Ottorino Respighi

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Respighi was a versatile composer who translated into music powerful visual experiences and feelings of deep attachment to cherished places.
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Pini di Roma (The Pines of Rome), symphonic poem, P. 141 1924 Orchestral
La boutique fantasque, ballet after Rossini, P. 120 1918 Ballet
Fontane di Roma (The Fountains of Rome), symphonic poem, P. 106 1915 Orchestral
Ancient Airs and Dances, Set 3, arrangements (4) for strings, P. 172 1931 Orchestral
Feste romane (Roman Festivals), symphonic poem, P. 157 1928 Orchestral
Gli uccelli (The Birds), suite for orchestra, P. 154 1928 Orchestral
Trittico botticelliano (Three Botticelli Pictures) for orchestra, P. 151 1927 Orchestral
Nebbie, song for mezzo-soprano & piano (or orchestra), P. 64 1906 Vocal Music
Sonata for violin & piano, in B minor, P. 110 1917 Chamber Music
Nevicata, song for mezzo-soprano & piano, P. 65 1906 Vocal Music
Ancient Airs and Dances, Set 1, arrangements (4) for orchestra, P. 109 1917 Orchestral
Ancient Airs and Dances, Set 2, arrangements (4) for orchestra, P. 138 1924 Orchestral
Il tramonto (The Sunset), for voice & string quartet/string orchestra, P. 101 1914 Vocal Music
Pi├▓ggia, song for voice & piano (or orchestra) 1909 Vocal Music
Stornellatrice, song for soprano & piano, P. 69 (from opera "Re Enzo") 1906 Vocal Music
Adagio con variazioni, for cello & orchestra, P. 133 1921 Concerto
Pezzi (6), for violin & piano, P. 31 1901 Chamber Music
Impressione brasiliane (Brazilian Impressions), for orchestra, P. 153 1928 Orchestral
Vetrate di chiesa (Church Windows), 4 impressions for orchestra, P. 150 1926 Orchestral
Rossiniana, original music by Rossini arranged for orchestra, P. 148 1925 Orchestral
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