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CO75a Piano reduction (solo part included)
Corrado Maria Saglietti (*1957)
Corrado Maria Saglietti was born in 1957 in Costigliole d’Asti, Italy. He studied horn with G. Zoppi and graduated with highest honors. Since 1977 he has been playing in the RAI National Symphony Orchestra of Turin, and in 1990 he became principal horn; he often plays chamber music and performs as a soloist. In 1986 he received his degree in composition from the Turin Conservatory where he...
A cocktail of passion
On a characteristic tango atmosphere, a melancholic and sensual melody opens the first piece. A simple and vibrant chant comes next, in a frame that’s sometimes rarefied, sometimes passionate. The final piece is rhythmic and enthralling, with bright colors, curious effects and a slightly jazzed-flavor. A cocktail of passion, nostalgia and virtuosity that captures and amuses both the performers and the audience.
- Editions Bim
- I. Tango
April 27, 2023 | Chamber Music Evening No. 7 | Dresden, Germany. Marie-Luise Kahle (Horn), Chiaveri Quartett.
May 16, 2021 | Festive Finale | Juneau, USA. Kristina Paulick (Horn), Juneau Symphony Strings.
May 10, 2020 | Get Cozy Chamber Series | Kittery, USA. Stephen Taylor (horn), Brooke LaMonica, Susanne Powers (violins), Karen McConomy, Jan Heirtzler (viola), Dorothy Braker (cello).
October 11, 2019 | Geneva Brass Festival | Genf, Switzerland. Francesco d'Urso (trombone), L'Orchestre de Chambre de Genève, Philippe Bach (conducting).
March 4, 2018 | Pittsburg, USA. Simone Silé (horn), Maria Park, Abigail Adams (violins), Zoe Harbison (viola), Eunsol Lee (cello).
December 7, 2017 | Holiday Chamber Concert | Carmel, USA. Christina Mok (violin), Zlata Grekov (violin), Chad Kaltinger (viola), Robin Bonnell (cello), Caitlyn Smith-Franklin (horn).
January 29, 2017 | Bern, Switzerland. Christian Holenstein (horn), Georg Jacobi (violin), Susanna Holliger (violin), Ulrike Lachner (viola), Eva Wyss-Simmen (cello), Gabriel Duffau (contrabass).