Oviedo Filarmonía – Wolf-Ferrari: Orchestral Works (2010/2022) [FLAC, 24 bit, 44,1 kHz]

Oviedo Filarmonía - Wolf-Ferrari: Orchestral Works (2010/2022) [FLAC, 24 bit, 44,1 kHz] Download

Artist: Oviedo Filarmonía
Album: Wolf-Ferrari: Orchestral Works
Genre: Classical
Release Date: 2010/2022
Audio Format: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 44,1 kHz
Duration: 01:04:29
Total Tracks: 12
Total Size: 604 MB


1-1. Oviedo Filarmonía – I. In laguna (04:42)
1-2. Oviedo Filarmonía – II. Barcarola (02:28)
1-3. Oviedo Filarmonía – III. Notturno – Canali solitari (05:55)
1-4. Oviedo Filarmonía – IV. Alba di festa (04:40)
1-5. Oviedo Filarmonía – I. In excelsis (08:18)
1-6. Oviedo Filarmonía – II. Agli eroi caduti (03:44)
1-7. Oviedo Filarmonía – III. Preghiera (03:57)
1-8. Oviedo Filarmonía – I. Variazioni su un tema capriccioso (06:35)
1-9. Oviedo Filarmonía – II. Canzone pastorale (03:48)
1-10. Oviedo Filarmonía – III. Siciliana (04:23)
1-11. Oviedo Filarmonía – IV. Rondo. Finale (04:44)
1-12. Oviedo Filarmonía – Arabesken for Orchestra in E Minor, Op. 22 (11:10)

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Wolf-Ferrari is famous for his operatic works in which he invented a new idiom by transplanting 18th-century Venetian culture into the 20th century. But almost all of the composer’s orchestral music dates from his final years and occupies a different expressive realm.
The Suite veneziana resonates with melancholy, and the Triptychon is a contemplative, passionate masterpiece of orchestration. Subtle use of counterpoint transforms the Divertimento into a playful exploration of themes, while Arabesken pays tribute to an old friend, the Venetian painter Ettore Tito (1859–1941). His own elegantly simple melody, known as ‘Tito’s theme’, is turned by Wolf-Ferrari into a sequence of sumptuous orchestral variations culminating in a powerful fugue.

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