Gino Gorini - Works for Strings and Piano
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Cat No: TC910702
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 2nd February 2015
ArtistsJessica Oddie (violin)
Kumiko Sakamoto (violin)
Morgan O’Shaughnessey (viola)
Bridget Pasker (cello)
Jakub Tchorzewski (piano)
Gino Gorini, pianist and composer, was a pupil of Gino Tagliapietra and, from 1934 to 1940, of Gian Francesco Malipiero. Tagliapietra was an inheritor of the monumental piano style of Ferruccio Busoni and Egon Petri, who had updated the philosophy of musical performance by criticising late-romantic liberties. Gorini admired him as a virtuoso rather than as a performer, because he did not like his ardent expressiveness and disagreed with personality cult: the latter was largely rejected by the new pianists who were close to modern composition. Gino Gorini was a neoclassical pianist; his objective notion of performance, his anti-romantic attitude and his non-exhibitionistic virtuosity reflected Malipiero’s ideas.
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