Bruno Maderna

Bruno Grossato

Also known as B. Maderna, Br. Maderna, Maderna
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bruno_Maderna

Discography of Bruno Maderna:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Orient-Occident / Momenti - Omaggio A Joyce / Continuo / Transition 1 5 Audio 1970 Philips
2 Momenti / Thema - Omaggio A Joyce / Visage / Le Rire / Invenzione Su Una Voce 5 Audio BV Haast Records
3 Satyricon 19 Audio 2003 Montaigne
4 Liriche Su Verlaine · Y Después · Concerto Per Pianoforte E Orchestra · Concerto N. 2 Per Oboe E Orchestra 8 Audio 2002 Stradivarius
5 Panorama Della Musica Nuova 4 Audio RCA
6 Maderna • Beuger • Von Schweinitz • Stiegler 7 Audio 1996 Edition Wandelweiser Records
7 Venetian Journal / Juilliard Serenade / Konzert Für Oboe Und Kammerensemble / Kranichsteiner Kammerkantate 4 Audio 2007 Stradivarius
8 The New Music Vol. 2 3 Audio 1968 RCA Victrola
9 Three Questions With Two Answers / Aura 8 Audio 1994 Fonit Cetra
10 Electronic Works 5 Audio 1991 BV Haast Records
11 Orchestral Works 3 Audio 2000 col legno
12 Ritratto Di Città 3 Audio UbuWeb
13 Musica Da Camera - Chamber Music 13 Audio 1994-11-26 Stradivarius
14 Oboe Concertos 3 Audio 2006 Col Legno
15 Ein Dokument - Konzert Der Salzburger Festspiele 1973 4 Audio 1974 TELDEC
16 For Strings 11 Audio 1999 Montaigne
17 Le Mandarin Merveilleux - Suite De Danses 2 Audio Guilde Internationale Du Disque
18 In Due Tempi 3 Audio 2005
19 Le Merle Noir / Density 21,5 / Sonatine / Sequenza / Honeyreves / Tempus Loquendi / Sul G 7 Audio La Voix De Son Maître
20 Maderna Luigi Nono 10 Audio 1992 Arkadia
21 Aura, Quadrivium, Biogramma 23 Audio 2010 Brilliant Classics
22 Viola Today (Dream / Sequenza VI / Viola [Open & Closed-Form Versions] / Spillihpnerak) 5 Audio 1974 Finnadar Records
23 Sonatine / Interpolation / Concerto 3 Audio 1969
24 The New Music, Volume 3 8 Audio 1968 RCA Victrola
25 Tre Invenzioni / Il Giardino Religioso / Contours 3 Audio 1976 Odyssey
26 Three Questions With Two Answers / Aura 8 Audio 1978 Italia (2)
27 Bruno Maderna (1) & (2) 4 Audio 1979 BV Haast Records
28 Concerto De Piano No 3 / Concerto De Piano No 3 2 Audio 1969-11-00 Festival Classique
29 La Musica Nuova 11 Audio RCA Italiana
30 Gruppen / Carré 2 Audio Ex Libris
31 Quadrivium / Aura / Biogramma 23 Audio 1990 Deutsche Grammophon
32 Le Mandarin Merveilleux - Suite De Danses 2 Audio 1971
33 L'Ultimo Concerto - The Last Concert 3 Audio 1993 Stradivarius
34 Lulu 5 Audio 2002
35 Maderna Edition Volume 12 3 Audio 1992 Arkadia
36 Gitarrenmusik Des 20. Jahrhunderts 15 Audio 1977 Deutsche Grammophon
37 Symphonien No 3 • 5 • 7 • 9 - Maderna Edition Volume 18 4 Audio 1993 Arkadia
38 Sinfonia N.7 4 Audio 1988 Hunt Productions
39 Symphony No.9 4 Audio 2006 BBC Music
40 Grandi Maestri Dell'Interpretazione - Bruno Maderna Vol. 1 4 Audio 1988 Stradivarius
41 Bruno Maderna Edition Volume 3 3 Audio 1991 Arkadia
42 L'Heure Espagnole 4 Audio 1993 Stradivarius
43 Bruno Maderna Edition Volume 13 5 Audio 1992 Arkadia
44 'Griselda' - Bruno Maderna Edition Volume 5 4 Audio 1991 Arkadia
45 Le Merle Noir / Density 21,5 / Sonatine / Sequenza / Honeyreves / Tempus Loquendi / Sul G 7 Audio EMI
46 Bruno Maderna Edition Volume 4 2 Audio 1991 Arkadia
47 The New Music (Volume 2) 3 Audio 1968 RCA Victrola
48 Don Perlimplin; Serenata Per Un Satellite 9 Audio 1997 Stradivarius
49 Maderna Edition Volume 7 3 Audio 1991 Arkadia
50 Bruno Maderna Edition Volume 2 2 Audio 1991 Arkadia


Bruno Maderna (Venezia, April 21, 1920 - † Darmstadt, 13 November 1973) was an Italian composer and conductor: he played an unequalled part in the early postwar development of Italian music, presiding, as teacher and conductor, over the early careers of Nono, Berio, Donatoni, Aldo Clementi and others.

In his conducting career he specializad in the performance of new music, and it eventually led him to regard West Germany as his second country and to settle in Darmstadt, which he first visited in 1951.

He taught conducting, composition and analysis at the Darmstadt summer courses, at the Milan Conservatory and at the Mozarteum in Salzburg.

In 1972 he won an Italian Prize and in 1974 he was posthumously awarded the Beethoven Prize of the city of Bonn.


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