RH-010 | 12CD | Pietro Scarpini -2- from Baroque to Contemporary
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RH-010 | 12CD | Pietro Scarpini -2- from Baroque to Contemporary

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PIETRO SCARPINI EDITION -2-  
Rhine Classics RH-010 | 12CD | © & ℗ 2018  
Total Time: 14h 02' 26''
36 pages detailed booklet enclosed

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CD1 | 61:35
Johann Sebastian Bach
[1]-[10]       Transcription by P.Scarpini of 10 Chorale Preludes & Arias
recorded: studio | RAI Roma | 8 January 1961 | broadcast
[11]            Trascription by P.Scarpini of Chorale Prelude BWV 691a
recorded: studio | RAI Napoli | 16 December 1964 | broadcast
Transcription by F.Busoni from 3 works attrib. to J.S. Bach, BV B 42 (1917):
[12]            1. Fantasia in D minor, BWV 905
[13]            2. Andante in G minor, BWV 969
[14]            3. Scherzo in D minor, BWV 844
recorded: studio | RAI Napoli | 16 December 1964 | broadcast
Domenico Scarlatti
[15]            Keyboard Sonata in F minor, K.238 / L.27
[16]            Keyboard Sonata in F major, K.107 / L.474
[17]            Keyboard Sonata in D major, K.490 / L.206
[18]            Keyboard Sonata in E major, K.206 / L.257
recorded: studio | NDR Hamburg | 29 April 1957 | original master

CD2 | 75:41
Alfredo Casella
[1]-[3]          Partita, for piano and small orchestra, Op.42 (1924/25)
Orchestra Alessandro Scarlatti di Napoli della RAI | Massimo Pradella
recorded: live | Auditorium Domenico Scarlatti RAI, Napoli | 25 February 1967 | broadcast
Leoš Janácek
[4]-[7]          Concertino, for piano and chamber ensemble, JW VII/11 (1925)
Orchestra del Maggio musicale fiorentino (soloists): Antonio Abussi, 1st violin |
Carolina Francalanci, 2nd violin | Marcello  Formentini, viola | Attilio Zambelli, clarinet | Pasqualino Rossi, horn | Romano Alinari, bassoon | Pietro Scarpini, piano/conducting
recorded: live | “28° Maggio musicale” - Teatro della Pergola, Firenze | 12 June 1965 | broadcast

[8]-[11]        Capriccio, for piano left-hand and wind instruments, JW VII/12 (1926)
Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma della RAI | Ferruccio Scaglia
recorded: live | Auditorium Foro Italico, Roma | 11 February 1961 | broadcast
Isaac Albéniz
[12]          Iberia - Book 3 (1908): No. 3 El polo
Heitor Villa-Lobos
[13]-[15]   A prole do bebê - series 1 “As Bonecas / The Dolls” (1918): Nos. 2, 6, 7
recorded: live | Sala bianca, Palazzo Pitti, Firenze | 4 February 1959 | broadcast
 
CD3 | 57:43
Roger Sessions
[1]-[3]          Piano Concerto “in memory Arthur Schnabel” (1955/56)
Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma della RAI | Mario Rossi
recorded: live | Auditorium Foro Italico, Roma | 4 January 1958 | broadcast
Riccardo Malipiero
[4]-[6]          Piano Concerto “per Dimitri (Mitropoulos)” (1961)
Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano della RAI | Nino Sanzogno
recorded: live | Teatro La Fenice, Venezia | 27 May 1961 | broadcast
(world premiere:  XXIV° Festival Internazionale di Musica Contemporanea di Venezia)
Luigi Dallapiccola
[7]-[17]        Quaderno musicale di Annalibera, 11 piano pieces (1952)
recorded:  studio | RAI Roma | 1 December 1954 | trancription disc
 
CD4 | 65:29
Sergei Prokofiev
[1]-[4]          Piano Concerto No.2 in G minor, Op.16 (2nd version, 1924)
New York Philharmonic Orchestra | Dimitri Mitropoulos
recorded: live | Carnegie Hall, New York | 7 November 1954 | original master
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
[5]-[7]          Piano Concerto No.22 in E-flat major, K.482
(Cadenzas 1 & 3: Ferruccio Busoni, BV B14 - 1919)
New York Philharmonic Orchestra | Dimitri Mitropoulos
recorded: live | Carnegie Hall, New York | 6 November 1955 | transcription disc
 
CD5 | 74:33
Goffredo Petrassi
[1]-[3]          Piano Concerto (1936/39)
BBC Symphony Orchestra | Nino Sanzogno
recorded: live | Royal Festival Hall, London | 4 March 1959 | broadcast
(first performance in Great Britain)
Mario Peragallo (1910-1996)
[4]-6]          Piano Concerto (1949/51)
Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks | Ferenc Fricsay
recorded: studio | Herkulessaal, Munich | 21 November 1952 | broadcast
Sergei Prokofiev
[7]-[9]          Piano Concerto No.1 in D-flat major, Op.10 (1911/12)
Orchestra Sinfonica di Torino della RAI | Massimo Freccia
recorded: live | Auditorium RAI, Torino | 13 March 1959 | broadcast
 
CD6 | 67:12
Sergei Prokofiev
[1]-[4]          Piano Sonata No.2 in D minor, Op.14 (1912)
recorded: studio | RAI Roma | 25 March 1955 | broadcast
[5]-[7]          Piano Sonata No.8 in B-flat major, Op.84 (1939/44)
recorded: studio | RAI Roma | c.1954 | transcription disc
[8]-[11]        Piano Sonata No.9 in C major, Op.103 (1947)
recorded: studio | RAI Roma | 29 April 1960 | broadcast
 
CD7 | 77:38
Johannes Brahms
[1]-[4]          Piano Concerto No.2 in B-flat major, Op.83 (1878/81)
Giuseppe Selmi, cello solo (3)
Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma della RAI | Vittorio Gui
recorded: live | Auditorium Foro Italico, Roma | 13 December 1958 | original master
Robert Schumann
[5]-[11]        Humoreske in B-flat major, Op.20 (1839)
recorded: studio | RAI Firenze | 14 June 1958 | original master
 
CD8 | 72:52
Franz Schubert
[1]-[4]          Piano Sonata No.20 in A major, D.959 (1828)
recorded: studio | RAI Firenze | 28 March 1958 | broadcast
Muzio Clementi
[5]-[7]          Piano Sonata in G minor, Op.34/2 (1793)
recorded: live | Sala bianca, Palazzo Pitti, Firenze | 4 February 1959 | broadcast
Johannes Brahms
[8]-[11]        Piano Sonata No.2 in F-sharp minor, Op.2 (1852)
recorded: live | Sala bianca, Palazzo Pitti, Firenze | 4 February 1959 | broadcast
 
CD9 | 77:54
Arnold Schoenberg
[1]-[21]        Pierrot Lunaire, Op.21 (1912)
Magda Laszlo, voice
Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma della RAI (soloists):
Severino Gazzelloni, flute/piccolo | Giacomo Gandini, clarinet | Ugo Fusco, bass clarinet | Dino Asciolla, violin/viola | Bruno Morselli, cello | Pietro Scarpini, piano/conducting
recorded: live | Auditorium Foro Italico, Roma | 6 February 1960 | broadcast

[22]            Ode to Napoleon Buonaparte, Op.41b (1942)
Alvar Liddell, speaker
Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma della RAI | Michael Gielen
recorded: live | Auditorium Foro Italico, Roma | 6 February 1960 | broadcast

[23]-[26]      Piano Concerto, Op.42 (1942)
Orchestra Sinfonica di Torino della RAI | Antonio Pedrotti
recorded: studio | Auditorium RAI, Torino | c.1957 | broadcast
 
CD10 | 70:06
Béla Bartók
[1]-[3]          Piano Concerto No.1, Sz.83, BB 91 (1926)
Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma della RAI | Fernando Previtali
recorded: live | Auditorium Foro Italico, Roma | 25 May 1957 | transcription disc

[4]-[6]          Piano Concerto No.3 in E major, Sz.119, BB 127 (1945)
Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma della RAI | Antonio Pedrotti
recorded: live | Auditorium Foro Italico, Roma | 5 February 1958 | broadcast
Alexander Scriabin
[7]              Prometheus “Le poème du feu”, Op. 60 (1909/10)
Orchestre National et Choeur de l’O.R.T.F. | Piero Bellugi
recorded: live | Théâtre des Champs Elysées, Paris | 10 January 1968 | original master, stereo
 
CD11 | 74:52
Alexander Scriabin
[1]-[4]        Piano Sonata No.3 in F-sharp minor, Op.23 (1897/98)
recorded: studio | RAI Firenze | 28 March 1958 | broadcast
[5]              Piano Sonata No.5, Op.53 (1907)
recorded: live | Sale Apollinee, Teatro La Fenice, Venezia | 20 April 1963 | broadcast
[6]              Piano Sonata No.7, Op.64 “Messe blanche” (1911/12)
recorded: live | Sala concerti, Accademia Chigiana, Siena | 13 September 1968 | broadcast
[7]              Piano Sonata No.8, Op.66 (1913)
recorded: live | Sala bianca, Palazzo Pitti, Firenze | 4 February 1959 | broadcast
[8]              Piano Sonata No.9, Op.68 “Messe noire” (1913)
recorded: live | Sale Apollinee, Teatro La Fenice, Venezia | 20 April 1963 | broadcast
[9]              Piano Sonata No.10, Op.70 “Les insectes” (1912/13)
recorded: live | “27° Maggio musicale” - Teatro della Pergola, Firenze | 19 June 1964 | broadcast
 
CD12 | 66:51
Sergei Rachmaninoff
[1]            Variations on a Theme of Corelli, Op.42 (1931)
recorded: studio | RAI Firenze | 28 March 1958 | broadcast
Alexander Scriabin
[2]-[11]     Preludes (24), Op.11 (1888/96): Nos. 2, 4, 5, 9, 10, 12, 13, 15, 17, 22
recorded: studio | RAI Napoli | 16 December 1964 | broadcast
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BONUS | Scarpini’s only solo piano commercial recordings
Igor Stravinsky
[12]-[14]     Piano Sonata (1924)
[15]            Piano-Rag-Music (1919)
Béla Bartók
[16]-[21]     Dances in Bulgarian Rhythm (6) | Mikrokosmos Vol.VI, 148-153, Sz.107 (1939)
[22]-[24]     Piano Sonata, Sz.80 (1926)
recorded: studio Durium S.A. | Milano | 1950

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Pietro Scarpini (Roma, 6 April 1911 — Firenze, 27 November 1997)


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