Teaching the World to Play
GagliardaOttorino Respighi Arranged by Carrie Lane Grusell
Borrowing a tune form Vincenzo Galilei, father of the famous astronomer Galileo, Respighi brings a bright and energetic taste of the Renaissance to the concert hall. Triple meter, irregular melodic patterns, dotted rhythms, independence of voices, contrasting textures and dynamics are all studied in this wonderful work by a master composer.
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