Dallapiccola


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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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Castori M, Sinibaldi L, Mingarelli R, Lachman RS, Rimoin DL, Dallapiccola B.
He also had close connections with several musicians of his time, including Alfredo Casella, Luigi Dallapiccola, and Luigi Nono, among others (1).
Valente, brancati, and dallapiccola proposed a clinical classification of JS in which molar tooth sign was consider as obligatory criteria and hypotonia, developmental delay, ataxia, abnormal eye movements were considered as primary criteria.
Luigi Dallapiccola (1), Jonathan Dove (1), Osvaldo Golijov (1), Paul Hindemith (6), Kaija Saariaho (1), and Toru Takemitsu (1), among others.
Giannotti A, Tiberio G, Castro M, Virgilii F, Colistro F, Ferretti F, Digilio MC, Gambarara M, Dallapiccola B.
Ahlquist T, Bottillo I, Danielsen SA, Meling GI, Rognum TO, Lind GE, Dallapiccola B, Lothe RA RAS signaling in colorectal carcinomas through alteration of RAS, RAF, NF1, and/or RASSF1A.
Earle B (2013) Luigi Dallapiccola and Music Modernism in Fascist Italy.
Witness La Flora, and the realizations of Dallapiccola and John Paton.
The genre of radio opera is not a large one, but it has over the years attracted some prominent names, including Jacques Ibert, Luigi Dallapiccola, Hans Werner Henze and Gian Carlo Menotti (his The Old Maid and The Thief started out as a radio piece).
Marino B, Digilio MC, Toscano A, Anaclerio S, Giannotti A, Feltri C, de Ioris MA, Angioni A, Dallapiccola B.
Los dos ultimos capitulos constituyen: un Apendice (XVIII) dedicado a la opera Ulises de Luigi Dallapiccola (1968) y el XIX, la Bibliografia y fuentes.