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Maestro Riccardo Cecchetti performs Domenico Cimarosa, Muzio Clementi, Lodovico Maria Giustini, Giacomo Puccini and Gioacchino Rossini

Date:

06/03/2021


Maestro Riccardo Cecchetti performs Domenico Cimarosa, Muzio Clementi, Lodovico Maria Giustini, Giacomo Puccini and Gioacchino Rossini

ICI London and the Associazione Voces Intimae present a series of new, previously unseen videos of performances by Maestro Riccardo Cecchetti, founder and Artistic Director of the Festival Virtuoso & Belcanto and President of the Associazione Voces Intimae, recently recorded in the Tuscan town of Lucca, at the Puccini Museum and at the Oratorio degli Angeli Custodi, will be exclusively available on ICI London Vimeo channel starting from 3 June.

A chance to listen to some rarely performed pieces in the Italian piano repertoire of the 18th and 19th centuries, on the original instruments, including a fortepiano J. Worel of 1833 and the Steinway & Sons piano that Giacomo Puccini used to compose the Turandot.

Domenico Cimarosa (Aversa, 1749 - Venice, 1801)
Sonata in Sol Minore / Sonata in si bemolle / Siciliana in la minore / Sonata e minue' in la
Recorded at the Oratorio degli Angeli Custodi (fortepiano J. Worel of 1833)

Muzio Clementi (Rome, 1752 - Evesham, 1832)
Fantasie with Variations op. 48 Au clair de la lune
Recorded at the Oratorio degli Angeli Custodi (fortepiano J. Worel of 1833)

Lodovico Maria Giustini (Pistoia, 1685 - 1743)
Sonata n. 1 op. 1
Recorded at the Oratorio degli Angeli Custodi (fortepiano J. Worel of 1833)

Giacomo Puccini (Lucca, 1858 - Bruxelles, 1924)
La scossa elettrica - Marcetta brillante SC72 (dedicated to Cioppi, Torre del Lago's radioman, on the occasion of his retirement)
Piccolo valzer SC66 (1894, first version of the Valzer di Musetta Quando men vo, from La Boheme)
Recorded at the Museum Puccini on the Steinway & Sons piano, belonging to Piuccini, that the Maestro used to compose The Turandot

Gioacchino Rossini (Pesaro, 1792 - Passy, 1868)
da Quelques riens pour Album
Un Rien in la minore/maggiore
Un Rien in do minore/maggiore
Un Rien in re bemolle maggiore
Recorded at the Oratorio degli Angeli Custodi (fortepiano J. Worel of 1833) and at the Museo Puccini

 

Information

Date: Da Thursday, June 03, 2021 a Thursday, July 01, 2021

Organized by : ICI London

Entrance : Free


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