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Debussy, Claude
6 Épigraphes Antiques for Flute and Harp

Transcription: Mario Ancillotti, Jasna Corrado

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Author: Claude Debussy (1862-1918)
Transcription: Mario Ancillotti, Jasna Corrado
Publication Date: 12-21-2015
Edition: Score and Parts
Pages: pp. 40 + parts pp. 12
Size: 230x310 mm
Binding: Saddle stitching
ISMN: 979-0-2153-2346-9
Code: HS 224

Series Details

Mario Ancillotti Collection

Mario Ancillotti studied at the Conservatory of Florence. He has been, together with Severino Gazzelloni, first flute of the RAI Orchestra of Rome and the Orchestra of the Accademia di Santa Cecilia. After leaving the orchestra, he devoted himself entirely to his career as a soloist, playing with musicians such as Accardo, Muti, Berio, Petrassi, Penderecki, Sciarrino, Henze, Canino, Spivakov, Giuranna, Maag, Bellugi, Cambreling, Bour, Soudant, Gelmetti, Iron, Melles, Lu Jia, Muhai Tang.
He taught, for more than twenty years, at the Masterclasses of the School of Music in Fiesole. He is now teacher at the University School of Music in Lugano.
The creation of the ensemble ‘Nuovo Contrappunto’ (born within the context of the Fiesole School of Music), of which he is director and animator, and the realization of the event ‘Suoni riflessi’ represent the culmination of his work as a musician, leading him to perform also as a conductor alongside orchestras and soloists of the highest order.



Flute Journal (January 2017)
... The pieces are well transcribed for flute and harp and this is a good choice as the flute lends itself beautifully to the sonorities of music from the impressionistic era. Many Debussy melodies have been arranged for the flute and work extremely well. This piece is no exception; it is a very welcome and substantial addition to the flute and harp repertoire and definitely a concert piece, lasting around 13 minutes. ... The edition is very well put together with clear big print and a welcome page of programme notes. This work would suit a professional duo looking to expand their repertoire and include a substantial piece in a classical recital programme. (Rachel Smith)

la Repubblica (13/10/2016)
Colpisce nel segno il flautista Mario Ancillotti trasferendo sul suo strumento le “Sei epigrafi antiche” per piano a quattro mani di Debussy ... e la Sonata per violino op. 13 di Grieg. E se di questa non si rimpiange il dettato originale, il Debussy arcaizzante reso per flauto solo e tastiera accresce addirittura il suo fascino laconico ...

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