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FRANCIS PULGA Easter concert for Artemusica Canove, Asiago plateau

Sunday 20/4/2014 at 21:00

Concerto pianista Francesco PulgaFRANCESCO PULGA & music concert for Mozart, Mendelssohn and Brahms-20 April in Canove, Asiago plateau

TheRoan culture & Music Association continues its work by proposing to fans of classical music, the traditional Easter concert, which will take place on Sunday 20 April, at 21.00 hours, at the Council Chamber of the Town Hall in Canove, Asiago plateau.

The concert will be the pianist Francesco Pulga, which propose an interesting program, focusing on works by Mozart, Mendelssohn and Brahms.

The program will start with the Sonata in d major k. 576, thelast Sonata for piano written by Mozart. The score makes very clear the sign of thelast Mozart, especially for the rich use of counterpoint, typical of the last compositions, in addition to the technical brilliance and stylistic sophistication that always characterize the Mozartian style.

The initialAllegro opens with a theme of "hunting" in unison, as if to remember the sound of a trumpet or a Cornet. This theme remains the basis of nearly all the movement with few diversions, the second theme is nothing if not a contrapuntal variations of the first; only in the corner of a third theme exhibition more relaxed. The development consists almost entirely of a real two-part invention on the basic theme, as if to remind those of Bach.

TheAdagio is a tripartitemovement, with two twin-sections based on a noble and pensive melody, then re-posted with harmonic variations -that frame a central section in f-sharp minor, with a pathos that comes from the incessant modulations and chromatic passages.
The finalAllegretto is a Rondo characterised by a strong thematic units and a special rhythmic dynamism of fast triplets pervading almost entirely the movement.

Youth composition is the Sonata op. 2 of Brahms. Although it was written at the age of 19 years, the sonata is divided into a major structure and grandiose, revealing the brahmsian personality and a great romantic sensibility.
The writing is powerful, rather developed in the use of the left hand, and recalls an orchestral writing, so much so that Schumann wrote this opera: "the piano is transformed into an orchestra of lamenting and jubilant voices".

The first movement is characterized by alternating moments of great enthusiasm and passion and other more thoughtful and sad.
The second movement is a theme with variations, and relates to the Lieder tradition. Although not noted on score, the melody goes perfectly with a poem (Mir ist leide) of the Swiss poet Graf Kraft von Toggenburg. This connects directly to the third, in addition to the thematic units, to balance the scale and theexpressive intensity of the first movement and finale
After a slow introduction begins the fourth movement. This is perhaps the most amazing and far-reaching. Feels a strong popular vein and improvisation, alternating in contrast to steps entirely chordal, creating an expanded sound that seems really recall the colours of the orchestra.

Conclude the concert the Variations Sérieuses (Mendelssohn), which were written on the occasion of a fundraising campaign to erect a monument to Beethoven in his hometown of Bonn.
The Publisher Peter Mecchetti asked Mendelssohn to contribute to a "Beethoven Album", released in January of 1842, which also included pieces by Liszt, Chopin, Moscheles and others, whose proceeds would be used for the construction of the Monument.

The variations are based on a calm and thoughtful theme on which the composer builds with much skill a series of technical and expressive situations. The speech is tight and continuous, with a short break before and after the fourteenth variation;the melody flows clear and clear and there is no shortage of the outbursts and the arming of the fantasy of choice totype, from tight and punchy and melodic structure, together with harmonious prelude to play Brahms. Alternate moments of deep lyricism with others of hot passion, but the meaning of this composition of adages, canons, fugues and jokes lies in its poetic units, designed with spontaneity and freshness of musical ideas.

The pianist Francesco Pulga

Ferrarese of birth but by years living on thePlateau, began privately the piano studies with M° Andreja Ravnic, and then enrolled at the Conservatory Arrigo Pedrollo "in Vicenza where he graduated, with honors, in February 2009 under the guidance of M° Riccardo Zadra. Later he attended the "Accademia Pianistica di Padova" under the guidance of master f. Righini and r. Zadra and the "Corso di Alto Perfezionamento" held by M° g. Nuti.
In 2013 graduated with distinction at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels under the guidance of M° Boyan Vodenitcharov, finishing the Master's degree in Piano.
Over the years he refined his preparation by attending numerous training courses and seminars, among which are those kept by Master Aldo Ciccolini, Bruno Canino, Joaquin Achucarro, Eulalia Sol and Benedetto Lupo.
Gave numerous recitals in Italy, Belgium and Germany, both as a soloist and in ensembles of Chamber music, having alive appreciation from critics and the public.

Admission is free and the concert will be followed by a small reception.

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