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Andrea also had an elder sister named Adele, who died six months before his birth. Lombardi esegue anche alcuni programmi di sue composizioni per pianoforte. During this period of his life, he was primarily occupied with literary, musical and artistic criticism. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. From a very young age, Savinio's piano playing impressed critics nearly unanimously. Daniele Lombardi. Andrea Portera.

He also extensively wrote and produced works for the theatre. His work received mixed reviews during his lifetime, often due to his pervasive use of modernist techniques. His elder brother, three years his senior, was the renowned artist Giorgio de Chirico. Andrea also had an elder sister named Adele, who died six months before his birth. Later in his life, Andrea would reflect upon his foreign birth as a special opportunity to determine his own destiny through determination of his own national identity.

Andrea was primarily homeschooled by his mother, while living in Greece. He often depicts his father as educationally restrictive, authoritarian and oppressive. Partly due to his restrictive learning environment at home, Andrea learned to love Greece. At a young age he became enthralled by the Ancient Greek ruins and culture , which were conducive to creativity and fantasy during his childhood. As a result, Andrea would later often credit Greece for his love of critical thinking and irony.

In addition to his homeschooling, Andrea also enjoyed a strong musical education. At the age of twelve, he graduated from the Athens Conservatory with a concentration in piano and music composition. When he was fourteen, his father died. In response, Andrea composed a requiem in his father's memory. Andrea's family then returned to their ethnic homeland of Italy. Staying in Italy only briefly, the family again relocated, this time to Munich , Germany. While living in Germany, Andrea began to be tutored in piano and composition by renowned musician Max Reger.

While under Reger's tutelage, Andrea composed his first piece to receive critical acclaim, a three-act opera, Carmela ; as well as an opera of lesser acclaim, Il tesoro del Rampsenita. Carmela was quickly noticed by composer Pietro Mascagni , and music publisher Ricordi. By , when Andrea was twenty, his music had become popular enough to be performed in public in Munich. The same year, Andrea set out on his own, moving to Paris, France an epicenter of activity for the European avant-garde and modernist movements.

In Paris, he befriended Guillaume Apollinaire , one of the foremost poets , critics , and artists at large in the avant-garde movement.

Andrea developed an interest in the art of mime during this period, as well. In , largely in an effort to differentiate himself from his increasingly famous artist-brother, Giorgio de Chirico, Andrea adopted the penname Alberto Savinio. Il mondo della natura lo affascina con i suoi e-nigmi e con i suoi misteri. Rognoni e A. Testi originali di Alberto Savinio. Il cuore di Giuseppe Verdi: Preti!

Un passo ancor e scopro il suo cuor! Ritagliato in carta rossa, con le piume palpitanti gonfio di voce, ah! Tutto sa di rosa, Maria, per te… Mama! La mort de M. Mon coeur est captif dans le filet de mes veines rouges et bleues. Pour toi je meurs, mon roi! Ah… Ah… Ah… Ah…. In fondo tu sei sempre stato solo… e allora? Il cuore di Giuseppe Verdi. Andante 2. La solitude Couplet. Nel Primo Concerto per pianoforte e orchestra S. Petersburg , Spivakov, Lombardi, Virtuosi di Mosca e in Impromptwo Colmar , Spivakov, Virtuosi di Mosca , ha utilizzato lasers con fibre ottiche che visualizzano il gesto esecutivo del movimento dell'arco.

Ha scritto alcune opere nella forma di mixed media: Faustimmung Firenze , G. Lombardi esegue anche alcuni programmi di sue composizioni per pianoforte, e spesso i suoi recitals pianistici presentano inusitati profili che storicamente collegano autori romantici come Chopin o Heller a musiche di oggi.

Presente in numerose importanti sedi concertistiche e festivals come il Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, la Biennale Musica di Venezia etc. Verdi" di Milano. The musicological interest underlying this research has led him to write on this subject articles and the book Il suono veloce.

Futurismo e futurismi in musica Ricordi-Lim, Milan Marsia ; 2. Elegia ; 3. Portale Biografie. Portale Musica classica.

Ha da sempre avuto un profondo interesse per una idea multimediale dell'arte. La doppia formazione di studi musicali e visuali lo ha posto in una dimensione che ingloba segno, gesto e suono in una sola idea di percezione molteplice, tra analogie, contrasti, stratificazioni e associazioni.

Dal ha prodotto disegni , dipinti , opere grafiche digitali ed audiovisive che sono il frutto della conversione in immagini di un pensiero musicale. Ha proposto questi, che definisce "Notazioni di fatti sonori che l'esecutore ricrea nella propria immaginazione", alla meditata contemplazione silenziosa del normale pubblico abituato ad ascoltare musica ai concerti, per la prima volta al Festival Autunno Musicale di Como del Ipotesi di teatro metamusicale.

Savinio believed that the selection of a penname allowed him a moment of self-determination; something in which he could choose his own destiny. For Savinio, being an ethnic and cultural Italian was much like a cultural penname for him.

This "indirect" birth is an ironic situation, as stylistic solution, a condition that has added certain nuances, certain subtleties, certain half and quarter-tone passages to the national faculties of the man Dolcemare which "direct" birth would not have permitted …. Italian more Italian than the Italian since the "Italian" in him is not a "place of birth", but a condition discovered, wanted, conquered.

Early in their lives, Andrea and his brother Giorgio were nearly inseparable, even referring to themselves as Castor and Pollux , the warrior twins. As children, there was tremendous collaboration between the brothers that led to strong overlap of themes later in life. The most well noted of these overlapping themes was that of the mythical Greek Argonauts , as a metaphor for their development and journey as artists.

There is evidence to suggest, however, that their relationship frayed in later life. Although their deceased sister Adele appears in and is mentioned frequently in Savinio's memoirs and autobiographies, Giorgio fails to appear at all in any of them. Judgments of Savinio's work varied wildly depending on the phase of his life and the reviewer. Many of Savinio's most critically praised works are also amongst his most disliked and misunderstood.

This is largely due to Savinio's frequent and controversial use of modernist techniques for creative expression. From a very young age, Savinio's piano playing impressed critics nearly unanimously. Guillaume Apollinaire said of it:.

I was surprised and beguiled; Savinio mistreated his instrument so much that after each piece the keyboard had to be cleared of chips and splinters. I foresee that within two years he will have gutted every piano in Paris.

Savinio will then go on to destroy every piano in the universe, which may be a true liberation. Judgment of his body of work as a whole was seen in , when the Venice Biennale created a room devoted solely to Savinio's artistic legacy. According to the art historian Jean Clair , the works of Savinio and his brother Giorgio de Chirico were the basis of both the surrealist movement and magic realism.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Dictionary of Literary Biography. Detroit: Thomson Gale, Stanford University, Web. Art of enigma: the de Chirico brothers and the politics of modernism. The musicological interest underlying this research has led him to write on this subject articles and the book Il suono veloce.

Futurismo e futurismi in musica Ricordi-Lim, Milan His extensive repertoire includes many works written in the last years, and many compositions which have been dedicated to him.

Daniele Lombardi has always been deeply interested in a multimedia concept of art. His education, in both music and the visual arts, has placed him in the position to incorporate sign, gesture, and sound into a unitary concept of multiple perception, through analogies, contrasts, stratifications, and associations.

The drawings, paintings, computer graphics, videos, which he has been producing since , are the results of the transcodification of musical thought into images, a visualization of energies lying behind the sound itself, as potential becoming.

In , at Como Festival "Autunno musicale", he exhibited for the first time what he defines as Notazioni di fatti sonori che l'esecutore ricrea nella propria immaginazione Notations of sound events which the performer recreates in his own imagination to be contemplated in silent meditation by a normal audience, used to listening to music at concerts Ipotesi di teatro metamusicale.

From the experiences of those days to the virtual reality of the present, Lombardi believes visual expression and sound to be inseparably joined and his research ranges between abstract inner visions and the idea of an impact on everyday life, between the ready-made and the mirage, as in his recent La luce , a melologue on texts by Pier Paolo Pasolini, in which a background of sound includes environmental noise from Pasolini's films.

Ritagliato in carta rossa, con le piume palpitanti gonfio di voce, ah! Tutto sa di rosa, Maria, per te… Mama! La mort de M. Mon coeur est captif dans le filet de mes veines rouges et bleues. Pour toi je meurs, mon roi! Ah… Ah… Ah… Ah…. In fondo tu sei sempre stato solo… e allora? Il cuore di Giuseppe Verdi. Andante 2. La solitude Couplet. Alberto Savinio : Les Chants de la mi-mort, suite pour piano revisione di L.

Largo — Presto — Adagio — Allegro 2. Largo — Vivo — Poco meno mosso — Vivo — Meno mosso 3. Savinio , Scatola sonora , con una introduzione di F. Porzio , Savinio musicist a.