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Extractions: È risultato vincitore di numerosi concorsi nazionali ed internazionali: 1989 e 1990 Rassegna Nazionale di Vittorio Veneto (II° premio),1990 ''Città di Macerata'' (I° premio), 1993 Sannicandro Garganico (I° premio), 1993: Città di Tortona (II° premio), 1994 ''A. Postacchini'' di Fermo (I° assoluto), 1999 Concorso Nazionale Giovani Musicisti "Napolinova" (I° assoluto) e Premio Speciale "Giovani Talenti" nel Concorso Internazionale "Riviera del Conero".
IL QUARTETTO "PAGANINI CONSORT" PAGANINI CONSORT, sito ufficiale del Quartetto Paganini Consort, composto da franco mezzena, Marcello Defant Walter Vestidello e Massimo Scattolin franco mezzena (violinist), well known for is many recordings, which received several prizes, and holder of prestigious http://www.scattolin.org/inglese/EN_Paganini_Consort.htm
Extractions: Paganini Consort The Paganini Consort was created in 1995, sponsored by the Teatro Comunale of Trevis0 and by Asolo Musica. Its main aim is to rediscover and philologically interpret works of musicians belonging to Nicolò Paganini's (1782-1840) historical period. It is constituted by internationally successfully elements: Franco MEZZENA violinist ), well known for is many recordings, which received several prizes, and holder of prestigious specialisation coursers in Europe, among which we can remember the Accademia Musicale Pescarese Marcello DEFANT violist often requested as principal viola in such orchestras as Accademia di S. Cecilia in Rome and Teatro Comunale di Bologna, a sought after soloist and chamber music player Walter VESTIDELLO cellist ), versatile performer and founder of the "Sonatori de la Gioiosa Marca" Massimo SCATTOLIN guitarist ), eminent solist, the only Italian guitarist to hold a master at the
Violinandviola - String Resources For The Uk , Biographical information and other details about the famousItalian concert violinist. Contact Details. Contact Name, franco mezzena. http://www.jimpixsearch.co.uk/v/p/index.asp?itemID=45
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Extractions: Soloists Judith Ingolfsson - Scotland official website of this award winning violinist... Juliet Jopling - London Classical chamber musician and soloist. Performed in venues such as the Wig... Corrado Canonici - London Robert Griffiths - London Orchestral Experience BBC Philharmonic Orchestra I auditioned... jamesphutton - North-West member of RLPO since 1981: also freelance with welsh national opera, BBC ph... Ant Johnson - South-West Weddings. Bistros. Outdoor festivals. Pubs etc. South-West. Occ. overseas.... Clive Raymond - Wales Pianist / Cellist available for most solo or ensemble work, weddings, etc.... Deryn - South-East I am a versatile classically trained cellist with extensive orchestral, cha...
The World Violinist Links (Page 2 (K-Q)) mezzena, franco ( ) Italy franco mezzena Official site with biography, repertoire,discography Midori Yes, I do have a favorite violinist - Her name is MIDORI http://www2.osk.3web.ne.jp/~wistaria/violinists2.htm
Extractions: Other Violinist Links K Kagan, Oleg (1946 - Jul 15/1990) Latvia/Russia Kaler, Ilya (1963 - ) Russia Ilya Kaler Kameda, Koh-Gabiriel (Jan/1975 - ) Germany-Japan Kang, Dong-Suk (Apr 28/1954 - ) Korea/USA Kantorow, Jean-Jacques (Oct/1945 - ) France Karvay, Dalibor (1985 - ) Slovakia Kashimoto, Daishin (Mar 27/1979 - ) Japan Daishin Kashimoto Daishin Kashimoto Fan Page Kashimoto Daishin Concert information and BBS by N.M. (
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Archivio Dynamic 2 - Anno 2000 Fine, as usual, is the interpretation of franco mezzena, by now one of the CD featuressome of the piano works dedicated to the Genoese violinist, some of http://www.radiotorregenova.it/musica/dynamic/02.html
Extractions: Complete Violin Concertos (Vol. 8) - Concerto No. 25 in A Major G124 / W25 - Concerto No. 26 in B flat Major G121 / W26 - Concerto No. 10 in B flat Major G56 / W10 - Symphonia Perusina - Franco Mezzena, violin and conductor - First recording - This eighth volume of Viotti's Violin Concertos features three very fine and rarely performed works, which further enable us to widen our knowledge of this composer's versatile artistry. The Concertos Nos. 25 and 26 (composed in 1792/97) are very lyrical works characterised by wonderful melodic invention. The Concerto No.10, composed in Paris in 1783/86, is a more exuberant and virtuoso composition, rich in brilliant and imaginative instrumental passages. Fine, as usual, is the interpretation of Franco Mezzena, by now one of the greatest specialists of Viotti's violin output. - CDS 364 DDD Quartetto dorico Quartetto in re minore Andrea Vio, violin - Alberto Battiston, violin - Luca Morassutti, viola - Angelo Zanin, cello - Ottorino Respighi is mostly renowned for his wonderful orchestral compositions, which are part of the permanent repertoire of all great conductors. However, he also wrote chamber music, some of which is very fascinating. Respighi composed his Quartetto dorico in 1924, inspired by ancient Gregorian modes, of which he was a keen scholar; the result was this brilliant and atypical work, in one ample movement. The CD also features his Quartetto in Re minore, composed by Respighi in 1909. After their successful recording of the Quartets by Gian Francesco Malipiero, the Quartetto di Venezia thus continue their work of rediscovery of Italian 20th-century music. -
Archivio Dynamic 1 - Anno 2000 dedicated to Hélène JourdanMorhange) - franco mezzena, violin - Bruno mezzena,piano - In the and rhythmic invention, leaving the violinist the minor http://www.radiotorregenova.it/musica/dynamic/01.html
Extractions: DYNAMIC CLASSICAL RECORDS - Italy NEWS 07/2000 THE VIOLIN CONCERTOS played on Paganini's violin (Vol. 1) - Concerto No. 1 in E flat Major - Concerto No. 2 in B minor "La Campanella". Orchestra del Teatro Carlo Felice di Genova - Massimo Quarta, soloist and conductor - (Massimo Quarta plays Paganini’s 1742 Guarneri "del Gesù") - For the first time these works have been recorded using Paganini's own violin The First Concerto , in particular, has been recorded for the first time in the original tonality of E flat Major , with the violin uptuned by half a tone, in accordance with Paganini's autograph. With this project, which offers the listener the six concertos exactly as the Genoese composer conceived and wrote them , Dynamic wants to pay a homage to one of the most significant figures in the history of 19th-century Italian violin music, providing music lovers with a series of recordings that are not only valuable for their high artistic quality but also for their documentary importance. - Our soloist, Massimo Quarta , was a pupil of Salvatore Accardo and the winner, in 1991, of the prestigious Paganini International Violin Competition, when he first revealed just how close to the composer's spirit his interpretation of Paganini is.
All Things Strings: Reviews violinist Josef Suk needs little introduction to Strings readers, but the composerof his recent twodisc set Works for franco and Bruno mezzenas disc http://www.stringsmagazine.com/issues/strings96/reviews.html
Extractions: In general, stick to the major record labels if you want interpretations by great artists of the core repertoire; investigate the smaller labels if youre interested in lesser-known works. Theres no clearer demonstration of this than the clutch of 20th-century music CDs that recently came my way for review. Listening to them confirmed a number of things in my mind: first, that theres an extraordinary wealth of music out there to explore; second, that CDs give todays composers and instrumentalists unprecedented opportunities for self-promotion; and last, that the term "20th-century music" incorporates such a variety of styles as to be virtually meaningless. Simplest musical forces first: solo recital discs. In the refreshingly direct booklet note for his CD
Music Discographies PERFORMER(S) franco mezzena, violin ; Bruno mezzena, piano. Spencer, flutist ;Laura Flax, clarinetist ; Joel Lester, violinist ; Andre Emelianoff http://libweb.uoregon.edu/music/womdiscot.html
Extractions: WOMEN COMPOSERS' MUSIC T Index of Performers Ta Th Ti To ... Tu *Arabesque. [For clarinet] Walsingham Classics WAL 8017-2 CD DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX3002 *Arabesque. Roncorp EMS 025 DOUGLASS CASSETTE 1300 M Turnabout TV 34754 DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 4165 Chansons francaise. Spectrum SR 147 DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 4283 Chansons francaise. Cambridge CRS 2777 DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 4493 Deutsche Grammophon 2543806 DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 4509 Galaxia GAL 4 DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 4314 L'eventail de Jeanne. Chandos CHAN 8356 DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX 219 Les Maries de la Tour Eiffel. Chandos CHAN 8356 DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX 219 Ouverture. (For band) Mark MC 20409 DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 7126 Partita, perpetuum mobile. Musical Heritage 4236 DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 4688 Leonarda LPI 104 DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 4157 Quartet, strings. Gemini Hall 1010 DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds A922 Siciliana. (For piano) Turnabout TV 34685 DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 3863 *Sonata, harp. Everest 3144 DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds A345 Northeastern NR 222-C DOUGLASS CASSETTE 1381 M Vox SVBX 5112 DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds A1183 Works for violin and piano.
Records International Catalogue July 2000 Sammons was arguably The English Kreisler , the finest violinist of his generationand, like Kreisler, composer franco mezzena (violin), Bruno mezzena (piano http://www.recordsinternational.com/RICatalogJul00.html
Extractions: Home January 2001 January 2000 January 1999 ... December 1997 Morton Gould: American Ballads Foster Gallery ALEXANDRE TANSMAN (1897-1986): Sinfonietta No. 1, Divertimento, Sinfonia piccola, Sinfonietta No. 2. Although born in Poland, Tansman lived a cosmopolitan life and his music was most influenced by Ravel, Les Six and Stravinsky and there are similarities to Martinu in some of the works recorded here. The two sinfoniettas practically bracket his entire career, dating from 1924 and 1979 respectively and like the other two pieces (from 1944 and 1952), demonstrate his personal characteristics of rich melodic invention, a warmth and sentiment in his lyrical slow movements (even fast movements often have slow, lyrical sections) and a high degree of rhythmic dynamism. Virtuosi di Praga; Israel Yinon. Koch Schwann 3-6593-2 (Germany) FRANZ SCHREKER (1878-1934): Suite from Der Geburtstag der Infantin, Melodrama Das Weib des Intaphernes. Two recordings of Das Weib des Intaphernes in two months... what are the odds? For those of you who didn't pick up last month's Schreker release, coupled with the youthful symphony, we have the Persian fable-based-melodrama with a female narrator instead of a male. Der Geburtstag was written as an outdoor ballet in 1908 and later turned into an opera. In 1923, Schreker produced a suite containing three-quartets of the music of the ballet but in a vastly supplemented orchestration, giving us the colossal concert suite with (at the time) unprecedentedly opulent orchestral scoring which is recorded here. Lena Stolze (narrator), Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin; Gerd Albrecht. Koch Schwann 3-6591-2 (Germany)
Records International Catalogue January 1998 Symphonia Perusina; franco mezzena (violin Like Bartók, Schoeck was smitten by thebeautiful Hungarian violinist Stefi Geyer and he produced his violin concerto http://www.recordsinternational.com/RICatalogJan98.html
Extractions: Home July Catalogue August Catalogue September Catalogue ... ebruary 1999 Catalogue GÖSTA NYSTROEM (1890-1966): Sinfonia espressiva, Sinfonia seria for Flute, Strings and Percussion. Nystroem is both better-known than his coeval Fernström and a little more distant in musical personality. The Sinfonia espressiva (1935-37) is a spare work, more "Scandinavian" in its quality of contemplation and inwardness; its two slow movements carry the majority of expressive weight while the scherzo and fugal finale exhibit a sharply chiselled tautness. From 1963, the Sinfonia seria is in two movements, each of which describes a journey from calm through force and tension back to calm again in an atmosphere of meditative austerity. Malmö Symphony Orchestra; Paavo Järvi. BIS 782 (Sweden). KURT ATTERBERG (1887-1974): Cello Concerto, Op. 21, Cello Sonata, Op. 27. The concerto, written between 1917 and 1922, is a rhapsodic work lasting over half an hour. While some sections sound like middle-period Sibelius, the specifically Nordic moments of the work are relatively few as Atterberg's eclecticism provides a veritable grab-bag of styles current in northern European musical thought at the beginning of this century. The singing, lyrical-rhapsodic quality of the concerto is replicated in the sonata of 1925. Werner Thomas-Mifune (cello), RSO Berlin; Karl Anton Rickenbacker. KOCH Schwann 315852 (Germany) FRANCIS POTT (b.1957): Cello Sonata, Hunt's Bay, Farewell to Hirta. The major work here is the cello sonata, an extended elegiac composition in memory of the composer's parents, tonal and in extended traditional form, emotionally charged, making full and fine use of the cello's expressive capabilities. This may be one of the finest cello sonatas to come out of the British Isles this century. The two solo piano works are in the best tradition of modern romanticism - they are both highly evocative sea pieces, owing something perhaps, to late Frank Bridge. David Watkin (cello), Howard Moody (piano), Francis Pott (piano). Guild GMCD 7141 (England)
Marcello Defant - Paganini Consort franco mezzena (violinist), well known for is many recordings, which received severalprizes, and holder of prestigious specialisation coursers in Europe and http://defant.net/ENGLISH/Paganini_Consort.htm
Extractions: Paganini Consort The Paganini Consort was created in 1995, sponsored by the Teatro Comunale of Treviso and by Asolo Musica. Its main aim is to rediscover and philologically interpret works of musicians belonging to Nicolò Paganini's (1782-1840) historical period. It is constituted by internationally successfully elements: Franco MEZZENA (violinist), well known for is many recordings, which received several prizes, and holder of prestigious specialisation coursers in Europe and Japan, among which we can remember the Accademia Musicale Pescarese Marcello DEFANT (violist), often requested as principal viola in such orchestras as Accademia di S. Cecilia in Rome and Teatro Comunale di Bologna, a sought after soloist and chamber music player Walter VESTIDELLO (cellist), versatile performer and founder of the "Sonatori de la Gioiosa Marca" Massimo SCATTOLIN (guitarist), eminent soloist, the only Italian guitarist to hold a master at the Mozarteum in Salisburgo