassi. Coro polifonico di Milano, Bruno Canino, Antonio Ballista, Eli Perrotta, Milan Angelicum Orchestra & Goffredo Petrassi. 4 Inni sacri (Version for Tenor, Baritone & Orchestra). Aldo Bertocci, Renato Cesari, Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della RAI di Torino & Goffredo Petrassi. 2. No. 1, Jesus dulcis memoria. 3. 2, Te lucis ante terminum. 4. 3, Lucis creator optime.