• Waveforms (Forme d'onda)
     Waveforms (Forme d’onda) (2005-2006), for prepared vibraphone. The main goals of the work were to create new sound-colours on Vibes, a synthesis of more complex timbres with the addition of definite and indefinite pitch instruments (in this case Crotales and Cowbells), new effects in connection with unusual or new techniques of performance, form and notation of the composition.[...] First performance Lucerne Festival 2006 Lucerne (CH), 20th September 2006 Domenico Carlo Melchiorre, vibraphone  http://www.francescoparadiso.com/waveform.html?lang=en
     Paolo Altieri - Organo in Sicilia Noto nel settecento, for Organo. The work of musicological research, is a large collection of unpublished compositions by Paolo Altieri, which was 'Maestro di Cappella of all churches of Noto' in Sicily. Paolo Altieri (1745-1820) was author of instrumental and sacred music, composer of the musical tradition of the Neapolitan school. http://www.francescoparadiso.com/paolo-altieri-organo-in-sicilia-noto-nel-settecento.html?lang=en
  • Monologhi
     Monologhi (2001), for fl./bass fl. and piano. Streams of sound events, created in a indipendent way, are performed by two different instruments. The two parts change with the time, like two characters or two molologs - 'Sul blu', 'Sul giallo' infact it is clear the synthetic interest -. The theme of the composition is the passage from the sonorous conctat to the being, the creation of a unique entity of sound during the listening time. The third part - 'Sul rosso'- come back to the music, to the meter, to the coordination, to an emotion expressed by math. First performance Herrenhaus Edenkoben (D) 19th May 2002 Dagmar Becker, flauto, Fritz Schwingammer, piano http://www.francescoparadiso.com/monologhi-2.html?lang=en
     Giusppe Geremia, Suonata di cembalo. Edited by Francesco Maria Paradiso. Giuseppe Geremia (1732-1814) was the first musician into the musical history of Catania (Sicily). The piece is a composition that is possible to perform also at organ. Suonata di cembalo is evidence of Giuseppe Geremia as composer possessing of a real talent. http://www.francescoparadiso.com/giuseppe-geremia-suonata-di-cembalo-2.html?lang=en
  • Variazioni sulla Sequenza IV di LUCIANO BERIO
     Variazioni sulla Sequenza IV di Luciano Berio (2007) for fl., cl. in sib., vib., piano, vn., cello. The first forty-five seconds of the 'Sequenza IV’ for piano composed by Berio in 1965-1966, are the “Theme” on which the five variations for ensemble are constructed. In synthesis, the composition is a work (a “work in progress”) to meet the world of the solo sequences of Luciano Berio and my personal homage to his strong and original voice. First performance Philarmonie Luxembourg, Salle de musique de chambre, Lussemburgo, 20th July 2007 Ensemble Instrumental de l'Orchestre Philarmonique du Luxembourg Zsolt Nagy, direttore http://www.francescoparadiso.com/variazioni-luciano-berio-5.html?lang=en
  • Trois invocations sur le Salve Regina
     Trois invocations sur le Salve Regina (1999), for Organ. The piece is a composition for an organ with two keyboards and pedal, which may well be performed also on a instrument with one keyboard of the italian tradition of nineteenth-century. For example, an instrument of the Serassi family organ builders.. First performance Chiesa S. Pietro Martire, Monza 29th March 1999 Francesco Maria Paradiso, organ http://www.francescoparadiso.com/trois-invocations-sur-le-salve-regina-2.html?lang=en