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Repertoire

À la vie (to the Great War [1914-1918], music by Malipiero, Casella, Piacentini, Tosti)

American beauty (Songs of last hundred of years, from Ives to Cage, to today)

Besides Futurism (from Futurism to Cathy and over)

Concerto di sogni (a dreaming concert in the death centenary of Francesco Paolo Tosti)

Ennio Morricone: Epitaffi sparsi (the complete work with preludes and postludes dedicated to the Duo Alterno)

French melody and Italian chamber lyric (great French and Italian composers between XIXth and XX Century)

From Cabaret to Musical (Schoenberg's Brettlieder and Weill's and Gerchwin's Songs)

From telescope to telegraph, to fotomusica (1609 – 1909 – 2009: concert performance with video-projections, set in Guglielmo Marconi's lounge)

Immagini riflesse. A journey between music and figures in the heart of Neapolitan Baroque and its reflections (Scarlatti, Durante, Pergolesi, Marcello, Donizetti, Piacentini, Tosti)

Italian dialects at concert (popular and cultured together)

Italian journey (from Turin to Venice, Bologna, Florence, Pescara, Rome, Naples, Palermo...)

Love songs from Italy (the best love songs by Donizetti, Tosti, Berio, Ferrero, Vacchi, Battistelli)

Lyrics and songs of the first Italian XXth Century (Puccini, Tosti, Alfano, Ghedini, Casella...)

“Musica fabulosa” (from Mahler to Busoni, Respighi, Malipiero...)

New Lieder from Italy (recent Italian contemporary music in German language)

“Photo-music with photo-sounds": multimedial appointment (poetics for the environment)

Songs and Gestures in a musical space (from Berio's Quattro canzoni popolari to Bussotti's Lachrimae)

The Crepuscolar Voice (XXth century Nocturnes and Serenades)

The Italian Contemporary Voice (Italian vocal contemporaneities, from Berio, Dallapiccola, Maderna, Manzoni, Morricone, Petrassi... to the last generations)

7x7+7. Eight nursery rhymes fro voice of mummy (interactive performance for children)


Particularly the program The Italian Contemporary Voice was often performed together with the homonymous master-class.

Click here to see the whole catalogue of works in Duo Alterno's repertoire.
• American beauty (Songs of last hundred of years, from Ives to Cage, to today)

• Besides Futurism (from Futurism to Cathy and over)

Ennio Morricone: Epitaffi sparsi (the complete work with preludes and postludes dedicated to the Duo Alterno)

French melody and Italian chamber lyric (great French and Italian composers between XIXth and XX Century)

• From Cabaret to Musical (Schoenberg's Brettlieder and Weill's and Gerchwin's Songs)

From telescope to telegraph, to fotomusica (1609 – 1909 – 2009: concert performance with video-projections, set in Guglielmo Marconi's lounge)

Italian dialects at concert (popular and cultured together)

• Italian journey (from Turin to Venice, Bologna, Florence, Pescara, Rome, Naples, Palermo...)

Love songs from Italy (the best love songs by Donizetti, Tosti, Berio, Ferrero, Vacchi, Battistelli)

• Lyrics and songs of the first Italian XXth Century (Puccini, Tosti, Alfano, Ghedini, Casella...)

Musica fabulosa (from Mahler to Busoni, Respighi, Malipiero...)

• New Lieder from Italy (recent Italian contemporary music in German language)

• “Photo-music with photo-sounds": multimedial appointment (poetics for the environment)

• Songs and Gestures in a musical space (from Berio's Quattro canzoni popolari to Bussotti's Lachrimae)

• The Crepuscolar Voice (XXth century Nocturnes and Serenades)

• The Italian Contemporary Voice (Italian vocal contemporaneities, from Berio, Dallapiccola, Maderna, Manzoni, Morricone, Petrassi... to the last generations)

• 7x7+7. Eight nursery rhymes fro voice of mummy (interactive performance for children)


Particularly
the program The Italian Contemporary Voice was often performed together with the homonymous master-class (as you can read in Concerts and master-classes).

You will find a whole catalogue of works in Duo Alterno's repertoire inside the following pdf file linked to the animated gif.

 

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