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Posthumous Publication of Renato de Grandis's Egloga d'estate

Nov. 01, 2020

Renato de Grandis (1927–2008) was a student of Gian Francesco Malipiero and Bruno Maderna in Venice and later found his new home in the vicinity of the Darmstadt school, then in Brussels. After trying to find his compositional voice in the avant-garde, he concentrated on a tonal musical language and on reinventing old and non-European forms. Egloga d'estate for small orchestra comes from the composer's estate and is available for premiere performances. The performance material will be available shortly and the score can be viewed here.

Listen to Renato de Grandis's Preludes for piano:

(48 Preludes for Piano/Renato de Grandis/Antonio Tarallo, piano)

To learn more about Renato de Grandis, visit: schott-music.com.

Renato de Grandis
Egloga d'estate (2002-2003)
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