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  2. Mar 20,  · Luciano Berio Violin Works Sequenza VIII per violino solo - Due pezzi per violino e pianoforte - 34 Duetti per due violini Francesco D’Orazio, Alessandro Tampieri, violini - .
  3. Feb 22,  · rancesco D’Orazio In , the Italian National Music Critics Association awarded Francesco D’Orazio the Premio Abbati as the Best Soloist of the year. Mr. D’Orazio .
  4. Sequenza VIII for solo violin Francesco D'Orazio violin Luciano Berio conductor Orquesta de Camara Freixenet Live, Auditorium Nacional de Musica, Madrid, June Amadeus AMN November donbewoncuginarepticonnatiders.coinfo Play music.
  5. Giuseppe Tartini: The Violin Concertos, Vol. 9 (Lascia ch'io dica addio) L'Arte dell'Arco / Giovanni Guglielmo: Record Label: Lalo: Works for Violin and Piano: Luigi Alberto Bianchi: Record Label: Liver Than You'll Ever Be: Dead Boys.
  6. FRANCESCO D'ORAZIO - Violinist Francesco D'Orazio was born in Bari and was taught violin and viola by his father. Later he studied with Denes Zsigmondy at the Salzburg Mozarteum and Yair Kless at the Rubin Academy in Tel Aviv. In , the Italian National Music Critics Association awarded Francesco with the Premio Abbiati as "Best Soloist" of.
  7. Of more local interest, D’Orazio will play two movements, “Sarabanda” and “Corrente,” from a partita for solo violin written by Bay Area composer Luciano Chessa between and Other recent works will be Ivan Fedele’s second “French” suite, composed .
  8. Among his pupils, the most eminent were Marcello and Claudio Abbado, Luciano Berio, Guido Cantelli and Niccolò Castiglioni. He died in Nervi, near Genoa, in The composer was a deep lover of ancient music; he transcribed many works by such composers as Girolamo Frescobaldi, Claudio Monteverdi, and Andrea and Giovanni Gabrieli.4/5(1).

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