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Grandi, Cesare Augusto
Et Expecto for Guitar (2009)


Editor: Piero Bonaguri

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Product Details

Author: Cesare Augusto Grandi (*1943)
Editor: Piero Bonaguri
Publication Date: 2017
Series: Piero Bonaguri Collection
Pages: pp. 8
Size: 230x310 mm
Binding: Saddle stitching
ISMN: 979-0-2153-2417-6
Code: CH 247

Biographical Notes

Product detailsWhen still a child Cesare Augusto Grandi was started off on the study of music by his father Walter, composer and conservatory teacher. At 12 he began his training as a pupil of Maestro Marcello Abbado at Bologna Conservatory. At a very young age he graduated in instrumentation for bands and, a few years later, in composition at “B. Marcello” in Venice, as a pupil of Maestro Wolfango Dalla Vecchia. He won prizes “Levi” and “Respighi” and, after a period mainly devoted to composition (it goes back to that time the one act opera Le anime della speranza), he chiefly dedicated himself to teaching and research in the field of musical analysis, creating his own School within Bologna Conservatory where he taught Harmony and Counterpoint for 35 years. In 2004 he resumed his activity as a composer. Among his most recent creations: Antifona, for harp, natural horn and actress (Bologna Teatro Comunale), Res Humana, for soprano, reciting voice and four instruments (Cagli Teatro Comunale) and Cantica for cello (Bologna Conservatory Sala Bossi). In 2014 Bologna “Giovanni Battista Martini” Conservatory granted him the “Battistino” prize in recognition of his work as teacher and composer.

Series Details

Piero Bonaguri Collection
Contemporary Music for Guitar

Piero Bonaguri graduated “cum laude” at the Parma Conservatory. “Diploma di Merito” at the Accademia Chigiana in Siena, he also studied with Enrico Tagliavini, Alirio Díaz, Oscar Ghiglia and Andrès Segovia, who wrote about him: “He will soon be a famous name among the best guitarists of our time”.
His performing career takes him to more than fifty countries in all five continents, working with prestigious Institutes and Festivals.
He has premiered, recorded and edited many pieces for guitar written for him (almost 400 new compositions have been dedicated to him by well-known composers such as Cappelli, Guarnieri, Ugoletti, Solbiati, Molino, Paccagnini, Benati, Carluccio, Anzaghi, Tagliamacco).
He is general editor of a collection of contemporary guitar works published by Ut Orpheus.
He teaches guitar at the Conservatory “G.B. Martini” in Bologna.

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