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  1. Brilliant Classics pubblica il CD "Gangi Music for Guitar" dedicato alla musica per chitarra sola di Mario Gangi interpretata dal chitarrista italiano Alessandro Minci. La tracklist include: Jennifer • Blues • Fiaba • Preludio a Eva • Con Tanta Tenerezza • Sonatina in Stile Antico • Berceuse per Sara Ricordo • Incantevole • Ninna Nanna a Pabù • Canzone Breve • Sara • Raccontino • Gavottina • Marianne • Piccola Ballata • Melodietta • La Pianola • Crepuscolo • Panoramica Dal sito dell'editore: Mario Gangi (1923-2010) was among the pre-eminent Italian guitarists of his generation. Born in Rome to a professional jazz-musician father, Gangi graduated from the city’s Accademia della Santa Cecilia and soon followed in his father’s footsteps as both an orchestral bassist (with the local radio orchestra) and a guitarist. This latter career took off in the 50s: Gangi gave several important first performances of concertos by the likes of Petrassi and even Giuliani. A distinguished discography bears testament to a supremely fluent technician whose gifts as a shaper of melody are reflected in these brief songs for guitar on this album. According to the guitarist Alessandro Minci, these songs explore the most intimate and sensitive side of Gangi’s output for the guitar, combining jazz, classical and popular idioms in an entirely personal voice and one which speaks with the eclectic, cosmopolitan spirit of his age. The album thus makes an essential complement to the Brilliant Classics issue of the 22 Studies (BC95204) drawn from the third volume of Gangi’s influential guitar method. Several of them evoke natural landscapes; others cast wistful glances back at childhood, at the Baroque heritage of his instrument, and at past loves and passions.
  2. Le edizioni musicali UT Orpheus pubblicano la Suite Barocca di Mario Gangi (1923-2010) curata da Carlo Carfagna in collaborazione con Francesco Russo. La composizione è composta da: Adagio Minuetto Allegro Giga Dal sito dell'editore: Mario Gangi profonde in questo duo la sua notevole poliedricità cimentandosi con maestria in una composizione dallo stile similmente barocco con riprese, progressioni, imitazioni e abbellimenti che vengono trattati con estrema naturalezza. Il manoscritto appare essenziale, privo di diteggiatura, di indicazioni espressive, agogiche e dinamiche con l’eccezione della Giga, nella quale compaiono alcune note accentuate e delle “forchette” fedelmente qui riportate. Trattandosi di una Suite in stile, non è stato ritenuto opportuno appesantirla con indicazioni dinamiche ed espressive, lasciando così una certa libertà agli interpreti. La diteggiatura e le (poche) indicazioni timbriche sono state aggiunte nel rispetto della concezione strumentale del Maestro. Questa Suite barocca, insieme alla Suite spagnola e alla Suite italiana, entra a far parte di un ipotetico “trittico”, sicuramente eterogeneo ma dai connotati stilistici inequivocabilmente riconducibili alla concezione musicale di Mario Gangi. In allegato un'anteprima. Suite Barocca Mario Gangi.pdf
  3. Concerto dell'Argentarola per chitarra e orchestra che Mario Gangi tenne a Napoli sotto la guida dell'autore il 19 aprile 1958, nella Sala grande del Conservatorio con l'orchestra napoletana della Radio Televisione Italiana. La registrazione fu trasmessa nel decennale della scomparsa di Ennio Porrino (1910-1959). Il concerto è preceduto da un'intervista a Mario Gangi. Nella stessa serata il Maestro Gangi eseguì anche il Concerto di Mauro Giuliani op.30
  4. La nuova registrazione dei 22 Studi per chitarra di Mario Gangi a cura di Andrea Pace. Dal sito dell'editore: This is only the second complete recording of the 22 studies by Mario Gangi (1923-2010), and the first to have international distribution. Gangi wrote them towards the climax of his professional career as one of the most renowned guitarists in postwar Italy. He gave first performances of works by his fellow Italians Ennio Porrino and Goffredo Petrassi, among others, but this album grows from his lasting work as a teacher at the conservatories of Rome and Naples. Ricordi published his three-volume method which gathers up the fruits of decades of experience as a performer and teacher. The last part is dedicated to this set of 22 studies. Gangi devoted special attention to techniques pertaining to the left hand: fixed and barre chords, polyphony, scales and legato. In addition he developed exercises for perfecting advanced arpeggios, repeated notes and melodic thumb position. However, even the most casual attention paid to the album, and to Enrico Pace’s sensitive performance, will reveal to the listener that these studies are so much more than technical exercises, but fine, free-standing pieces in their own right. Admitting the influence of jazz and the Latin-American world of Astor Piazzolla and Villa-Lobos, they are unfailingly tuneful, readily capturing a mood whether snappy (the Seventh in particular) or often surprisingly rhapsodic: in this regard the first study sets the tone for the set as a whole. ‘Small masterpieces,’ Pace calls them in his booklet note, ‘small works of art in their own right, pieces that can hold their own in concert halls’; they will find an appeal way beyond the specialised guitar market. Mario Gangi (1923-2010) was one of the most important protagonists of the guitar in 20th century Italy. A performer of world rank he also did extensive scholarly work to promote the publication and performances of contemporary guitar works. The 22 Studies by Gangi deal with every technical aspect of the guitar technique: scales, arpeggios, repeated notes, polyphony, melodic use of the thumb. But far from being dry exercises they reveal a warm musical personality, which imbued the 20th century influences of Jazz, Latin-America, and the European guitar tradition. Played with consummate skill and feeling by master guitarist Andrea Pace, who already recorded successfully for Brilliant Classics works by Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco (BC94833).
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    La recensione di Carlo Carfagna del concerto di Mario Gangi nell'ambito dell’edizione del 1965 di Musiktage, festival nel quale, nel corso delle edizioni, compaiono composizioni di autori del calibro di Igor Stravinsky, Luciano Berio, Karlheinz Stockhausen, Arnold Schönberg e molti altri. Gangi presentò la prima esecuzione di Ode super “Chrysea phorminx” scritta tra il 1962 e il 1964 dal compositore rumeno Roman Vlad (1919-2013).
  6. La nuova registrazione dei 22 Studi per chitarra di Mario Gangi a cura di Andrea Pace. Dal sito dell'editore: This is only the second complete recording of the 22 studies by Mario Gangi (1923-2010), and the first to have international distribution. Gangi wrote them towards the climax of his professional career as one of the most renowned guitarists in postwar Italy. He gave first performances of works by his fellow Italians Ennio Porrino and Goffredo Petrassi, among others, but this album grows from his lasting work as a teacher at the conservatories of Rome and Naples. Ricordi published his three-volume method which gathers up the fruits of decades of experience as a performer and teacher. The last part is dedicated to this set of 22 studies. Gangi devoted special attention to techniques pertaining to the left hand: fixed and barre chords, polyphony, scales and legato. In addition he developed exercises for perfecting advanced arpeggios, repeated notes and melodic thumb position. However, even the most casual attention paid to the album, and to Enrico Pace’s sensitive performance, will reveal to the listener that these studies are so much more than technical exercises, but fine, free-standing pieces in their own right. Admitting the influence of jazz and the Latin-American world of Astor Piazzolla and Villa-Lobos, they are unfailingly tuneful, readily capturing a mood whether snappy (the Seventh in particular) or often surprisingly rhapsodic: in this regard the first study sets the tone for the set as a whole. ‘Small masterpieces,’ Pace calls them in his booklet note, ‘small works of art in their own right, pieces that can hold their own in concert halls’; they will find an appeal way beyond the specialised guitar market. Mario Gangi (1923-2010) was one of the most important protagonists of the guitar in 20th century Italy. A performer of world rank he also did extensive scholarly work to promote the publication and performances of contemporary guitar works. The 22 Studies by Gangi deal with every technical aspect of the guitar technique: scales, arpeggios, repeated notes, polyphony, melodic use of the thumb. But far from being dry exercises they reveal a warm musical personality, which imbued the 20th century influences of Jazz, Latin-America, and the European guitar tradition. Played with consummate skill and feeling by master guitarist Andrea Pace, who already recorded successfully for Brilliant Classics works by Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco (BC94833). Maggiori informazioni: http://www.brilliantclassics.com/articles/g/gangi-22-studies-for-guitar/ Guarda l'articolo nell'archivio delle Novità Discografiche
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