A suite of five movements for wind instrument and piano (but at the very beginning I had in mind the harpsichord…): my second, attempt in the chamber music world, mixing ancient and less ancient dances after a short prelude.
Thank you very much to Silvia Puggioni and Claudio Sanna.
This is the first performance of this piece. The same performance my mom listened to one hour later in the very last night of her earthly life. I wrote it to give her my last kiss, my last hug and to say her I love you.
Lots of thanks to the Coro “Città di Parma” for having learned and recorded this piece in a couple of hours: they know we didn’t have so much time.
During the 2019 Guidoneum Festival in Arezzo, the UT Ensemble conducted by Lorenzo Donati did a remarkable performance of this piece:
Please write me if you are interested to obtain the score.
An organ piece written for the OrganSpace festival 2019 in Stockholm (http://organspace.september.se), taking inspiration from a canzona by Girolamo Frescobaldi: same themes, same number of measures, different thinking!