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Sheet music for Alcides Lanza
accordion — — Classical,Film/TV,Inspirational,Standards
By Mario Lanza and Luciano Pavarotti. This edition: Interactive Download. Classical, Film/TV, Inspirational, Standards. 3 pages. Published by Hal Leonard - Digital Sheet Music (HX.17411).
tenor saxophone — —
Composed by Mauro Lanza. Woodwind music. Published by Noten Roehr (NR.91243).
— CD — Classical
Composed by Andrea Valle and Mauro Lanza. Classical, Contemporary Era. Classical. CD. Stradivarius #STR37138. Published by Stradivarius (NX.STR37138).
— DVD —
By Vesselina Kasarova, Manuel Lanza, Reinaldo Macias; Orchester & Chor Op. By Gioachino Rossini (1792-1868). DVD. Published by EuroArts (NX.2051248).
Maria Stuarda — Polverelli; Piscitelli; Lanza; De Biasio; Alberghini; Coro Lirico Marchigiano "V. Bellini"; Fondazione Orchestra Regio
— 2 listening CDs —
By Polverelli; Piscitelli; Lanza; De Biasio; Alberghini; Coro Lirico Marchigiano "V. Bellini"; Fondazione Orchestra Regio. By Gaetano Donizetti (1797-1848). Naxos Opera. 2 listening CDs. Published by Naxos (NX.8660261-62).
— DVD —
By Sir John Falstaff - Ruggero Raimondi, Ford - Manuel Lanza, Fenton - Da. By Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901). DVD. Published by Reelin' In The Years Productions (NX.DVWW-OPFALF).
— book & listening CD —
By Santina Lanza and Galia Tchernova. By Vincenzo Bellini (1801-1835) and Amilcare Ponchielli (1834-1886). Book & listening CD. Published by Naxos (NX.HLCD9089).
Falstaff — Raimondi; Lanza; Shtoda; Floris; Frittoli; Teatro Del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino; Mehta; Ronconi
— DVD —
By Raimondi; Lanza; Shtoda; Floris; Frittoli; Teatro Del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino; Mehta; Ronconi. By Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901). DVD. Published by Arthaus DVD (NX.107309).
— listening CD —
By Lanza, Callas, Distefano, and Tucci. By Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901). Listening CD. Published by Bella Musica Edition (NX.BM312127).
Voices and Orchestra — Score Only — Contemporary Music
Per Voce, Ensemble E Strumenti Giocattolo. Composed by M. Lanza. Contemporary Music. Score Only. Composed 2006. Ricordi #NR 13922200. Published by Ricordi (BT.NR-13922200).
Among the most recent compositions by alcides lanza,
- ektenes III [1995-I], for clarinet, electroacoustic sounds and digital signal processing [commissioned and premiered by Jean-Guy Boisvert]
- The big dipper [1996-II], for accordion and electroacoustic sounds [commissioned by Joseph Petric]
- Ontem [1999-I] for actress-singer, tablas, percussion and tape [commissioned and premiered by Meg Sheppard and Shawn Mativetsky]
- Plectros V [2000-I] for prepared piano and percussion ensemble [commissioned by Pierre Beluse. Premiered by alcides lanza and Pierre Beluse, with the McGill Percussion ensemble]
- Maderas [2000-II], for marimba[s] and other pieces of wood [commissioned by Smith Publications. Premiered by Shawn Mativetsky and Marianne Stadnyk]
- separata II [2001-II], for flute[s] and other pipes
- aXenas [2002-I], for clarinet, cello, percussion and piano [commissioned by and premiered by GEMS]
- aXions [2002-II], for voice, violin, double bass, percussion and tape [commissioned and premiered by trhe Motion Ensemble, Fredercton, NB]
- expançao [2002-III], for voice, electroacoustic music and DSP [premiered by Meg Sheppard]
- parches [2002-IV], for drums and other skins
- tres piezas [1960-III] for B flat clarinet
- como rocas al sol [2002-V], for accordion and tape
- aXents [2003-I], for chamber ensemble and electroacoustic sounds [tape part created at CCMIX, Paris Written for the NEM Ensemble, Montreal]
Canadian-Argentinian composer, conductor and pianist born in Rosario,
Argentina, in 1929. He moved to New York in 1965, having received a
Guggenheim Foundation fellowship and lived there from 1965 until 1971
where he worked at the Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center. In
1971 he was appointed professor of composition at the Faculty of Music,
McGill University in Montreal. Since 1974 he has been the director of
the Electronic Music Studio at McGill. Lanza continues to have a very
active international career as a pianist and conductor specializing in
the avant garde repertoire. His programs reflect his particular
interest in the music of the three Americas. Lanza has performed Piano
Marathons at Pollack Hall in Montreal, in 1987 and 1992. This last
featured Lanza performing for five hours - non-stop - and included 48
different pieces for piano, electronics and film. Alcides Lanza has
done innumerable radio and television concerts, several LP recordings
and compact discs, and has organized contemporary music forums and
and/or SHELAN Publications:
Home: 6351 TransIsland Ave.
Montreal, QC - CANADA - H3W 3B7
Phone/Fax: 514 733 7216
(Contribution by Alcides Lanza <firstname.lastname@example.org>.)