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1995 Wandering for piano and orchestra (35’)
World Premiere in Clichy La Garenne - Paris in 2016 at the Giorgio Cambissa International competition,
Auditorium of the Conservatory Léo Delibes, Bel'arte Orchestra, Soloist Rika Zayasu, Conductor Massimiliano Donninelli
1994 Twisting for piano (4’)
World Premiere in 1994 - Festival Nuova Consonanza
1991-2 Bizzarria for violin and piano (5’)
World Premiere in 1992 – Lipizer International Competition
1990 Segnali for brass quintett (4’)
2 trumpets in Bb, horn in F, tenor Trombone and bass trombone
1988 Capriccio for alto, violin and cello (8’)
World Premiere in 1989 Catanzaro – Soloists M.Martin, I.Elkman, P.Bucan
1987-8 Concert for alto and orchestra (19’)
World Premiere in Rome in 1989, Accademia Nazionale di S.Cecilia,
Soloist A.Ghedin, Conductor B.Aprea
1985 Veneziane, 5 poems for soprano, piano and small orchestra (10’)
Soprano, Piano, piccolo with flute, piccolo trumpet in Bb,
4 first violins, 4 second violins, 4 altos, 2 cellos, 1 five-string contrabass.
World Premiere in 1986, Incontri Musicali Orchestra, Soprano Jo Soo Chiomg
(Sumi Jo), Conductor, Giorgio Cambissa
1983 Tento for guitar (5’)
World Premiere in 1985 in Rome – Soloist Carfagna
1983 Tre schizzi for piano (5’)
World Premiere in Rovereto, Soloist Kiniger
1980 Elegia per flute and piano (5’)
World Premiere in Bolzano, Soloists Gazzelloni, Canino
1969 Sette piccoli studi for piano (7’)
World Premiere by soloist Fricelli
1966 Tre piccoli studi for flute and oboe (1’57”)
Never performed
1966 Tre piccoli studi per flute and clarinet in Bb (4’35”)
Never performed
1966 Tre piccoli studi for flute, oboe and clarinet in Bb (2’15”)
Never performed
1967-8 Concert N°4 for orchestra “C.Monteverdi” of Cagliari (17’)
World Premiere in Cagliari in 1969 Teatro Massimo, Conductor B.Martinotti
1962 Concerto breve for cello and orchestra (16’)
World Premiere in Turin in 1965, RAI Symphonic Orchestra,
Soloist L.Lana, Conductor Iwaki
1962 Music for the documentary film “Mantova ‘61”
1961 Music for the documentary film “Bassa Marea” by G.Albarass
1961 Concert n.3 for chamber orchestra (16’)
World Premiere in Bruxelles in 1961, Chamber Orchestra of the Netherlands,
Conductor F.André
1959 Concert n.2 for Orchestra (15’)
World Premiere in Florence in 1960, AIDEM Orchestra,
Conductor F.Scaglia
1958 String Quartet (16’)
World Premiere in Milan in 1960, RAI, Quartetto of the Scala Theatre
(Minetti,Fantini, Valdinoci, Gusella)
1958 Concert per Trio and Orchestra (22’)
World Premiere in Milan in 1961, Scala Theatre,
performed by Trio di Trieste, Conductor A. Cluytens
1957 Concert n.1 for orchestra (20’)
World Premiere in Bruxelles in 1957, Symphonic Orchestra, Conductor F.André
1956 Three lyrics for female voice and piano (7’)
World Premiere at Radio Trieste, Soloist Mari, Conductor Toffolo
1955 Piccola cantata for soprano, choir and chamber orchestra (18’)
World Premiere in Rome in 1961, RAI Symphonic Orchestra and Choir,
Conductor F.Mannino, Soprano Ticinelli, Choirmaster N.Antonellini
1955 Rapsodia greca (12’)
World Premiere in Venice in 1960, Orchestra of Teatro La Fenice,
Conductor P.Urbini
1953-4 Fairtale of Sleeping Beauty, ballet and voices (65’)
World Premiere in Trieste in 1955, Filarmonica Triestina Orchestra,
Conductor, Giorgio Cambissa
1952 Five pieces for orchestra (18’)
World Premiere in Trieste in 1952, Filarmonica Triestina Orchestra,
Conductor, Giorgio Cambissa
1951 Small Concert for 10 instruments (12’)
World Premiere in Trieste in 1951, Chamber group of Filarmonica Triestina Orchestra,
Conductor, Giorgio Cambissa
1950 Divertimento for orchestra (15’)
World Premiere in 1950 in Trieste, Filarmonica Triestina Orchestra,
Conductor, Giorgio Cambissa
1947 Music for violin and piano (8’)
World Premiere in Milan in 1948, Soloists Gulli-Cavallo
1946 Sonatina for 8 instruments (15’)
World Premiere in Venice in 1947, Instrumental Group EIAR,
Conductor E.Gracis
1945 Variations and fugue on a theme of Frescobaldi (10’)
World Premiere in Trieste in 1945, Filarmonica Triestina Orchestra,
Conductor De Vecchi
unknown Stabat Mater sequence to two female voices