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Musicisti dell’Orchestra da Camera di Perugia

La trota

MusicAnimalia #6

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Synopsis

It is especially in the repertoire of Lieder for voice and piano that Franz Schubert-"the greatest poet in music," as Liszt called him- knew how to get the poetic images that inspired them right into the texture of his pieces. The Lied The Trout sings of a "lesto little fish" who inevitably falls prey to a fisherman's hook and finds himself, from free creature that he was, a "deceived victim." The melody of the trout became so famous that Schubert chose it for the fourth movement of Quintet D667, performed by the Perugia Orchestra from Chamber Ensemble featuring Enrico Bronzi on cello.

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Musicians of the Orchestra from Perugia Chamber

Azusa Onishi violin

viola Riccardo Savinelli

cello Enrico Bronzi

double bass Alessandro Salvatore Schillaci

piano Martina Consonni

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Franz Schubert

Piano quintet in A major

Forellen-quintett (The Trout), op. 114, D. 667

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Before it became a quintet with a bizarre ensemble (including an unusual double bass), the Trout was a song. He was 20 years old when the Viennese Franz Schubert sang its verses in 1817, due to the pen of Christian Friedrich Daniel Schubart, a leading exponent of Sturm und Drang. The text tells of a trout wallowing merrily in the water until a mischievous fisherman hooks it. Little story from nothing, but not without its own moral: happiness lasts a moment, for danger is always at the door. How successful this song of his was is shown by the fact that a couple of years later, in the Quintet heard on July 8, Schubert employs its main melody to build a succession of variations around it. It happens in the "Andantino," the fourth of the five movements. The amiable tune occurs six times, always a tad different, embellished with graceful flourishes, yet very recognizable. Once it is entrusted to the strings alone, another to the piano, then to the viola, then to cello and double bass, and so on. This is the pivot of the composition, which in the rest, however, comes across as equally down-to-earth, sprinkled with Viennese friendliness and humor, with an added dash of sentimentality. It fits, in short, the Biedermeier spirit to to which Schubert knew how to conform well when he found himself to writing for the entertainment of the Austrian bourgeoisie. And indeed the Quintet la Trout was commissioned from an amateur musician, to make music at home among friends.

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Orchestra da Camera di Perugia

The Orchestra from Camera di Perugia was born from the many years of experience of young Umbrian musicians in the dissemination of musical culture, especially in relation to musical productions aimed at young people in schools. The debut of the formation took place in September 2013 with the "Penderecki 80" Project, presented at the Sagra Musicale Umbra, Ravello Festival and Emilia Romagna Festival, to celebrate the 80th year of age of the Polish composer Krzysztof Penderecki, who conducted music from composed by him for the occasion. from that moment the Orchestra's activity intensified bringing the to ensemble to collaborate with important maestros, soloists and choral ensembles (Paolo Fresu, Giovanni Sollima, Nicola Piovani, Wayne Shorter, Enrico Bronzi, Angela Hewitt, Stefan Milenkovich, Hugo Ticciati, Jonathan Webb, Nancy Zhou, Hossein Pishkar, Christian Schmitt, Uri Caine, Quincy Jones, Stewart Copeland, Gino Paoli, Gary Graden, Gregory Porter, Danilo Rea, Ares Tavolazzi, Fabio Ciofini, Filippo Maria Bressan, John Patitucci, Andrea Oliva, Francesco Di Rosa, Danilo Pérez, Corrado Giuffredi, Marco Pierobon, Brian Blade, Mark Milhofer, Daniela Dessì, Fabio Armiliato, Desirée Rancatore, Bruno Canino, Gemma Bertagnolli, Kremena Dilcheva, Thomas Indermühle, Karl- Heinz Schütz, Choir from Chamber of the Estonian Philharmonic, Choir St. Jacobs of Stockholm, Choir of the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Coro Canticum Novum, Choir of the Papal Musical Chapel of St. Francis, and many others) and to perform permanently in prestigious Seasons, Festivals and Festivals (Spoleto Festival, Umbria Jazz, Umbria Jazz Winter, Umbria Jazz Spring, Sagra Musicale Umbra, Season of the Brunello and Federica Cucinelli Foundation, Villa Solomei Festival, Expo Milano, Kusatsu Music Festival-Japan, Amici della Musica di Perugia, Festival delle Nazioni, Portogruaro International Music Festival). Since 2018, Maestro Enrico Bronzi has held the position of Principal Guest Conductor of the Orchestra from Camera di Perugia.

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