Antonio Pedrotti – Respighi Pini di Roma, Fontane di Roma, Feste Romane / Czech Philharmonic Orchestra / Supraphon Audio CD 1988 Stereo / 11 0291-2 011
Antonio Pedrotti – Respighi Pini di Roma, Fontane di Roma, Feste Romane / Czech Philharmonic Orchestra / Supraphon Audio CD 1988 Stereo / 1102912011
|Římské Pinie (Pini Di Roma) Symfonická Báseň Pro Orchestr / Symphonic Poem For Orchestra
|1||Pinie Z Villy Borghese (I Pini Di Villa Borghese)||2:38|
|2||Pinie U Katakomby (Pini Presso Una Catacomba)||7:27|
|3||Pinie U Janiculu (I Pini Del Gianicolo)||7:30|
|4||Pinie Na Via Appia (I Pini Della Via Appia)||5:10|
Římské Fontány (Fontane Di Roma) Symfonická Báseň / Symphonic Poem
|5||1. Fontána Z Valle Giulia Za Úsvitu (La Fontana Di Valle Giulia Al’Alba)||4:14|
|6||2. Tritonova Fontána Zrána (La Fontana Di Tritone Al Mattino)||2:27|
|7||3. Fontána Di Trevi V Poledne (La Fontana Di Trevi Al Meriggio)||3:13|
|8||4. Fontána Villy Medici Při Západu Slunce (La Fontana De Villa Medici Al Tremonto)||4:43|
Římské Slavnosti (Feste Romane)
||2. Jubileum (Il Giubileo)||6:50|
|11||3. Slavnost Vinobraní (L’Ottobrata)||7:48|
|12||4. Tříkrálový Předvečer (La Befana)||5:00|
About Antonio Pedrotti:
Antonio Pedrotti (August 14, 1901 – May 15, 1975 in Trento) was an Italian conductor and composer.
He studied literature at the university and music at the conservatory in Rome. In 1924 he completed his composition studies under Ottorino Respighi and continued studying conducting with Bernardino Molinari. From 1938 to 1944 he was Molinari's assistant and co-director of Orchestra dell'Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia. He collaborated also with La Scala and l'Orchestra dell'Angelicum in Milan as well as with the Vienna State Opera and with soloists like Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli or David Oistrakh.
According to the family tradition, he supported the musical life in his home town and became conductor of the philharmonic orchestra and director of the conservatory ("Liceo Musicale") in Trento. As a composer he collaborated also with the SAT man's chorus Trento. Since 1989, an international conducting competition takes place every year in that city in his honor ("Concorso internazionale per Direttori d'Orchestra Antonio Pedrotti").
Pedrotti had also a long association with orchestras in then Czechoslovakia. From 1950 to 1972 he was a frequent guest conductor of the Czech Philharmonic, Prague Symphony Orchestra, Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOČR) and Slovak Philharmonic, with whom he made a large number of outstanding performances and recordings (over twenty first Czech recordings of compositions of Johannes Brahms, Gustav Mahler, Maurice Ravel, Claude Debussy, Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Antonio Vivaldi, Modest Musorgsky, Ottorino Respighi, Béla Bartók, Igor Stravinsky etc.). With the Czech Philharmonic he collaborated more than forty times, including concerts in Switzerland and Great Britain (London).
He was well respected particularly for his interpretations of impressionistic and classical music. His way of working with the orchestra as well as his intellect, imagination and sense of facture and colour continued Václav Talich's tradition and played an important role in the development of the Czech Philharmonic.
- Conductor – Antonio Pedrotti
- Editor – Jana Smékalová
- Engineer – František Burda (tracks: 5 to 12), Miloslav Kulhan (tracks: 1 to 4)
- Orchestra – Česká Filharmonie
- Recording Supervisor – Eduard Herzog (tracks: 1 to 4), Ladislav Šíp (tracks: 5 to 12)
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