℗ 2015 Naxos
Released May 5, 2015
Duration 57m 03s
Record Label Naxos
Catalogue No. 8.572766
Genre Classical (Orchestral)
 

Gian Francesco Malipiero: Sinfonia degli eroi - Dai sepolcri - Ditirambo tragico

Thessaloniki State Symphony Orchestra, Amaury du Closel

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1.1
Sinfonia degli eroi (Symphony of Heroes)
Gian Francesco Malipiero; Thessaloniki State Symphony Orchestra; Amaury du Closel
17:56
1.2
Ditirambo tragico (Tragic Dithyramb)
Gian Francesco Malipiero; Thessaloniki State Symphony Orchestra; Amaury du Closel
8:04
1.3
Armenia
Gian Francesco Malipiero; Thessaloniki State Symphony Orchestra; Amaury du Closel
4:30
1.4
Grottesco (Grotesque)
Gian Francesco Malipiero; Thessaloniki State Symphony Orchestra; Amaury du Closel
8:02
1.5
Dai sepolcri (From Tombs)
Gian Francesco Malipiero; Thessaloniki State Symphony Orchestra; Amaury du Closel
18:31
Digital Booklet
Four world premiere recordings make up the bulk of this release from the Thessaloniki State Symphony Orchestra and Amaury du Closel, one volume in an orchestral music series devoted to Italian composer Gian Francesco Malipiero. Visions of heroism and death form the programme’s cornerstone, in the World War I work Ditirambo tragico and in Malipiero’s two earliest surviving pieces, Dai sepolcri and Sinfonia degli eroi. They are heard alongside the deceptively relaxed charm of Armenia, based on traditional Armenian melodies, as well as the varied, pungently Stravinskian moods of the aptly titled Grottesco.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters

Recorded in Aristotle University Concert Hall, Thessaloniki, Greece, 25th-30th June and 2nd-3rd July 2012 Producer and Editor: Martin Nagorni Engineer: Fabian Frank Booklet notes: David Gallagher Release editor: Peter Bromley Cover Photo: Hero marble, Costantino Conti (Milan) Publishers: Editions Salabert (3); Chester Music, London (2, 4); Performing editions by the T.S.S.O. from manuscript sources kindly provided by the Archivio Gian Francesco Malipiero, Fondazione Giorgio Cini, Venice, Italy (1 and 5)
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-3.73
-9.02 to 0.00
-28.69
-34.44 to -24.02
-24.38
-29.20 to -19.70
15
14 to 16
1
Sinfonia degli eroi (Symphony of Heroes)
-1.07-26.62-22.615
2
Ditirambo tragico (Tragic Dithyramb)
0.00-24.02-19.714
3
Armenia
-8.11-34.44-29.214
4
Grottesco (Grotesque)
-9.02-31.54-28.515
5
Dai sepolcri (From Tombs)
-0.44-26.81-21.916

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