Preludio, Canzone e Danza (Dall'Albero, Claudio)
String Quintet of the Conservatory S. Cecilia of Rome: Gabriele Campagna, Elena Califano, Violins; Daniele Valabrega, Viol; Giovanni Luca Cascio Rizzo, Cello; Nicola Bassan, Double bass.
Live concert, June 18, 2013, in Roma – SALAUNOTEATRO.
The same video in Full HD is here available:
Claudio & friends
Scores and Parts
Arrangement for Clarinet Quartet
Arrangement for Saxophone Quartet
Arrangement for String Orchestra, or String Quartet with Double bass ad libitum
|Work Title||Preludio, Canzone e Danza|
|Average Duration||15 minutes|
|Composer Time Period||Modern|
Preludio, canzone e danza is a composition of Claudio Dall'Albero, Professor of Composition and Choral Conducting at the Conservatory S. Cecilia in Rome. The Preludio is written in imitative style; the following Canzone presents the classical structure A-B-A. Lastly, the Danza is influenced by mediterranean folk tradition, together with some rhythmic reminiscences of the early baroque period.
The musical style of Dall'Albero is inspired by medieval monody and by the modality of classic polyphony.