The program consists of Maderna's Darmstadt-y, but funny, Juilliard Serenade (1971) and his rougher and more aggressive aleatoric work Grande aulodia (1970), both bookending Maderna's completely conventional Music of Gaity (1969), featuring orchestral arrangements from the seventeenth-century Fitzwilliam Virginal Book.
Bruno Maderna (21 April 1920 – 13 November 1973) was an Italian conductor and composer. Bruno Maderna was born Bruno Grossato in Venice but later decided to take the name of his mother, Caterina Maderna. At the age of four he began studying the violin with his grandfather. My grandfather thought that if you could play the violin you could then do anything, even become the biggest gangster. If you play the violin you are always sure of a place in heaven.
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Bruno Maderna: Complete Works for Orchestra,. NEOS Music Rel. August 1, 2013. Stradivarius Rel. May 5, 2000.
Bruno Maderna: Liriche - Y Después - Concerti. 13 Dec 2011 · 6 tracks.
Maderna, Bruno (b Venice, 1920; d Darmstadt, 1973). It. composer and conductor, among leaders (with Berio ) of the It. avant-garde. After service in World War II, was encouraged by Virgil Thomson and met Boulez. Taught at Venice Cons. Maderna, Bruno (b Venice, 1920; d Darmstadt, 1973). composer and conductor, among leaders (with Berio) of the It.
|1||Juilliard Serenade (Tempo Libero II), for orchestra||Bruno Maderna||21:05|
|Music of Gaity dal "Fitzwilliam Virginal Book", for chamber orchestra|
|2||Gipsies Round William Byrd / Giles Farnaby / Phil Phillips||Bruno Maderna||2:17|
|3||Can Shee William Byrd / Giles Farnaby / Phil Phillips||Bruno Maderna||2:25|
|4||Rosasolis William Byrd / Giles Farnaby / Phil Phillips||Bruno Maderna||1:57|
|5||Galiarda Passamezzo William Byrd / Giles Farnaby / Phil Phillips||Bruno Maderna||4:51|
|6||His Humor William Byrd / Giles Farnaby / Phil Phillips||Bruno Maderna||2:07|
|7||Grande aulodia, for flute, oboe & orchestra||Bruno Maderna||24:28|
CreditsWilliam Byrd - Composer
Lothar Faber - Oboe
Giles Farnaby - Composer
Severino Gazzelloni - Flute
Nigel Jamieson - Liner Note Translation
Sophie le Castel - Liner Note Translation
Bruno Maderna - Conductor, Primary Artist
Giordano Montecchi - Liner Notes
Orchester di Roma della RAI - Orchestra
Phil Phillips - Composer
Michael Seberich - Editing