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Camillo Togni: Complete Piano Music, Vol. 3 - Serenatas Nos. 3, 6 and 7 - Sonatina, Op. 26 - Omaggio a Bach - Tre Fantasie Scherzose

Aldo Orvieto, Fausto Bongelli

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"... (I find the music of Togni) to be compelling and even beautiful. Orvieto plays it with gusto and dedication, as well as delicacy when called for."
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Serenata No. 3, Op. 13
Camillo Togni; Aldo Orvieto
Serenata No. 6, Op. 19a
Camillo Togni; Aldo Orvieto
Serenata No. 7, Op. 20
Camillo Togni; Aldo Orvieto
Sonatina, Op. 26  
I. Sostenuto e marcato
Camillo Togni; Aldo Orvieto
II. Intermezzo I
Camillo Togni; Aldo Orvieto
III. Intermezzo II
Camillo Togni; Aldo Orvieto
Omaggio a Bach, Op. 32  
I. Grave
Camillo Togni; Aldo Orvieto; Fausto Bongelli
II. Canone
Camillo Togni; Aldo Orvieto; Fausto Bongelli
III. Tema e sei Variazioni
Camillo Togni; Aldo Orvieto; Fausto Bongelli
Lyric Suite  
I. Allegretto gioviale (arr. by C. Togni for piano 4 hands)
Alban Berg; Camillo Togni; Aldo Orvieto; Fausto Bongelli
Tre Fantasie scherzose (Parafrasi di musica leggera)  
No. 1. —
Camillo Togni; Aldo Orvieto
No. 2. —
Camillo Togni; Aldo Orvieto
No. 3. —
Camillo Togni; Aldo Orvieto
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    61:11
Pianist Aldo Orvieto continues his series dedicated to Italian composer Camillo Togni with this third volume, containing several world premieres. A student of legendary pianist Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli, Togni also studied composition under Alfredo Casella, going on to become one of Italy’s most progressive and multifaceted composers of the latter half of the 20th century. Orvieto released the previous two volumes in this highly praised series in 2013 and 2014; for the first time in the cycle, Orvieto is joined by second pianist Fausto Bongelli on some pieces.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM –  Naxos Studio Masters

Track 1 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM

Tracks 1-6: Recorded at the Sala degli Arazzi, Fondazione Giorgio Cini, Venice, Italy, 24th-25th June 2015 Tracks 7-#: Recorded at the Fazioli Concert Hall, Sacile, Pordenone, Italy, 30th July 2014
Producer: Aldo Orvieto
Engineer and Editing: Matteo Costa
Pianos: Fazioli F278
Booklet notes: Daniela Cima
Cover: Paolo Zeccara

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