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Forlivesi: Compositions / Various


Release Date: 05/03/2019 
Label:  Tactus   Catalog #: TC970601  
Composer:  Carlo ForlivesiAnonymousCharles Ives
Performer:  Carlo ForlivesiYosuke IrieNorio SatoAyako Shigenari,   ... 
Conductor:  Carlo ForlivesiNacho de Paz
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Kyoto Symphony OrchestraInternational Ensemble Modern Academy
Number of Discs: 1 
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Notes and Editorial Reviews

The internationally acclaimed young composer Carlo Forlivesi moves in a geographical and temporal space led by electronic, orchestral, chamber music and ethnic instruments, digging the past of the ancient Latin hymns, Bach and Haydn, and exploring a traditional culture completely different and far from ours. Forlivesi was born in Faenza, Emilia-Romagna. He studied at Bologna Conservatory, Milan Conservatory and the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia of Rome. He then joined IRCAM (Institute de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique/Musique) and subsequently DIEM (Danish Institute of Electroacoustic Music), Tokyo College of Music, and Northwestern University, with fellowships from the governments of Italy, Denmark, Japan, and the United Read more States (Fulbright Commission). His activity has mainly focused on new music in Europe, the United States, and Japan. Forlivesi has conducted extensive research in the field of traditional Japanese music and dance including the ethnic music of the Ainu. Beside contemporary music, he cultivates a particular interest in early music, which he studied and performed for several years. Read less

Works on This Recording

1.
Elements by Carlo Forlivesi
Performer:  Carlo Forlivesi (Computer)
Period: Contemporary 
2.
Through the Looking-Glass by Carlo Forlivesi
Performer:  Carlo Forlivesi (Computer)
Period: Contemporary 
3.
Ugetsu by Carlo Forlivesi
Performer:  Yosuke Irie (Shakuhachi), Norio Sato (Guitar)
Period: Contemporary 
4.
En la soledat i el silenci by Carlo Forlivesi
Performer:  Norio Sato (Guitar), Ayako Shigenari (Koto)
Period: Contemporary 
5.
Nuove Musiche per Biwa: IV. Silenziosa luna by Carlo Forlivesi
Performer:  Kumiko Shuto (Voice), Kumiko Shuto (Biwa), Yukio Tanaka (Biwa)
Period: Contemporary 
6.
2 Ornaments by Carlo Forlivesi
Performer:  Joshua Whitman (Trombone), Saira Frank (Soprano), Miloro Vagnini (Trumpet),
Carlo Forlivesi (Organ)
Conductor:  Carlo Forlivesi
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Kyoto Symphony Orchestra
Period: Contemporary 
7.
Rosenleben I by Carlo Forlivesi
Performer:  Samuel Dunscombe (Clarinet), Judith Hamann (Cello), James Rushford (Piano)
Period: Contemporary 
8.
Rosenleben II by Carlo Forlivesi
Performer:  Lluisa Espigolé (Piano), Ingólfur Vilhjálmsson (Clarinet), Lolla Petrovitsch (Viola)
Conductor:  Nacho de Paz
Orchestra/Ensemble:  International Ensemble Modern Academy
Period: Contemporary 
9.
La Pointe ŕ La Droite du Cœur by Carlo Forlivesi
Performer:  Satoshi Inagaki (Piano)
Period: Contemporary 
10.
Novissimi Mottetti: Spem in Alium by Carlo Forlivesi
Performer:  Saira Frank (Soprano)
Period: Contemporary 
11.
3 Canti per un misterioso amore: No. 3. Petite pričre by Carlo Forlivesi
Performer:  Luigi Zardi (Trumpet), Eva Macaggi (Soprano), Bettina Leitner (Organ)
Period: Contemporary 
12.
Novissimi Mottetti: Audivi Vocem by Carlo Forlivesi
Performer:  Saira Frank (Soprano)
Period: Contemporary 
13.
Faenza Codex: Ave maris stella by Anonymous
Performer:  Joshua Whitman (Trombone), Saira Frank (Soprano), Miloro Vagnini (Trumpet),
Carlo Forlivesi (Organ)
Period: Medieval 
Written: circa 1420 
Notes: arr. Carlo Forlivesi 
14.
Llibre Vermell de Montserrat: Stella splendens by Anonymous
Performer:  Joshua Whitman (Trombone), Saira Frank (Soprano), Miloro Vagnini (Trumpet),
Carlo Forlivesi (Organ)
Period: Medieval 
Written: 14th Century; Spain 
Notes: arr. Carlo Forlivesi 
15.
The Unanswered Question by Charles Ives
Performer:  Luigi Zardi (Trumpet), Carlo Forlivesi (Organ), Bettina Leitner (Organ)
Period: 20th Century 
Notes: arr. Carlo Forlivesi for trumpet and 2 organs 

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