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Messore, Guido
3 Sentenze su poesie gnomiche di Teognide for Female Choir (SSA) (2nd National Choral Composition Competition EdizioniCorali.it - Cat. Speciale – La Montagna)


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Product Details

Author: Guido Messore (*1934)
Publication Date: 4-14-2016
Pages: pp. 12
Size: 230x310 mm
Binding: Saddle stitching
ISMN: 979-0-2153-2388-9
Code: EC 9

Biographical Notes

Guido Messore got three diplomas: Organ, Sacred music composition and Polyphonic conduction by the Instituto Pontificio di Musica Sacra in Rome where he also obtained his Gregorian Music Licence, as a composer; beyond his Oratorium Jesus’ entrance in Jerusalem for soloists, choir and orchestra, he has composed several choir and organ music.
He has won several Choral composition competitions and most of his pieces have been indicated in many national and international competitions as compulsory pieces.
General Musical Culture’s teacher at the “L. Perosi” Conservatory in Campobasso up to 2005, Messore is nowadays Musical Culture’s teacher at the University of the Third Age and of Free Time in Campobasso.

Series Details

EdizioniCorali.it

Founded in Arco (Trento) in October 2012, Associazione Culturale EdizioniCorali.it identifies its goals in the promotion of Italian choral music by living and not, in Italy and abroad.
It started his own publishing experience with Florilegio di primavera, the first step of a journey and a cultural proposal in the Italian choral context, that will see the production of monographic publications and thematic collections. It organizes, also, the biennial national competition of choral composition, with the intent to give a concrete expression to the emerging Italian choral composition talents. Of these, EdizioniCorali.it becomes promoter by release, concert and record.
From its foundation, Enrico Miaroma is the Artistic Director.

www.edizionicorali.it

Reviews

Choir and Organ (November-December 2016)
... Although slightly variable in quality, the better pieces included in these volumes could be very appealing concert items, especially for choirs of all sorts looking to broaden their linguistic and cultural reach with music of only moderate difficulty. (Geoffrey Webber)