Il Mandolino Italiano

Carlo Aonzo, mandolino
Elena Buttiero,pianoforte
Il mandolino ?classico?
Ludwig van Beethoven (Bonn ,1770 ? Vienna,1827)
Adagio WoO 43/2 in Mib magg.
Sonatina WoO44/1 in Do magg.
Adagio ma non troppo WoO 43/2 in Do min.
Il mandolino ?romantico?
Carlo Munier ? (Napoli,1859 ? Firenze,1911)
Capriccio Spagnuolo op. 276
?Filologie Musicali?
Il Dolore
Il PIacere
Raffaele Calace – (Napoli, 1863-1934)
Fantasia Poetica op.56
Nicodemo Bruzzone ? (Sanremo,1922-1998)
Da un balcone ungherese
Carlo Aonzo, one of the world?s finest mandolinists, performs regularly throughout Europe and the United States, where he is recognized as the principal proponent of the classical mandolin. A summa cum laude graduate with a degree in Mandolin from the Conservatory of Padua, he has collaborated with numerous musical institutions, including the Philharmonic Orchestra of the Teatro alla Scala di Milano and the Nashville Chamber Orchestra. He has received many awards, including the first special ?Vivaldi? prize at the Vittorio Pitzianti National Mandolin Competition in Venice and first prize at the Walnut Valley National Mandolin Contest in Winfield, Kansas.
His recordings include Carlo Aonzo: Classical Mandolin Virtuoso, a concert video on the history of the repertoire for solo mandolin, for the American publishing company, Mel Bay; the recording projects, Serenata (Acoustic Music, Germania), Traversata (Acoustic Disc, Usa), Antonio Vivaldi Concerti per mandolino e orchestra (Edt, Torino), and, his 2007 album, Kaze. Carlo directs an annual workshop in New York that draws participants to New York from all over the world. In 2006 he established l?Accademia Mandolinistica Internazionale Italiana, The Italian International Mandolin Academy. He has researched the origins and history of the mandolin in depth, collaborated on the New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians and edited various pieces for the publishing house B