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Results for Ennio Porrino Porrino:
Gli Orazi (C. Guastalla), Milan, 1941; L’organo di bambù (G. Artieri), Venice, 1955; I Shardana (Porrino), Naples, 1959.
Tartarin de Tarascon, 1932; Sardegna, 1932; 3 canzoni italiane, 1937; Sonata drammatica, 1947; Nuraghi, 1952; Concerto dell’Argentarola (guitar/orchestra), 1953; Sonar per musici, 1959; Concertino for trumpet and orchestra.
Altair (ballet), Naples, 1942; Mondo tondo (ballet), Rome, 1949; Il processodi Cristo (oratorio), 1949; Preludio, Aria e Scherzo (for trumpet).
Italian composer. He studied composition with Dobici and Mulé, took a diploma at the Rome Conservatory in 1932, and then attended a course under Respighi. After teaching at the conservatories of Rome and Naples, he was appointed director of the Cagliari Conservatory in 1956. The character of his music is Respighian: there is an indulgent use of illustrative color and a nationalistic rhetoric. A supporter of Salós Facist republic, he wrote for it the "Inno dei legionari" performed in Venice in 1945.
Source: The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, 1980, Volume 15
(contributed by David Ferrante <firstname.lastname@example.org>)
He was conductor and composer. His master was Respighi. His first compositions were the Ouverture "Tartarin de TarascoN" and the symphonic poem "Sardegna"; in all compositions wen can see the presence of the hand of his master Respighi. After this first experience he defined his style: a mix between the Gregorian Chant and the Popular Sardinian Chant. Among his compositions we can recall "Gli Orazi" (1941), "L’Organo di Bambu’" (translated: the bamboo organ) (1955), "I Sharadana" (1959), the primitive sardinian dances for orchestra "Nuraghi" (1952), "La Sonata Drammatica" (translated: the drammatic sonata) (1947) for piano and orchestra and the oratorio "Il Processo di Cristo" (1949).