Malipiero: Chamber Music

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Composer: Riccardo Malipiero
Artists: Rest Ensemble

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Cantabile modernism: New recordings of chamber music by the scion of a distinguished Italian family of composers and musicians.

The Milanese composer Riccardo Malipiero was born in Milan in 1914 and took lessons with his uncle, Gian Francesco Malipiero in the late 30s. Malipiero disowned all that he wrote up until 1938 and saved only a small amount of that written before 1945: the surviving early pieces show the influence of his uncle’s teaching and the neo-classicism of Casella and Stravinsky. However, influenced by Luigi Dallapiccola, he came to embrace a personal, lyrical language of 12-tone composition which ultimately traces its roots back to the music of Berg.

The four-movement Violin Sonata from 1956 makes an ideal introduction to Riccardo Malipiero’s music, with a nervous, waltz-likeScherzo and a frozen slow movement leading into the finale’s extensive violin cadenza, beautifully written for the instrument and played here by Rebecca Raimondi with burning conviction as well as ferocious accuracy (she included the sonata within her Master’s recital at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, from which she graduated in 2017).

Tracklist:
Riccardo Malipiero:
0:00:00 Sonata for Violin and Piano: I. Moderato
0:05:27 Sonata for Violin and Piano: II. Molto presto
0:07:47 Sonata for Violin and Piano: III. Molto lento
0:12:08 Sonata for Violin and Piano: IV. Deciso, ma a cadenza
0:20:59 Ciaccona di Davide
0:34:05 Mosaico II
0:42:40 Trio for Piano, Violin and Cello: I. —
0:48:21 Trio for Piano, Violin and Cello: II. —
0:55:26 Trio for Piano, Violin and Cello: III. —
0:57:12 Trio for Piano, Violin and Cello: IV. —

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