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Ivan Fedele’s complete piano works

From today you can buy our latest discographical production in all music store and e-commerce sites.

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Ivan Fedele – Integrale delle opere per pianoforte solo (Complete piano works)
Ciro Longobardi
, pianoforte
CD+DVD
LIMEN Classic and contemporary – Black line

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Limen music & arts proposes a new discographical production (CD+DVD), entirely dedicated to the renowned and appreciated italian composer, Ivan Fedele, considered one of the most representative contemporary authors nationally and internationally.
Eclectic and versatile artist, was born primarily as a pianist, in fact in his works dedicated to this instrument he expresses all his creative sensibility, creating suggestive atmospheres and reaching out high levels poetically, stylistically and technically. In this album, the italian pianist Ciro Longobardi, take us in this wonderful journey through Ivan Fedele’s works, starting from the intense and bright colors of South Pole’s landscapes, evoked by the Études series: 5 Études Boreales (1990) and 5 Études Australes (2003) to the beginning, with Toccata (1983), extremely important piece from an affective point of view for Ivan Fedele, because full of memories of his early experiences on the piano. Includes also performances of Nachtmusik (2008) and Cadenze I-IX: a quarter of a century (1983-2008) of music by Fedele, accompanied by a double interview with the composer by Cesare Fertonani and Virginio Sala.

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Ivan Fedele, complete works for piano – New CD+DVD

From April 4th, 2011 will be available in major music stores and e-commerce site an important discographical production, entirely dedicated to Ivan Fedele‘s complete works for piano.

In this album (CD+DVD box set), the italian pianist Ciro Longobardi, take us in this wonderful journey through Ivan Fedele’s works, starting from the intense and bright colors of South Pole’s landscapes, evoked by the Études series: 5 Études Boreales (1990) and 5 Études Australes (2003) to the beginning, with “Toccata” (1983), extremely important piece from an affective point of view for Ivan Fedele, because full of memories of his early experiences on the piano.
Includes also performances of Nachtmusik (2008) and Cadenze I-IX: a quarter of a century (1983-2008) of music by Fedele, accompanied by a double interview with the composer by Cesare Fertonani and Virginio Sala.

For more info about the album, please visit our Press Area.

To buy on IBS.it, please click here (available from April 4th)

To buy on LaFeltrinelli, please click here (available from April 4th)

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