Moretti: Works for Solo Guitar Marcello Fantoni

Album info

Album-Release:
2018

HRA-Release:
22.11.2018

Label: Dynamic

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Instrumental

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  • Luigi Moretti (1780 - 1850): Overture for Solo Guitar:
  • 1Overture for Solo Guitar: I. Largo00:49
  • 2Overture for Solo Guitar: II. Allegro05:25
  • Variazioni per la chitarra:
  • 3Variazioni per la chitarra: Allegro00:17
  • 4Variazioni per la chitarra: Largo03:40
  • 5Variazioni per la chitarra: Theme01:05
  • 6Variazioni per la chitarra: Var. 101:06
  • 7Variazioni per la chitarra: Intercalare I00:16
  • 8Variazioni per la chitarra: Var. 2, Più largo03:03
  • 9Variazioni per la chitarra: Intercalare. Tempo solito00:16
  • 10Variazioni per la chitarra: Var. 301:22
  • 11Variazioni per la chitarra: Intercalare II00:17
  • 12Variazioni per la chitarra: Var. 4, Largo02:34
  • 13Variazioni per la chitarra: Var. 5, Adagio smorfioso01:55
  • 14Variazioni per la chitarra: Intercalare III00:16
  • 15Variazioni per la chitarra: Var. 6, Allegro assai01:08
  • 16Variazioni per la chitarra: Intercalare IV00:13
  • 17Variazioni per la chitarra: Allegretto00:39
  • 18Variazioni per la chitarra: Allegro assai00:39
  • Guitar Variations on Les folies d'Espagne, Op. 7:
  • 19Guitar Variations on Les folies d'Espagne, Op. 7: Theme. Larghetto00:45
  • 20Guitar Variations on Les folies d'Espagne, Op. 7: Var. 100:40
  • 21Guitar Variations on Les folies d'Espagne, Op. 7: Var. 200:42
  • 22Guitar Variations on Les folies d'Espagne, Op. 7: Var. 300:43
  • 23Guitar Variations on Les folies d'Espagne, Op. 7: Var. 400:37
  • 24Guitar Variations on Les folies d'Espagne, Op. 7: Var. 501:54
  • 25Guitar Variations on Les folies d'Espagne, Op. 7: Var. 600:37
  • Grand Sonata for Solo Guitar, Op. 2:
  • 26Grand Sonata for Solo Guitar, Op. 2: I. Andante grazioso04:21
  • 27Grand Sonata for Solo Guitar, Op. 2: II. Allegro moderato06:32
  • Corrente for Solo Guitar:
  • 28Corrente for Solo Guitar: I. Larghetto sostenuto00:36
  • 29Corrente for Solo Guitar: II. Allegro01:20
  • 30Corrente for Solo Guitar: III. Largo smorfioso01:28
  • 31Corrente for Solo Guitar: IV. Allegro vivace02:00
  • 32Corrente for Solo Guitar: V. Più allegro00:41
  • Grand polonaise:
  • 33Grand polonaise03:41
  • Theme & Variations for Guitar:
  • 34Theme & Variations for Guitar: Theme. Andante01:18
  • 35Theme & Variations for Guitar: Var. 101:14
  • 36Theme & Variations for Guitar: Var. 201:24
  • 37Theme & Variations for Guitar: Var. 301:08
  • 38Theme & Variations for Guitar: Var. 401:14
  • 39Theme & Variations for Guitar: Var. 501:45
  • 40Theme & Variations for Guitar: Var. 601:22
  • 41Theme & Variations for Guitar: Var. 701:16
  • 42Theme & Variations for Guitar: Coda. Allegro assai01:34
  • Variazioni sul tema di un valz originale Tirolese, Op. 8:
  • 43Variazioni sul tema di un valz originale Tirolese, Op. 8: Theme00:59
  • 44Variazioni sul tema di un valz originale Tirolese, Op. 8: Var. 100:53
  • 45Variazioni sul tema di un valz originale Tirolese, Op. 8: Var. 200:55
  • 46Variazioni sul tema di un valz originale Tirolese, Op. 8: Var. 301:03
  • 47Variazioni sul tema di un valz originale Tirolese, Op. 8: Var. 400:54
  • 48Variazioni sul tema di un valz originale Tirolese, Op. 8: Var. 501:30
  • 49Variazioni sul tema di un valz originale Tirolese, Op. 8: Var. 601:09
  • 50Variazioni sul tema di un valz originale Tirolese, Op. 8: Var. 700:52
  • 51Variazioni sul tema di un valz originale Tirolese, Op. 8: Var. 800:56
  • 52Variazioni sul tema di un valz originale Tirolese, Op. 8: Coda. Più allegro00:54
  • Capriccio (Attrib. to L. Moretti):
  • 53Capriccio (Attrib. to L. Moretti): I. Moderato02:18
  • 54Capriccio (Attrib. to L. Moretti): II. Più mosso00:22
  • Total Runtime01:16:37

Info for Moretti: Works for Solo Guitar



World première recording: Luigi Moretti was a nobleman, scholar, music teacher and composer. His principal works were written for the guitar, although he also produced remarkable compositions for the voice and for piano. He was one of the finest members of the splendid group of Italian proponents of guitar music during the first quarter of the 19th century, whose works inexplicably fell into oblivion. Thanks to the talent and pioneering spirit of Marcello Fantoni, Dynamic is proud to fill that void with these world premiere recordings of Morettis works. They reveal the expert hand of an up-to-date and cosmopolitan composer, and feature the remarkable interpretative skills of a young and talented guitarist.

Marcello Fantoni, guitar



Marcello Fantoni
began studying classical guitar at the age of eight. Under the guidance of Lena Kokkaliari and Paolo Paolini he graduated from the Conservatory of Milan summa cum laude in performance. At the same institution, for a brief period, he studied composition with Danilo Lorenzini and Davide Anzaghi. He also studied musical analysis at the Department of Musicological and Paleographic-Philological Studies of the University of Cremona.

He was awarded a Sergio Dragoni Foundation scholarship and in 1996 took advanced courses with Eliot Fisk at the Salzburg Mozarteum, and then with Leo Brouwer in Córdoba, and Oscar Ghiglia at the Accademia Chigiana, Siena, where he won a scholarship and a Diploma of Merit. The Rome ARAM Association hailed him as an emerging talent, inviting him to play during their concert season.

He attended masterclasses held by Eduardo Fernández (2005), Timo Koronen (2005), Leo Brouwer (2006) and Pavel Steidel (2006) at the Conservatory of Florence where, in 2007, he earned a master’s degree in performance.

His compositions include Perpetuum, omaggio a Egberto Gismonti (for solo guitar, 2004), Omaggio a Michel Petrucciani, Omaggio a Manuel de Falla and Sonata Semplice. He has a number of broadcasts and recordings to his credit including the works of Spanish composer Tomás Marco released on the Italian label Dynamic. In 2014 Tomás Marco dedicated to Marcello Fantoni his chamber work for guitar, the Trio Concertante n. 5 “Cartografias of Melodrama” (for flute, viola and guitar). In 2015 he made the world première recording of guitar works by the Sevillian composer Manuel Castillo (1930–2005) on Naxos.

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