Camillo Togni stands as one of the most representative figures of 20th-century Italian music. His uncompromisingly independent creativity can be defined as the quest to strike a balance between exacting formal coherence and the broadest imaginative freedom, while composing with extraordinary craftsmanship. Togni was inspired to write numerous works for his friend the acclaimed flautist Roberto Fabbriciani, a musician as close as any to this composer’s complex, mysterious and deeply poetic musical language.
Roberto Fabbriciani (flute), Dorothy Dorow (soprano), Vincenzo Saldarelli (guitar), Massimiliano Damerini (piano), Carlo Alberto Neri (piano)I Cameristi Lombardi, Mario Conter
Togni, C: Preludes (3)
Flute Sonata, Op. 35
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