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  • COMO CANCIÒN DE TIERRA Y MAR
     
     Como canciòn de tierra y mar’ (2008), for clarinet in sib/bass cl., Live electronics interaction, digital sound file and ambisonic surround system. The composition is inspired by the Ladàta: an original musical text that belongs to the repertoire of traditional songs for more voices of Sicily. The work was composed for the residence of composition at the Institute for Computer Music and Sound Technology (ICST) – Zürich (CH) First performance X. Weimarer Frühjahrstage für zeitgenössiche Musik
Weimar (D), 17th April 2009
 Lukas Vogelsang, clarinet http://www.francescoparadiso.com/como-cancion-de-tierra-y-mar-2.html?lang=en
  • Toccata-fantasia
     
     Toccata-Fantasia super Salve Regina (1995), for Organ. The piece is a composition for an instrument with two keyboard and pedal, which may well be performed on a instrument with one keyboard of the italian tradition of nineteenth-century. For the first performance - XIV Organ Review on historical organs of the bergamasco area - the mechanical and phonic characteristics of the Serassi organ 1867 of the Church of Osio Sopra (BG) were found appropriate for an effective and easy performance. First performance Chiesa di Osio sopra (BG) - Serassi's organ 1867 29th April 1995 Francesco Catena, organ  http://www.francescoparadiso.com/toccata-fantasia-6.html?lang=en
  • Mediterraneo 36.2
     
     Mediterraneo 36.2 (2004), for clarinet in sib and Live electronics. The title of composition is referred to the average density of water of the Mediterranean Sea. The composition is characterized by a considerable numbers of figures, articulations, timbres and at the same time by different techniques and ways of production and processing of sound in real time. First performance ‘Concerti nel Chiostro 2004’, Conservatorio ‘Giuseppe Verdi’, Milano Milan, 8th July 2004 Paolo Casiraghi, clarinet http://www.francescoparadiso.com/848.html?lang=en
  • Rosario Bellini, Tantum ergo a tre voci di Soprano con Organo
     
     Rosario Bellini, Tantum ergo a tre voci di Soprano con Organo, Edited by Francesco Maria Paradiso. Rosario Bellini (1775-1829) continues to be in the history as 'lucky father of a genius'. The genius was Vincenzo, the composer of Sonnambula, Norma and I Puritani. The Tantum ergo is evidence of Rosario Bellini as Maestro di Cappella, author of sacred music and member of a family of highly regarded musicians: the Bellini, a family of active composers in Catania for almost a century between the end of the eighteenth century and the nineteenth century. http://www.francescoparadiso.com/rosario-bellini-tantum-ergo-a-tre-voci-di-soprano-con-organo-2.html?lang=en
  • A sette con cadenza di vibrafono
     
     A sette con cadenza di vibrafono (2001), per fl., cl., vib., piano, vl., vn., cello. The composition is a small and chaotic microcosmos of sounds imagined at the moment of its formation and its final collapse. First performance Herrenhaus Edenkoben (D) 16th September 2001 Ensemble Aventure (Freiburg) Pedro Amaral, conductor http://www.francescoparadiso.com/a-sette-con-cadenza-di-vibrafono-2.html?lang=en
  • COMO CANCIÒN DE TIERRA Y MAR
     
     Como canciòn de tierra y mar’ (2008), for clarinet in sib/bass cl., Live electronics interaction, digital sound file and ambisonic surround system. The composition is inspired by the Ladàta: an original musical text that belongs to the repertoire of traditional songs for more voices of Sicily. The work was composed for the residence of composition at the Institute for Computer Music and Sound Technology (ICST) – Zürich (CH) First performance X. Weimarer Frühjahrstage für zeitgenössiche Musik
Weimar (D), 17th April 2009
 Lukas Vogelsang, clarinet http://www.francescoparadiso.com/%e2%80%98como-cancion-de-tierra-y-mar%e2%80%99-and-the-%e2%80%98ladata%e2%80%99-in-sicily.html?lang=en