'Melodia Assoluta' (Absolute Melody)
Cello Solo - Digital Sheet Music

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Cello Solo - Level 4 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.1004753

Composed by Rocco Di Pietro. Contemporary. Individual part. 5 pages. Rocco Di Pietro #4355235. Published by Rocco Di Pietro (A0.1004753).

Melodia Assoluta, (absolute melody) A solo cello piece created for the cellist Fances Marie Uiitti,living at that time in Rome. She played the work in Naples, Italy and Holland and elsewhere and gave the US premiere in Buffalo, NY. The idea of an endless melody going on forever was behind the illusion of this work,as if you came into a room, and it was always already there.A certain solitary melodic melancholy was observed by some when it was first played,as an antidote to the then 'New Music',which created a senasation in Naples in 1980.The times being what they were.

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