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Francesco d' Avalos
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SATB choir, a cappella — choir part — Secular, Early Music - Renaissance
Composed by Jacques Arcadelt, Alfonso Avalos Del Vasto, Jacques Barbier. Secular, Early Music - Renaissance. Choir part. 2 pages. Published by Editions a Coeur Joie (CJ.A110906062).
— Choral Octavo — Masterwork; Renaissance; Sacred
Composed by Orlande De Lassus (1532-1594). Arranged by A. Avalos. Masterworks; Performance Music Ensemble; Single Titles. Alfred Archive Edition: H. W. Gray Publications. Masterwork; Renaissance; Sacred. Choral Octavo. 4 pages. Jubilate Music Group #00-PROCH02899. Published by Jubilate Music Group (AP.PROCH02899).
Choir, Orchestra, Piano — Choral Score — Classical, Mass, Sacred
Vocal Score. By Gian Francesco Malipiero. By Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741). Edited by Francesco Bellezza and Gian Francesco Malipiero. Arranged by Francesco Bellezza. Choral Large Works. Classical, Mass, Sacred. Choral Score. Composed 1998. 76 pages. Ricordi #NR131415. Published by Ricordi (HL.50022290).
3 solo alto voices/solo tenor voice/2 solo bass voices/SATB choir/2 violins/basso continuo — Study Score —
Dramma per musica in 3 acts. Composed by Francesco Cavalli (1602-1676). Edited by Alvaro Torrente and Nicola Badolato. This edition: urtext edition. Paperback. Barenreiter Urtext. Urtext from Francesco Cavalli - Opere. Study Score. Baerenreiter Verlag #TP00891. Published by Baerenreiter Verlag (BA.TP00891).
Choir,SATB,SSA — Score — 21st Century,Contemporary Christian,Sacred
Composed by Francesco Barbuto. 21st Century, Contemporary Christian, Sacred. Score. 70 pages. Published by Francesco Barbuto (S0.502395).
— listening CD (2 discs) — Classical
By Francesco Baroni. By Francesco Saverio Geminiani. Country of Origin: Italy. Classical. Listening CD (2 discs). Published by Stradivarius (NX.STR37051).
Vocal — — Classical
Low Voice. Composed by Francesco Paolo Tosti (1846-1916). Vocal Collection. Classical. 176 pages. Published by Ricordi (HL.50484321).
High Voice, Piano — Softcover with CD — Classical
(Songs) High Voice and Piano. Composed by Francesco Paolo Tosti (1846-1916). Vocal Collection. Classical. Softcover with CD. Composed 2007. 84 pages. Ricordi #NR139837. Published by Ricordi (HL.50486835).
2 solo-violins, solo-cello/double bass, string orchestra and basso continuo — Score — Classical
La Follia from Corellis op. 5/12. Composed by Francesco Geminiani (1687-1762). Edited by Walter Kolneder. Arranged by Francesco Geminiani. This edition: Saddle stitching. Sheet music. Antiqua (Chamber Music). Classical. Score. 31 pages. Schott Music #ANT 43. Published by Schott Music (HL.49000195).
6 Sonatas Op. 5 (H. 109-114) for Violin and Basso Continuo - Vol. 2: Sonatas IV-VI — Francesco Geminiani
Violin and Basso Continuo — Score and Parts — Early Music
Composed by Francesco Geminiani (1687-1762). Edited by Christopher Hogwood. Francesco Geminiani Opera Omnia. Early Music. Score and Parts. 60 pages. Ut Orpheus #PEG 04. Published by Ut Orpheus (UT.PEG-04).
- Symphony no. 1 for soprano and orchestra
- Symphony no. 2 for soprano and orchestra
- Maria di Venosa for orchestra, vocal soloists and chorus
- Qumran for orchestra, vocal soloists and chorus
- Hymne an die Nacht for orchestra
- Studio Sinfonico for orchestra
- Psiche e Eros for orchestra
- Musica per un dramma immaginario for orchestra
- Vexilla Regis for chorus and orchestra
- Lines for soprano and orchestra
- Il Fiume Wang for soprano and strings
- Sonata da chiesa for strings
- Quintetto for piano an strings
- Piano music
Francesco d’Avalos was born in Naples, the descendant of an ancient and aristocratic family.
He studied music from the age of twelve - composition with Renato Parodi and piano with Vincenzo Vitale. He later studied Philosophy at the Univesity of Naples.
He started his professional career as a composer after he was awarded the diploma in composition at the Conservatory of San Pietro a majella of Naples, graduating with the highest honours.
He attended courses on conducting at Siena’s prestigious Chigiana Academy under the tutelage of Paul van Kempen, Franco Ferrara and Sergiu Celibidache and was soon conducting in Italy and abroad.
He was the guest of various orchestras: Rai orchestras of Rome, Turin, Naples, Radio Hamburg, Radio Frankfurt, Gerusalemme Philarmonic Orchestra, Hungarian State Symphony Orchestra, Philarmonia Orchestra of London, etc. He also conducted in Copenhagen, Lugano, Zurich, Stuttgart, Cologne, Lyons, at Teatro Comunale in Florence, Teatro San Carlo in Naples, and Milan’s theatres, Teatro alla Scala and teatro Nuovo, and elsewhere.
He dedicated most of his time to Composition; although his first work was composed at the age of twelve, he regards his first composition as "Psiche" written at the age of 17. He prefers the symphonic genre and has produced a number of notable orchestral works. He also composed chamber music and piano music. His "Simphony n1" was performed at the Norddeutscher Rundfunk (Hamburg) and Hans Werner Henze conducted D’Avalos "Himne an die Nacht" with the Hessischer Rundfunk (Frankfurt). Qumran, study for orchestra, was conducted by Eliau Inbal at La Scala, Milan.
D’Avalos has dedicated his time and iterest to teaching since 1972, when he was appointed by Nino Rota (the director of the Conservatory of Music at Bari) to teach Composition at the Bari Conservatory (1972-1979). After he was teacher of Composition at the Naples Conservatory (1979-1998).
Since 1987 he has recorded regularly in London, with the Philarmonia Orchestra. He recorded works of Bruckner, Chausson, Franck, Liszt, Raff, Schubert, Smetana, Wagner, the Complete Orchestral Works of Brahms, Mendelssohn, Clementi and Martucci.
He received the Composition Prize "Premio Selezione Marzotto 1958", the "Grand Prix International du Disque Academie Charles Cros - Paris 1990" for the recordig of Martucci Orchestral Works, "Mra Award 1991" for the recording of Raff’s Symphony n3, "Compact Discotèque idèale 1991" for the recording of Franck and Chausson Symphonies.