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Signorile, Giorgio
November Landscapes for Flute and Guitar (2014)

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Product Details

Author: Giorgio Signorile (*1962)
Publication Date: 2-17-2015
Edition: Score and Parts
Pages: pp. 8 + parts pp. 8
Size: 230x310 mm
Binding: Saddle stitching
ISMN: 979-0-2153-2301-8
Code: CH 214

Biographical Notes

Born in 1962 in Cuneo, Giorgio Signorile began studying guitar at the local Conservatory, first with Pino Briasco and later with Paul Manzo, graduating in 1986 with honors. He subsequently worked with Betho Davezac and Leo Brouwer and started appearing as a soloist and in chamber music groups. During this period he was particularly dedicated to contemporary music performing with L'Assieme Chitarristico Italiano and recording two CDs on the Dynamic and l'Olandese Etcetera labels.
Inspired by his travels, he began composing for guitar. After a success at the composition competition "Suoni Nuovi 2007", he began collaborations with publishers such as Zedde, Sinfonica and especially Ut Orpheus creating music, both educational and professional in nature, for solo guitar and flute/guitar duo. His works have been performed in recent times by several well-known artists and ensembles - Giulio Tampalini (Strong emotions), Lucio Matarazzo (LM and friends) and Giorgio Mirto (Notturni).
His most recent CD ‘Reflessi’ (Reflections), produced by CNI Music in Rome, is a collection of works for solo guitar published in recent years by Ut Orpheus.
Since 2013 he has served as an official endorser for Aquila Corde Armoniche.
He considers teaching an important part of his work as a musician, a comparison between two realities, a dialogue where respect and knowledge are exchanged and interact, creating culture, risk, interest and mutual growth.


Classical Guitar Magazine (Spring 2016)
Do you want the good news or the good news? The first is that this is a truly delightful pair of pieces by the Italian composer and guitarist Giorgio Signorile ... The second good news is that the flute part would work commendably well on a second guitar. ... Plus, it’s on YouTube, meaning you can enjoy it at any time. ... With tempo changes and little bursts of the guitar on its own, there is so much packed into these two charming pieces. Technically this wouldn’t be beyond schoolchildren, and I urge those who teach in schools to order a copy and see what I mean. (D. Husted)

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