— Book Only — A cura di Arrigo Quattrocchi. By Arrigo Quattrocchi. By Gioachino Rossini (1792-1868). Book Only. Composed 2003. 532 pages. Fondazione Rossini #FGR9788889947159. Published by Fondazione Rossini (BT.FGR9788889947159). Price: $39.00
Accordion — Sheet Music Single — Folk Music Composed by Arrigo Tomasi. Folk Music. Sheet Music Single. With "". 4 pages. PartiturasDigitales.net #35013. Published by PartiturasDigitales.net (S0.1907). Price: $4.00
Vocal and Piano Reduction — Vocal Score — Opera or Operetta Composed by Arrigo Enrico Boito (1842-1918). Vocal Score. Opera or Operetta. Vocal Score. Composed 1984. 424 pages. Ricordi #CP119599/05. Published by Ricordi (HL.50485475). Price: $151.00
bass and piano — — From "Mefistofele". Composed by Arrigo Enrico Boito (1842-1918). Edited by Francesca Licciarda. Copyright 2014 Schott Music GmbH & Co. KG, Mainz. 5 pages. Published by Schott Music (S9.Q10872). Price: $2.00
voice and piano — vocal score — Composed by Arrigo Enrico Boito (1842-1918). Edited by Humphrey Proctor-Gregg. Vocal score. With Language: Italian and English. International Music Co. #3011. Published by International Music Co. (IM.3011). Price: $7.00
John Arrigo-Nelson’s music has been performed and broadcast throughout the United States and in Europe, and in 2003 he appeared as featured guest composer on Kalvos & Damian’s New Music Bazaar on WGDR radio in Vermont. He holds a Ph.D. from Stony Brook University where his primary teachers were Sheila Silver and Daria Semegen. In 2000, he was a student at the Internationales Musikinstitut Darmstadt for the 40th International Summer Courses in New Music where he studied with Olga Neuwirth, Isabel Mundry and Salvatore Sciarrino.
Arrigo-Nelson has received various awards and recognition, including a MacDowell Colony Fellowship, Stony Brook University’s Ackerman Prize for outstanding graduate studies in music and Honorable Mention in both the ASCAP Foundation Morton Gould and Brian Israel Competitions. His music frequently employs the simultaneous use of conflicting tempi, and two of his compositions have been analyzed and included on composer John Greschak’s website dealing with polytemporal music (www.greschak.com).
He has served on the adjunct faculty of Stony Brook University, the University of Notre Dame, and Indiana University South Bend teaching composition, musicianship, theory, and history. He currently lives in Pittsburgh with his wife and pug.