Ottorino Respighi

Ottorino Respighi (* 9. July 1879 in Bologna, † 18. April 1936 in Rome) was an Italian composer. It is considered as prominent representatives of the newer Italian instrument valley music.

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of musicals in Bologna violin and Viola as well as composition studied 3 Web on the left of [ work on ] biography Respighi with Luigi Torchi and Giuseppe Martucci, later then with Nikolai Rimski Korsakow in Moscow and max break in Berlin; of 1908 -1909 he worked as a pianist in a singing school in Berlin.

1913 became Respighi the professor at the Conservatorio the S. Cecilia in Rome appoint, whose line it of 1924 - 1926 took over. 1919 heiratete er eine seiner Schülerinnen, Elsa Olivieri Sangiacomo.

works

opera

  • Rè Enzo (1905)
  • Semirama (1910)
  • La bella addormentata nel bosco (1922)
  • Belfagor (1923)
  • La campana sommersa (dt. The sunk bell; 1927)
  • Maria Egiziaca (1932)
  • La fiamma (dt. The flame; 1934)
  • Lucrezia - 1. Act (completes from his Mrs. ElsaOlivieri Respighi) (1937)

Sinfoni seal

  • Le fontane di Roma (dt. The wells of Rome; 1916)
  • I pini di Roma (dt. The Pinien of Rome; 1924)
  • Firm one of novels (dt. Roman celebrations; 1928)
  • Gli uccelli (dt. The birds; 1927)
  • Impressioni brasiliane (dt. Brazilian Impressionen; 1927)
  • Trittico Botticelliano (dt. Three pictures of Botticelli; 1927)
  • Vetrate di Chiesa (dt. Kirchenfenster; 1927)

other

  • Christ, Biblical Kantate (1900)
  • piano concert in A-moll (1902)
  • Burleske in D-moll for piano and orchestra (1906)
  • Pastoralefor violin and strike ago ensemble (1908)
  • Sinfonia drammatica (1914)
  • three Suiten from Antiche Danze OD air (dt. Old ways and dances; 1917, 1924 and 1931)
  • La fashion shop fantasque (1919)
  • Concerto gregoriano for violin and orchestra (1921)
  • Concerto all'antica for violin and orchestra (1923)
  • Rossiniana,Orchestersuite (1925)
  • Toccata (1928)
  • Metamorphoseon, modes XII (1930)
  • Concerto A cinque for oboe, trumpet, violin, retort bass, piano and strike ago ensemble (1933)
  • Klavierquintett f-moll
  • caper quartet D major
  • Suite for organ and strike ago
  • organ music
  • of songs
  • ballet
  • working on of works of old masters (Johann Sebastian brook among other things), e.g. the Passacagliain C-moll on a collecting main of J. S. Brook (1930)


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