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Label: Naxos

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Vocal

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  • Giovanni Salviucci (1907 - 1937): Serenade for 9 Instruments:
  • 1Serenade for 9 Instruments: I. Allegro molto05:08
  • 2Serenade for 9 Instruments: II. Canzone. Andantino06:08
  • 3Serenade for 9 Instruments: III. Allegro05:22
  • Salmo di David:
  • 4Salmo di David04:45
  • String Quartet in C Major:
  • 5String Quartet in C Major: I. Allegro moderato08:31
  • 6String Quartet in C Major: II. Adagio molto06:48
  • 7String Quartet in C Major: III. Allegro vivace05:56
  • 6 Pieces for Violin & Piano:
  • 86 Pieces for Violin & Piano: No. 1, Alle nozze. Andante maestoso01:59
  • 96 Pieces for Violin & Piano: No. 2, Elegia. Adagio03:06
  • 106 Pieces for Violin & Piano: No. 3, Preghiera. Adagietto02:27
  • 116 Pieces for Violin & Piano: No. 4, Alla festa. Allegro02:39
  • 126 Pieces for Violin & Piano: No. 5, Meditatione. Adagio03:05
  • 136 Pieces for Violin & Piano: No. 6, Arioso. Largo02:15
  • Adagio for Cello & Piano:
  • 14Adagio for Cello & Piano (Nostalgic Thought)02:58
  • Chamber Symphony for 17 Instruments:
  • 15Chamber Symphony for 17 Instruments: I. Allegro07:25
  • 16Chamber Symphony for 17 Instruments: II. Adagio05:15
  • 17Chamber Symphony for 17 Instruments: III. Allegretto vivace02:56
  • 18Chamber Symphony for 17 Instruments: IV. Allegro05:47
  • Total Runtime01:22:30

Info for Salviucci: Chamber Works

In the interwar period, Giovanni Salviucci was recognised as one of Italy’s most talented composers alongside Luigi Dallapiccola and Goffredo Petrassi but his early successes and all future hopes were quashed by his untimely death in 1937. The Serenade for 9 Instruments, at times rhythmically restless, at others tender and cantabile, and the angular, harmonically daring, neo-Classical Chamber Symphony for 17 Instruments, are two of his most forward-looking compositions. The unpublished String Quartet, at the heart of which lies an Adagio molto of extraordinary emotional impact, is a true gem. This release of the complete published chamber music stands as a vibrant testament to a future curtailed of a composer described by Petrassi in a letter to Casella, Salviucci’s teacher and mentor, as ‘il migliore di noi tutti’ (‘the best of us all’).

Sabina von Walther, soprano
Ensemble Überbrettl
Pierpaolo Maurizzi, piano, conductor

Sabina von Walther
Born in Italy in 1968. In 1988 diploma in transverse flute at the Conservatory in Boze. Voice students at the Musikhochschule Wien with Helena Lazarska. Participation in the master classes for lied given by Kammermusiksänger Walter Berry and in the opera class of Bülter-Marell. In 1993 1st prize as well as „Erik-Werba“-Gedenkpreis at „Jugend musiziert“ in Leoben. In 1995 Pamina in Mozart’s „Zauberflöte“ with the Wiener Kammer-Orchester. In 1996 Poppea in Monteverdi’s „L’ Incoronazione di Poppea“ at the Schloßtheater Schönbrunn. CD-recordings.

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