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Message par giorgio signorile » dim. 16 décembre 2012, 19:22

Pardon pour l'anglais :D mais il n'y'à pas la traduction en Francais :oops:
The Alpinia Suite was commissioned and composed for the festival «Chitarrissima 2011» and is dedicated to my friend and colleague Elio Galvagno. It was performed for the first time on August 30, 2011, in the Church of San Giovanni in Saluzzo, by an ensemble of professional and student guitarists from all over Europe. This piece was written to commemorate the first ascent of mount Monviso, by William Mathews, Frederick Jacomb, Jean Baptiste Croz and Michel Croz, exactly 150 years before, on August 30, 1861.
The first movement is a small Waltz. I imagined a Masca (a sort of alpine pixie, a teasing sprite), dancing all around the house and playing tricks, mostly harmless and funny. The Masca is a legendary and very important character in the folklore of my valleys, and all rationally inexplicable events of everyday life are ascribed to her – such as objects that cannot be found anymore, holes in flour sacks, salt in sugar bowls...
The next two movements are a homage to the Mountains. The Tale is a sort of journal, a bright and peaceful chronicle of a hike uphill, in which the beauty of the place is highlighted by an easy harmony and a sweet melody. After this, Underground sequences evokes that same world in a darker and nocturnal way; the faster pace and the choice of repeated and varying patterns are meant to show the transformation of the former environment into something more complex and tormented. Here mountains are a metaphor of human life, warts and all: their sundrenched slopes and their green pasture grasslands, but also their icy and dangerous northern sides, which demand calm, training and caution.
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Message par giorgio signorile » dim. 16 décembre 2012, 19:24

Pardon je n'ai pas la traduction en francais de la prefaction :oops:
Ever since I decided to become a teacher, I have tried to combine the teaching aspect with the musical one, because I think it is important to understand, even in the early years of practice, what playing a piece actually means: that is, to learn to be expressive, to make sense of the writ- ten music and to go beyond simply reproducing notes.
The repertoire available to teachers nowadays is very broad and rich. Pupils often have to deal with pieces of music written hundreds years ago, pieces difficult to connect to – neverthe- less, they are part of a path that must be covered. On the other hand, students must encounter modern compositions, with their own contemporary musical language which needs to be deve- loped over the years: otherwise the lack of understanding leads to a risk of misrepresentation. Then, there are collections by composers and guitarists who work in the teaching environment and who try to grow the student’s repertoire with new pieces of music. Depending on the students’ potential, these pieces help them to improve technique and interpretation gradually, keeping them in touch with sounds and moods that are relatively simple and understandable.
This is therefore the aim of my collection: these ten pieces are of medium difficulty and have an international atmosphere, in the way that they move between languages that are typical of each country. Profiting from these idiosyncrasies, they deal with the technical elements that can be considered characteristic of beginners’ guitar: arpeggios, legatos, scales and so on. Each one has a rhythmically evocative style and often a folk-music inspiration, which the pupils themsel- ves will be able to set in their geographical and musical context and that they will certainly want to deepen, seeking the right interpretation, based on their knowledge of that particular musical landscape.
The journey starts in Rome (how could it not?) and lands in Nashville, city of jazz and blues music: it is not only a musical journey, but also a theoretical one throughout the study of the instrument. Therefore, my book is open to new genres of music, including even classical... just not too classical!
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Message par giorgio signorile » dim. 16 décembre 2012, 19:25

Pardon je n'ai pas la tradution de la prefaction en francais :oops:
For me, composing music is a way of opening myself up to the world, revealing a part of myself; music-making is speaking to the world, expressing my own artistic and human experience. The kind of language that I like is direct and simple. It is the only way I know and has led me to write music using the repertoire that I have always loved studying and performing in public, filtered though my own sensitivity and inspiration.
These pieces were conceived and written between 2010 and 2012; they are moments of my life that could not continue to be just thoughts, memories and images. In these pieces of music, it’s also possible to find the affection that I have for the guitar. This instrument is able to speak softly and hold timbres that no other instrument can afford...
Le colline di Karen (Karen’s Hills) is a homage to the English writer Karen Blixen, who lived for several years in the region of Ngong hills, Kenya. There, the weather allows the growth of beautiful forests, green plains of tea and coffee plantations, smiling and welcoming people... It is dedicated to Giorgio Mirto.
Quel mare che non c’era (That Sea that was never there) was composed in celebration of the centenary of the foundation of Milano Marittima (Cervia), at the suggestion of my friend Giovanni Demartini, to whom it is dedicated. It is a musical description of the Adriatic sea, that in my memory is the sea of families and holiday camps: friendly and calm. The arpeggio is the leitmotif of this piece, as an imitation of the slow movement of the waves.
La my piccola gioia (My little Joy), as the title suggests, demonstrates my personal joy of playing. It is my job and, as I always say, is unique and wonderful. This piece is written with an unusual tuning, that is different from the traditional one, with the first and the sixth string in D: this gives it a particularly bright mood. The piece sits on the borderline between classical and acoustic genres and is dedicated to Giulio Tampalini.
Variazioni su un respiro (Variations on a Breath) ends the collection and was written for Luigi Picardi. These variations are small changes in the development of the melody: bass additions, arpeggio inversions, tremolos... a musical memory of emotions experienced in the Eternal City.
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Re: Giorgio Signorile - Alpinia, Suite pour 5 Guitares-Ut Orp

Message par Giuseppe Gasparini » lun. 17 décembre 2012, 09:18

Bonjour M°Giorgio, votre travail est toujours beau et utile :merci: :merci: :bye:

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Message par giorgio signorile » jeu. 20 décembre 2012, 09:35

10 morceaux faciles dédiées à les villes que je connaissais et que j'aimais. Un morceau, Paris, est dédié à mon ami Jean-François Delcamp

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