Always engaged in the contemporary repertoire and the twentieth century, the Dèdalo Ensemble presents a program that compares two absolute masterpieces of music of the first half of the twentieth century. United by the popular setting and the characteristic of being performed by an enlarged chamber ensemble, Appalachian Spring by Aaron Copland and El Amor Brujo by Manuel de Falla draw into music two different contexts: on the one hand rural America and the scene of a wedding in which they contrast the dark penitential religiosity and the joy of life, on the other the Andalusian and gypsy setting and the story of a love that can not be realized.
Aaron Copland Appalachian Spring, Suite from the ballet, first version for 13 instruments
Manuel de Falla Suite from El Amor Brujo, gitanery, first version for mezzosoprano and 15 instruments
Elena Belfiore mezzosoprano
Vittorio Parisi conductor
Daniela Cima flute
Silvano Scanziani oboe
Nicola Zuccalà clarinet
Leonardo Dosso bassoon
Brunello Gorla horn
Alberto Frugoni trumpet
Giacomo Invernizzi, Daniele Richiedei, Francesco Melis, Annalisa Cobelli violin
Carlo Costalbano, Davide Bravo violas
Matteo Zurletti, Enrico Cocco cellos
Gianpiero Fanchini double-bass
Elena Pasotti piano
Luca Gusella percussions
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