Mare Nostrum project

27/2/2005   TEATRO MEDITERRANEO – NAPOLI 28/2/2005   TEATRO COMUNALE – SALERNO ORCHESTRA KOINE’ – AZMEH (International Project Mare Nostrum) Marco Betta: Inno del Mediterraneo Domenico Cimarosa: Sinfonia from L’Olimpiade Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Clarinet Concerto in A major K 622 Felix Mendelssohn: Symphony n.4 “Italiana” Gioachino Rossini: Sinfonia from L’Italiana in Algeri Mare Nostrum Project La rappresentazione…

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Interview Amadeus magazine

The musical magazine “Amadeus” has published this interview in the February Issue of 2003. A CD produced by the orchestra Cosarara conducted by Giuseppe Camerlingo with the participation of soprano Cinzia Forte and mezzo-soprano Anna Bonitatibus came with the magazine. The orchestra performs Francesco Geminiani ‘s La foresta Incantata and…

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CD La Foresta Incantata

Musicista lucchese dalle alterne fortune, portentoso violinista, oggi Francesco Saverio Geminiani (1687-1762) è considerato un compositore del tutto originale, oltre che uno dei maggiori trattatisti del ‘700. Geminiani si è dedicato principalmente alla musica strumentale nel solco della tradizione del concerto grosso tracciato da Corelli e Händel. A connotare le…

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The Inchanted Forrest Booklet

The Inchanted Forrest For hundreds the Jerusalem Delivered’s story and characters by T. Tasso (1581) have stirred up not only artists and intellectuals imagination, but also people of all ranks and classes fantasy. In fact the famous poem refers to the popular tradition typical of the courtly romance in octave,…

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Recording the Inchanted Forrest

Cosarara musicians: First violins: Rossella Croce*, Corrado Lepore, Mary Riccardi, Géraldine Roux Second violins:, Sebastiano Airoldi*, Monica Pelliciari, Chiara Zanisi Altos: Gianni Maraldi*, Mauro Righini Cellos: Enrico Contini*, Fausto Solci Bass: Davide Nava Continuo: Giovanni Togni Flutes: Marcello Gatti*, Marco Brolli Bassoon: Elena Bianchi Natural Horns: Gabriele Rocchetti*, Brunello Gorla…

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