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11-May-2018

New Ivano Battiston Arrangements, "Ricercare a tre" & 3 Balkan Dances - Italy

Ivano BattistonVideo: 3 Balkan Dances (Hum , Surduk, Rakita) catalog battiston106, performed as encores by David Bellugi and Ivano Battiston for a concert in Krasnoyarsk, Russia with the Krasnoyarsk Chamber Orchestra (artistic director: Michael Beniumov). The famous theme of the last dance is an "audience winner".

Ivano Battiston newly released arrangements:

Catalog: battiston105 The "Ricercare a tre" arranged for accordion solo, is a three-voice fugue and the first piece of the Musical Offering (1747) by Johann Sebastian Bach, one of the most articulate and complex works ever composed, and is universally considered one of the highest points ever achieved in the history of music.

All the material is based on a musical theme created by Frederick II of Prussia and masterfully elaborated by the great German musician.

Catalog: battiston106 3 Balkan Dances are three short pieces written for recorder and accordion and inspired by the folklore of Serbia and Macedonia. The song titles are also the names of some Balkan villages. Hum, Surduk, Rakita. Exciting encore arrangements and hear the applause at the end!

Other works or arrangements recently released:
battiston101 Libertango composed by Astor Piazzolla
battiston102 Postcards composed by Ivano Battiston
battiston103 Ples composed by Ivano Battiston
battiston104 Paganiniana arranged for two accordions.
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