Maderna Works

Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, Arturo Tamayo - Bruno Maderna: Complete Works for Orchestra, Vol.4 (2010)

Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, Arturo Tamayo - Bruno Maderna: Complete Works for Orchestra, Vol.4 (2010)
EAC | FLAC (image+.cue, log) | Covers Included | 78:08 | 306 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: NEOS Music | Catalog: NEOS10936

Quadrivium was composed in 1969 and marks the beginning of Maderna’s final creative period, during which he wrote impressive and headstrong works for large symphonic forces. Aura was commissioned for the 80th anniversary of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and was premiered in 1972. Amanda was written in 1966 and is uninhibited, cheerful and lyrical.

Luciano Berio/Bruno Maderna - Acousmatrix 7: Electronic Works (1992)  Music

Posted by TestTickles at Sept. 12, 2016
Luciano Berio/Bruno Maderna - Acousmatrix 7: Electronic Works (1992)

Luciano Berio/Bruno Maderna - Acousmatrix 7: Electronic Works (1992)
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 140 mb
Genre: classical, electronic, musique concrète,

Acousmatrix 7: Electronic Works is the 1992 CD by Luciano Berio and Bruno Maderna. This was released by BV Haast Records within a series called Acousmatrix, which were released together as a 9 CD box set in 2005.

Bruno Maderna - Complete Works for Orchestra, Vol.1 (2009)  Music

Posted by Designol at Dec. 3, 2015
Bruno Maderna - Complete Works for Orchestra, Vol.1 (2009)

Bruno Maderna - Complete Works for Orchestra, Vol.1 (2009)
hr-Sinfonieorchester/Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Arturo Tamayo

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 302 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 180 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Contemporary Classical | Label: NEOS | # NEOS 10933 | Time: 01:13:00

With this disc, German label Neos takes on an enterprising project, Bruno Maderna: Complete Works for Orchestra, Vol. 1. Outside of Italy, Maderna is recognized as a significant figure within Italian avant-garde associated with Nono and Berio, but his music is not is well known as theirs, apart from his fanciful and hip Serenata per un satellite (1969). Within Italy, Maderna is remembered as one of her greatest conductors, although he is worshipped to such extent in that role that his compositions have been overlooked. Such a series, hopefully, would serve to redress the balance; Maderna's experience as conductor helped inform his compositions, and by having access to his orchestral pieces one might be able to determine to what extent his composing impacted his work as a conductor.

Bruno Maderna - The Last Concert - Alfred Brendel  Music

Posted by DentonW at Aug. 10, 2011
Bruno Maderna - The Last Concert - Alfred Brendel

Bruno Maderna - The Last Concert - Bartok, Schoenberg: Piano Concertos - Alfred Brendel, piano
EAC (FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG) | Scans 300/600 dpi | 1CD, 276 MB + 19,5 MB (.rar 3% rec.) | FS & RS
Classical | Stradivarius STR 10071, Italy 1993 | (live recording)

Maderna - Orchesral Works (2000)  Music

Posted by shofar at May 22, 2011
Maderna - Orchesral Works (2000)

Maderna - Orchesral Works (2000)
Classical | EAC: FLAC+Cue+Log | 1 Cd, Cover+Booklet | 258 Mb
Label: col legno - Date: 2000

Acousmatrix - History of electronic music VII : Berio - Maderna  Music

Posted by kurtbeckett at June 29, 2010
Acousmatrix - History of electronic music VII : Berio - Maderna

Acousmatrix - History of electronic music VII : Berio - Maderna
XLD | FLAC+CUE, LOG | 303.5 MB | 1 CD 66:48 | Complete Scans Included
Contemporary / Avant-garde / Electronic | Label: BVHaast | BVHaast 9109 | RAR | RS.com

Most followers of electro-acoustic music recognize the contributions both Bruno Maderna and Luciano Berio have made to the field, mainly due to their collaborative work Ritratto di Citta, which established the Studio de Fonologia in 1955. Fewer, however, are familiar with their individual projects from the late '50s and early '60s that clearly set them apart from their counterparts in Cologne. Berio and Maderna were both obsessed by the human voice as a basis and endpoint in electro-acoustic music…

Bruno Maderna - Orchestral works  Music

Posted by trackball at Dec. 25, 2009
Bruno Maderna - Orchestral works

Bruno Maderna - Orchestral works
Classical | Easy CD-DA, APE, CUE, No Log | 1 CD, Covers HQ | 253 MB
CD Date: April 15, 2000 | Col Legno

Maderna was a well-loved, respected creator composer conductor.Boulez's orchestral "Rituel" is dedicated to his memory.
He initiated, instigated much in the early years in Italy,the cultural backward freeze in contemporary expression around Venice then Milan, founding with Luciano Berio, Italy's first electronic music studio.

Cristina Ariagno - Louis Aubert: Piano Works (2009)  Music

Posted by SuniR at Oct. 18, 2017
Cristina Ariagno - Louis Aubert: Piano Works (2009)

Cristina Ariagno - Louis Aubert: Piano Works (2009)
Mp3 CBR320 kbps | 56:10 min | 120 Mb (5% Rec.)
Classical, Piano | Label: Brilliant Classics

Louis Aubert was one of a host of the French composers whose music fell into the blind oblivion created by the dazzling talents of Debussy and Ravel. It wasn’t anyone's fault but the effect was the same as if it had been. Imaginative music of some depth and reach has failed to register with more than a few people ‘in the know’. We knew something was up when Marco Polo issued a truly outstanding CD of his orchestral music. This included Le Tombeau de Chateaubriand (1948) - a tremendously imaginative, salt-spray and sun-dazzle Breton marine picture. Aubert was born in Brittany and as Sillages proves the sea flowed through his creative veins. The Chateaubriand picture picks up on the artist's seascapes rather than being the sort of neo-classical anonymity you might have feared from the title.
The Complete Works of Gabrio Piola: Volume I: Commented English Translation (Repost)

The Complete Works of Gabrio Piola: Volume I: Commented English Translation By Francesco Dell'isola, Giulio Maier, Umberto Perego
2014 | 816 Pages | ISBN: 3319002627 | PDF | 6 MB
Glen Wilson - Cavazzoni: Complete Works - Italian Ricercars (2017)

Glen Wilson - Cavazzoni: Complete Works - Italian Ricercars (2017)
Classical | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | Digital Booklet | 01:19:27 | 186 MB
Label: Naxos

Marco Antonio Cavazzoni private harpsichordist to the Duchess of Urbino and Pope Leo X, friend of Titian and Bembo composed some of the most important milestones in the history of instrumental music. They were published in Venice by Vercellese (1523), the second edition of Italian keyboard music after that of Andrea Antico [Naxos 8.572983]. Usually assigned to the organ, they are restored here to the harpsichord where they originally belonged, as explained in an online essay by Glen Wilson. Contemporary examples further illustrate the fascinating development of Cavazzonis major form, the ricercar. The project celebrates the 500th anniversary of the harpsichord on the cover (the worlds oldest), which was owned by Leo X and undoubtedly played on by Cavazzoni.