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ALCD21036 - September, 2006

WEILL - ROTA

Renowned as a prolific composer of film soundtracks, Nino Rota is chiefly associated with directors such as Zeffirelli, Coppola, and above all, Fellini, for whom he became the regular composer. Composed in 1966, the ballet La Strada is the result of a commission by La Scala of Milan. Rota grouped the highlights in a symphonic suite, which aptly summarizes the plot.

Kurt Weill’s universal appeal rests foremost upon his unforgettable output of ballads and songs with their characteristic blend of satire and nostalgia. Some of them have become Jazz standards, such as the famous Ballad of Mack the Knife. Composed in 1933, the Symphony No. 2 was premiered in Amsterdam the following year, and constitutes the only symphonic work of Weill’s mature years.

 

 
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Disque No 1

La Strada
Rota, Nino
31:40
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1
Nozze in Campagne. “E Arrivato Zampanò”

3:34
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2
I Tre Suonatori e il “Matto” Sul Filo

6:13
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3
Il Circo

4:57
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4
La Rabbia di Zampanò

5:14
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5
Zampanò Uccide il “Matto”

3:03
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6
L’Ultimo Spettacolo Sulla Neve. “Addio Gelsomina”

5:19
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7
Solitudine e Pianto di Zampanò

3:20
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Symphonie no 2
Weill, Kurt
28:15
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8
Sostenuto – Allegro molto

10:21
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9
Largo

11:10
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10
Allegro vivace

6:44
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