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Dallapiccola

(Italian dallaˈpikkola)
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(Biography) Luigi (luˈiːdʒi). 1904–75, Italian composer of twelve-tone music. His works include the opera Il Prigioniero (1944–48) and the ballet Marsia (1948)
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He also had close connections with several musicians of his time, including Alfredo Casella, Luigi Dallapiccola, and Luigi Nono, among others (1).
Luigi Dallapiccola (1), Jonathan Dove (1), Osvaldo Golijov (1), Paul Hindemith (6), Kaija Saariaho (1), and Toru Takemitsu (1), among others.
Los dos ultimos capitulos constituyen: un Apendice (XVIII) dedicado a la opera Ulises de Luigi Dallapiccola (1968) y el XIX, la Bibliografia y fuentes.
Luigi Dallapiccola arguyo con maledicencia que "no habia compuesto 600 conciertos sino uno solo que habia repetido 600 veces".
The late Italian composer Luigi Dallapiccola (1904-1975), wrote several operas and a substantial number of works for the human voice both solo and in choral productions.
Luigi Dallapiccola, the Italian composer who died in 1975, at the age of 71, was not at the top of my list, but I have to say that this second volume of his work opens with an early Partita from 1930 which I found very acceptable, as I did four Lyrics of Machado, despite their dating, from after his 12-tone conversion.
Harvard and Yale educated, and living in Europe on grants to study with Elliott Carter, Luigi Dallapiccola, and Luigi Nono, among others, the core members of MEV were trained at the peak of modernism.
The concert also includes music by Benjamin himself, Luigi Dallapiccola and Oliver Knussen (box office 0121 767 4050).
he studied with composers Arnold Schoenberg, Roger Sessions and Luigi Dallapiccola and was writing chamber music and teaching piano when director Elia Kazan invited him to compose the score for "East of Eden" in 1954.
of London, UK) examines the literary influences on five vocal compositions from 1960-71 written by Italian composers of the twentieth century: Luigi Dallapiccola, Bruno Maderna, Luciano Berio, Giacomo Manzoni, and Armando Gentilucci.
It is unnecessary to list all the powerful works written in the 20th century using varying degrees of modernist strategies by Schonberg, Alban Berg, Karl Amadeus Hartmann, Olivier Messiaen, Henri Dutilleux, Luigi Dallapiccola, Elliott Carter, and even the recently departed George Rochberg.
LUIGI DALLAPICCOLA (1904-1975) was an eminent Italian composer, who needs no introduction to the readers of Perspectives of New Music.