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Preludi: Secondo Quaderno

for Piano

By Renato de Grandis

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Piano - intermediate to difficult
For Piano. Composed by Renato de Grandis (1927-). This edition: Saddle stitching. Sheet music. Piano. The 48 Preludi are either short sketches or expansive concert pieces which also allude to types of setting or themes from the piano music since Scarlatti. Suitable for music lessons and competitions, either individually, in freely formed groups or as a cy. Classical. Softcover. Composed 1999-2000. 46 pages. Duration 32'. Schott Music #ED22099. Published by Schott Music (HL.49045232).

Item Number: HL.49045232

ISBN 9790001201667. 9.0x12.0x0.166 inches.

The 48 Preludes by the Venetian composer Renato de Grandis (1927-2008) were composed, largely, between 1998-2002. It was only subsequently that he arranged them into 4 cycles of 12 preludes, drawing also from earlier compositions. Written in a traditional pianistic style, they are short sketches which are sometimes characterized by musical thoughts, sometimes by moods or by natural phenomena. The fourth volume presented here is once again divided into two cycles of 6 preludes each, with the first cycle paying tribute to the landscapes and towns of Friuli north of Venice.

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  • I 'Et in Arkadia Ego'- II 'Sul ritmo: 1-1.2' (a A. Skriabin) 
  • III Vivo 
  • IV Echi (a Radha Burnier) 
  • V Antahkarana (a Edith Grey, in memoriam) 
  • VI Scorrevole, capriccioso, rubato ed espressivo (a Torena) 
  • VII Il secondo richiamo del giardino invisibile 
  • VIII Anticipazioni, ritardi ed altro, tutto risolto in ritardo, quasi una 'follia' (a Lukas Grossmann) 
  • IX Quasi adagio, calmo 
  • X Notturno 
  • XI Recitativo e 
  • XII Rondo-toccata (a Lukas Grossmann) 
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