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Arietta, op. 193, no. 22 (2009)

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Uploaded by: CarsonCooman (05/21/14)
Composer: Ciampa, Leonardo
Sample Producer: Voxus Virtual Organs
Sample Set: 1832 Van Dam - Tholen
Genre: Contemporary
Description:
Leonardo Ciampa (b. 1971) — Arietta, op. 193, no. 22 (2009) for organ

Leonardo Ciampa (b. 1971) was born in Boston, Massachusetts and educated at the New England Conservatory of Music. He is very active as composer, pianist, and organist. As an organ recitalist, Ciampa has made numerous European tours, encompassing Italy, Austria, Germany, and Switzerland. Ciampa’s compositions (which are generally considered “neo-romantic” in style) include “Suite Siciliana”, op. 145 (for two violins, piano, and orchestra), commissioned by the Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra of Boston to open their 25th anniversary season; “The Annunciation,” op. 203 (cantata for chorus, soloists, and strings); the “Kresge Organ Symphony” (his sixth organ symphony), commissioned by MIT and premiered in Kresge Auditorium; a piano quintet (premiered by the Lavazza Chamber Ensemble); and numerous sacred works. As a pianist, Ciampa specializes particularly in the music of Chopin, whose 200th birthday he commemorated with a series of six recitals in Boston. Ciampa is artistic director of organ concerts at Massachusetts Institute Technology and the founding director of MetroWest Choral Artists. An avid writer, Ciampa has written several books, including “The Twilight of Belcanto” and “Don Lorenzo Perosi” (the first English-language biography of that composer). More recently, he compiled and edited “Beniamino Gigli: A Commemoration.”

Published by Evensong Music, Media, and Graphics in “Das Orgeleinbuch” (http://www.evensongmusic.net/ciampaorgan.html)
Performance: Live
Recorded in: Stereo
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