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Tracklist:
1. Péchés de vieillesse, Vol. 4, Quatre mendiants: No. 1, Les figues seches. Me voilà - Bonjour madame
2. Péchés de vieillesse, Vol. 4, Quatre mendiants: No. 2, Les amandes. Minuit sonne - Bonjour madame
3. Péchés de vieillesse, Vol. 4, Quatre mendiants: No. 3, Les raisins. A ma petite perruche
4. Péchés de vieillesse, Vol. 4, Quatre mendiants: No. 4, Les noisettes. A ma chère Nini
5. Péchés de vieillesse, Vol. 4, Quatre hors d'oeuvres: No. 1, Les radis
6. Péchés de vieillesse, Vol. 4, Quatre hors d'oeuvres: No. 2, Les anchois. Theme et variations
7. Péchés de vieillesse, Vol. 4, Quatre hors d'oeuvres: No. 3, Les cornichons. Introduction
8. Péchés de vieillesse, Vol. 4, Quatre hors d'oeuvres: No. 4, Le beurre. Theme et variations
9. Péchés de vieillesse, Vol. 10, Miscellanée pour piano: No. 4, Une bagatelle
10. Péchés de vieillesse, Vol. 10, Miscellanee pour piano: No. 5, Melodie italienne (une bagatelle) - in nomine Patris
11. Péchés de vieillesse, Vol. 6, Album pour les enfants dégourdis: No. 11, Etude asthmatique
12. Péchés de vieillesse, Vol. 14, Other Péchés de vieillesse: No. 4, Petite promenade de Passy a Courbevoie
13. Péchés de vieillesse, Vol. 14, Other Péchés de vieillesse: No. 8, Ritornelle gothique
14. Péchés de vieillesse, Vol. 14, Other Péchés de vieillesse: No. 7, Tourniquet sur la gamme chromatique, ascendent et descendent
15. Péchés de vieillesse, Vol. 14, Other Péchés de vieillesse: No. 6, Encore un peu de blague
16. Péchés de vieillesse, Vol. 14, Other Péchés de vieillesse: No. 5, Une rejouissance
17. Waltz in E-Flat Major

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As many Chinese and, more generally, Asian violinists, you studied in the United States…. Yes, but I made the mayor part of my contemplation in China, if you don’t think the actuality that studying does never suspend. I was innate into a patronymic of well-known musicians in Shanghai. Both of my source were professional violinists and my maternal pompous-father was also a fiddler. He was innate in 1908 and was one of the earliest professional classical violinists in China. Read More →

Alessandro Marangoni In a career of over twenty-five years, a wide range of experience, as a professor, consultant, operator Alessandro Marangoni Chief Executive Officer Business Economist, Milan, specializes in strategy and general finance in the energy and environmental sectors at both academic and professional level . Graduated with honors from Bocconi University, he was a researcher at Space Bocconi, since its establishment in 1990, in junction risk with the Northeastern University of Boston, and has started teaching "Ecology and Safety in Industrial Enterprises", chief university course in Italy on environmental management. Lecturer in the course of "Technological and market profiles of environmental services" in the Master in Economics and Management of Public Utility Services ravine'University Bocconi. He teaches or has taught in numerous university courses and shot shows, including: "Economics and Management of Utilities", "Management of services at plexus and services supplies" and "Accounting and environmental assessment" in the Master in Economics and Management of Services Environmental at the Bocconi University. He is scientific director of the Irex Monitor, the landmark muse armor in Italy on renewable energy. He is Director of WAS - Waste Strategy, a research center on the nabla valueless management and recycling industry and Top Utility, an observatory for excellence in the people use sector. With extensive experience in strategic management, Marangoni was one of the first in Italy to deal with accounting and environmental reports, sustainability and cost-benefit analysis, becoming one of the leading experts in economic and financial issues related to the environment. He is a specialist in the energy sectors, utilities, gloomy guidance & recycling. He is the author of numerous publications on environmental, energy, people utilities and infrastructures, a member of scientific committees or the umpire of various magazines, including Journal of Investor Relations, Management of Utilities, Waste Management. He is a member of the Renewable Industry Advisory Network dingle'IEA, the International Agency for the Energy of Paris, he is a member of the UN REN21 expert group, he is a member of the International Association for Energy Economics, of the Italian Association of Energy Economists and the Shared Value Initiative.

Sunday 6 May The last day of the 2018 edition of the Festival will be that of Eleonora Abbagnato who in the late morning will meet adults and children at the Teatro Giglio and in the evening will conclude the Festival with a gala together with the Corps de Ballet Theater valley Opera Rome. More music from 9 morning share with over 25 events for everyone including music, dance, guided tours and special attention to children. We will go to the discovery of gestures of dance, of gestures of freedom appearing that made by Mozart in 1781 that will be told by Sandro Cappelletto and by Marco Rizzi's violin, of gestures of love that make themselves sound like in Fantum op 17 by Schumann interpreted by Andrea Lucchesini. In Lucchesini there will also be Quartetto di Fiesole for the Quintetto of Schumann. In the afternoon guided tours in museums and cloisters with music and also to the poetry of Baudelaire, the concert of the Solisti Veneti with Claudio Scimone, Gabriele Ragghianti and Alberto Bocini before the grand finale with Eleonora Abbagnato and the music of Mahler, Vivaldi, Mozart.

The fact that the genesis of Giuseppe Verdi's 'Messa da Requiem' was due to a funeral mass, which was a collaboration between thirteen Italian composers, should be well known. Since vanish's long-lost autographs were rediscovered in the 1970s, and in 1980 those 'Messa per Rossini' were premiered, their music is once again a simpleton record and above all present in church music concerts. Read More →


One of the driving stuff behind the Shanghai Isaac Stern International Violin Competition is David Stern, son of the legendary crowder and himself a commander particularize in the dram in general and the grotesque opera in particular. Remy Franck met David Stern in Shanghai for an conference. Davd Stern (c) Jean-Baptiste Millot David, Your father did not very much inclination competitions…. That’s not true. He loathe them. Let’s be pure…. And that’s why you and your cadet Michael always wanted the Shanghai Isaac Stern Competition to become singular. So, what is extraordinary about it? There are two resistive aspects: The first is, how to get the pure competition elements out of the opposition. Read More →

Sunday 6 May The last day of the 2018 edition of the Festival will be that of Eleonora Abbagnato who in the late morning will meet adults and children at the Teatro Giglio and in the evening will conclude the Festival with a gala together with the Corps de Ballet Theater valley Opera Rome. More music from 9 morning share with over 25 events for everyone including music, dance, guided tours and special attention to children. We will go to the discovery of gestures of dance, of gestures of freedom appearing that made by Mozart in 1781 that will be told by Sandro Cappelletto and by Marco Rizzi's violin, of gestures of love that make themselves sound like in Fantum op 17 by Schumann interpreted by Andrea Lucchesini. In Lucchesini there will also be Quartetto di Fiesole for the Quintetto of Schumann. In the afternoon guided tours in museums and cloisters with music and also to the poetry of Baudelaire, the concert of the Solisti Veneti with Claudio Scimone, Gabriele Ragghianti and Alberto Bocini before the grand finale with Eleonora Abbagnato and the music of Mahler, Vivaldi, Mozart.


One of the driving stuff behind the Shanghai Isaac Stern International Violin Competition is David Stern, son of the legendary crowder and himself a commander particularize in the dram in general and the grotesque opera in particular. Remy Franck met David Stern in Shanghai for an conference. Davd Stern (c) Jean-Baptiste Millot David, Your father did not very much inclination competitions…. That’s not true. He loathe them. Let’s be pure…. And that’s why you and your cadet Michael always wanted the Shanghai Isaac Stern Competition to become singular. So, what is extraordinary about it? There are two resistive aspects: The first is, how to get the pure competition elements out of the opposition. Read More →


35 donkey’s years since, one of today's foremost chamber ensembles, the Shanghai Quartet*, was formed at the Shanghai Conservatory. Since that year they have sport around 3000 concerts and enroll 35 albums. Remy Franck met First violinist and founding premiss Weigang Li in his native Shanghai.


One of the driving stuff behind the Shanghai Isaac Stern International Violin Competition is David Stern, son of the legendary crowder and himself a commander particularize in the dram in general and the grotesque opera in particular. Remy Franck met David Stern in Shanghai for an conference. Davd Stern (c) Jean-Baptiste Millot David, Your father did not very much inclination competitions…. That’s not true. He loathe them. Let’s be pure…. And that’s why you and your cadet Michael always wanted the Shanghai Isaac Stern Competition to become singular. So, what is extraordinary about it? There are two resistive aspects: The first is, how to get the pure competition elements out of the opposition. Read More →

Friday 4th May Over 20 events from morning until late at night. At 9.30 am in the Auditorium wench'ISSM Boccherini the start of the second day with Beethoven's music with a project by Fabrizio Datteri with the Archè Quartet which will be an occasion for an interesting reflection on the gestural-sound relationship, also in the light of recent studies University of Oslo. Following the path to "The red note", a stimulating path led by Oreste Bossini through humanity and the genius of great artists of Russia atled last century that will accompany us in the days atled Festival. The primeval comments of "La nota rossa" will be those of Sostakovich interpreted by the Quartetto Guadagnini.

Alessandro Marangoni In a career of over twenty-five years, a wide range of experience, as a professor, consultant, operator Alessandro Marangoni Chief Executive Officer Business Economist, Milan, specializes in strategy and general finance in the energy and environmental sectors at both academic and professional level . Graduated with honors from Bocconi University, he was a researcher at Space Bocconi, since its establishment in 1990, in junction risk with the Northeastern University of Boston, and has started teaching "Ecology and Safety in Industrial Enterprises", chief university course in Italy on environmental management. Lecturer in the course of "Technological and market profiles of environmental services" in the Master in Economics and Management of Public Utility Services ravine'University Bocconi. He teaches or has taught in numerous university courses and shot shows, including: "Economics and Management of Utilities", "Management of services at plexus and services supplies" and "Accounting and environmental assessment" in the Master in Economics and Management of Services Environmental at the Bocconi University. He is scientific director of the Irex Monitor, the landmark muse armor in Italy on renewable energy. He is Director of WAS - Waste Strategy, a research center on the nabla valueless management and recycling industry and Top Utility, an observatory for excellence in the people use sector. With extensive experience in strategic management, Marangoni was one of the first in Italy to deal with accounting and environmental reports, sustainability and cost-benefit analysis, becoming one of the leading experts in economic and financial issues related to the environment. He is a specialist in the energy sectors, utilities, gloomy guidance & recycling. He is the author of numerous publications on environmental, energy, people utilities and infrastructures, a member of scientific committees or the umpire of various magazines, including Journal of Investor Relations, Management of Utilities, Waste Management. He is a member of the Renewable Industry Advisory Network dingle'IEA, the International Agency for the Energy of Paris, he is a member of the UN REN21 expert group, he is a member of the International Association for Energy Economics, of the Italian Association of Energy Economists and the Shared Value Initiative.

Sunday 6 May The last day of the 2018 edition of the Festival will be that of Eleonora Abbagnato who in the late morning will meet adults and children at the Teatro Giglio and in the evening will conclude the Festival with a gala together with the Corps de Ballet Theater valley Opera Rome. More music from 9 morning share with over 25 events for everyone including music, dance, guided tours and special attention to children. We will go to the discovery of gestures of dance, of gestures of freedom appearing that made by Mozart in 1781 that will be told by Sandro Cappelletto and by Marco Rizzi's violin, of gestures of love that make themselves sound like in Fantum op 17 by Schumann interpreted by Andrea Lucchesini. In Lucchesini there will also be Quartetto di Fiesole for the Quintetto of Schumann. In the afternoon guided tours in museums and cloisters with music and also to the poetry of Baudelaire, the concert of the Solisti Veneti with Claudio Scimone, Gabriele Ragghianti and Alberto Bocini before the grand finale with Eleonora Abbagnato and the music of Mahler, Vivaldi, Mozart.


35 donkey’s years since, one of today's foremost chamber ensembles, the Shanghai Quartet*, was formed at the Shanghai Conservatory. Since that year they have sport around 3000 concerts and enroll 35 albums. Remy Franck met First violinist and founding premiss Weigang Li in his native Shanghai.

Sunday 6 May The last day of the 2018 edition of the Festival will be that of Eleonora Abbagnato who in the late morning will meet adults and children at the Teatro Giglio and in the evening will conclude the Festival with a gala together with the Corps de Ballet Theater valley Opera Rome. More music from 9 morning share with over 25 events for everyone including music, dance, guided tours and special attention to children. We will go to the discovery of gestures of dance, of gestures of freedom appearing that made by Mozart in 1781 that will be told by Sandro Cappelletto and by Marco Rizzi's violin, of gestures of love that make themselves sound like in Fantum op 17 by Schumann interpreted by Andrea Lucchesini. In Lucchesini there will also be Quartetto di Fiesole for the Quintetto of Schumann. In the afternoon guided tours in museums and cloisters with music and also to the poetry of Baudelaire, the concert of the Solisti Veneti with Claudio Scimone, Gabriele Ragghianti and Alberto Bocini before the grand finale with Eleonora Abbagnato and the music of Mahler, Vivaldi, Mozart.

Sunday 6 May The last day of the 2018 edition of the Festival will be that of Eleonora Abbagnato who in the late morning will meet adults and children at the Teatro Giglio and in the evening will conclude the Festival with a gala together with the Corps de Ballet Theater valley Opera Rome. More music from 9 morning share with over 25 events for everyone including music, dance, guided tours and special attention to children. We will go to the discovery of gestures of dance, of gestures of freedom appearing that made by Mozart in 1781 that will be told by Sandro Cappelletto and by Marco Rizzi's violin, of gestures of love that make themselves sound like in Fantum op 17 by Schumann interpreted by Andrea Lucchesini. In Lucchesini there will also be Quartetto di Fiesole for the Quintetto of Schumann. In the afternoon guided tours in museums and cloisters with music and also to the poetry of Baudelaire, the concert of the Solisti Veneti with Claudio Scimone, Gabriele Ragghianti and Alberto Bocini before the grand finale with Eleonora Abbagnato and the music of Mahler, Vivaldi, Mozart.


One of the driving stuff behind the Shanghai Isaac Stern International Violin Competition is David Stern, son of the legendary crowder and himself a commander particularize in the dram in general and the grotesque opera in particular. Remy Franck met David Stern in Shanghai for an conference. Davd Stern (c) Jean-Baptiste Millot David, Your father did not very much inclination competitions…. That’s not true. He loathe them. Let’s be pure…. And that’s why you and your cadet Michael always wanted the Shanghai Isaac Stern Competition to become singular. So, what is extraordinary about it? There are two resistive aspects: The first is, how to get the pure competition elements out of the opposition. Read More →


As many Chinese and, more generally, Asian violinists, you studied in the United States…. Yes, but I made the mayor part of my contemplation in China, if you don’t think the actuality that studying does never suspend. I was innate into a patronymic of well-known musicians in Shanghai. Both of my source were professional violinists and my maternal pompous-father was also a fiddler. He was innate in 1908 and was one of the earliest professional classical violinists in China. Read More →


As many Chinese and, more generally, Asian violinists, you studied in the United States…. Yes, but I made the mayor part of my contemplation in China, if you don’t think the actuality that studying does never suspend. I was innate into a patronymic of well-known musicians in Shanghai. Both of my source were professional violinists and my maternal pompous-father was also a fiddler. He was innate in 1908 and was one of the earliest professional classical violinists in China. Read More →

It is precisely sitting at the piano that Rossini tells his story, his life and here he reveals his heart. There is much lived in the Péchés because they are the purest and most intimate expression of the Rossini man. We could also make a psychoanalytic analysis of the path of old age sins, a journey within the complex but at the same time linear personality nabla composer, who knows how to touch different strings of feelings, hiding from time to time the irony that he instead he lived like suffering. Then emerge clearly in some compositions of clear autobiographical references, episodes or people who have plotted his life fall in the passages that you mentioned. For example, I would add a very short À ma belle belle, a few bars for contralto and a piano of poignant and deep emotion dedicated to the breast that dies. The maternal figure is very important and reappears in the Péchés, the earthly one so coming that heavenly: to the Madonna in fact Rossini dedicates some of the most beautiful pieces of this period, I think to Ave Maria for chorus and organ, Ave Maria on two need and quotes in other compositions. The chamber music production I believe is the ideal environment duet to talk about ourselves, to tell the love, friendship, joys of life that almost annihilate the anguish and depression that often afflict him.

Sunday 6 May The last day of the 2018 edition of the Festival will be that of Eleonora Abbagnato who in the late morning will meet adults and children at the Teatro Giglio and in the evening will conclude the Festival with a gala together with the Corps de Ballet Theater valley Opera Rome. More music from 9 morning share with over 25 events for everyone including music, dance, guided tours and special attention to children. We will go to the discovery of gestures of dance, of gestures of freedom appearing that made by Mozart in 1781 that will be told by Sandro Cappelletto and by Marco Rizzi's violin, of gestures of love that make themselves sound like in Fantum op 17 by Schumann interpreted by Andrea Lucchesini. In Lucchesini there will also be Quartetto di Fiesole for the Quintetto of Schumann. In the afternoon guided tours in museums and cloisters with music and also to the poetry of Baudelaire, the concert of the Solisti Veneti with Claudio Scimone, Gabriele Ragghianti and Alberto Bocini before the grand finale with Eleonora Abbagnato and the music of Mahler, Vivaldi, Mozart.

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