℗ 2018 Naxos
Released February 9, 2018
Duration 57m 13s
Record Label Naxos
Genre Classical (Piano)
 

Togni: Complete Piano Music, Vol. 4

Aldo Orvieto

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Piano Suite, Op. 14a  
1.1
I. Bourrée
Camillo Togni; Aldo Orvieto
1:09
1.2
II. Pavana
Camillo Togni; Aldo Orvieto
1:11
1.3
III. Furlana
Camillo Togni; Aldo Orvieto
0:42
1.4
IV. Quasi minuetto
Camillo Togni; Aldo Orvieto
0:59
1.5
V. Allemanda
Camillo Togni; Aldo Orvieto
1:22
1.6
VI. Pastorale
Camillo Togni; Aldo Orvieto
2:17
1.7
VII. Ciaccona
Camillo Togni; Aldo Orvieto
2:05
1.8
VIII. Valzer
Camillo Togni; Aldo Orvieto
1:53
Serenata No. 2, Op. 11  
1.9
I. Andantino
Camillo Togni; Aldo Orvieto
8:16
1.10
II. Adagio assai
Camillo Togni; Aldo Orvieto
1:45
1.11
III. Moderatamente mosso
Camillo Togni; Aldo Orvieto
2:38
1.12
IV. Serenata. Largo
Camillo Togni; Aldo Orvieto
5:21
Pezzi per pianoforte, Op. 22  
1.13
I. Allegretto
Camillo Togni; Aldo Orvieto
0:56
1.14
II. —
Camillo Togni; Aldo Orvieto
2:17
1.15
III. Andante
Camillo Togni; Aldo Orvieto
0:48
1.16
IV. —
Camillo Togni; Aldo Orvieto
1:22
1.17
Serenata No. 4, Op. 15
Camillo Togni; Aldo Orvieto
8:14
1.18
Serenata No. 5, Op. 18
Camillo Togni; Aldo Orvieto
12:06
1.19
Valzer ad usum Lyæ
Camillo Togni; Aldo Orvieto
1:52
Digital Booklet
"Orvieto's mastery of his instrument was awesome." - Matthew Connolly Times "Aldo Orvieto's accompaniments are very strong." - Fanfare Composer Camillo Togni synthesized chromaticism and atonal techniques in his various piano compositions. Pianist, Aldo Orvieto pays tribute to Togni's musical style in this new album. Listeners can hear the complexity and elegance of these lesser-known works through Orvieto's dedication to Togni's original musical intentions.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-5.37
-18.87 to -0.02
-29.27
-38.90 to -22.38
-25.58
-35.40 to -19.20
14
11 to 18
1
I. Bourrée
-3.18-26.04-22.115
2
II. Pavana
-18.87-38.90-35.412
3
III. Furlana
-5.93-25.58-22.112
4
IV. Quasi minuetto
-15.99-37.98-34.511
5
V. Allemanda
-5.07-28.05-24.812
6
VI. Pastorale
-9.14-31.48-27.912
7
VII. Ciaccona
-3.50-26.28-22.515
8
VIII. Valzer
-4.71-25.52-22.412
9
I. Andantino
-0.02-30.01-25.818
10
II. Adagio assai
-3.40-35.87-30.618
11
III. Moderatamente mosso
-3.88-24.68-20.813
12
IV. Serenata. Largo
-5.41-32.67-29.018
13
I. Allegretto
-8.36-28.21-24.812
14
II. —
-4.45-27.76-24.015
15
III. Andante
-5.59-31.44-28.512
16
IV. —
-0.43-22.38-19.212
17
Serenata No. 4, Op. 15
-0.85-26.83-22.916
18
Serenata No. 5, Op. 18
-0.02-27.89-23.418
19
Valzer ad usum Lyæ
-3.28-28.59-25.315

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