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Arie per Enea, for mezzo-soprano and orchestra (2020).

Arie per Enea is a song cycle of five arias composed for the contralto/mezzosoprano Alessandra Visentin, for an upcoming world premiere in Italy.

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Ballo delle Muse (Dance of the Muses), for violin and orchestra
(2020). From Sinfonia N. 4 “Metamorfosi”

From the first movement of Sinfonia N. 4 “Metamorfosi”.

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Sarabanda Antica, for chamber orchestra (2018). For the Chamber Orchestra of New York. From “Fanfara del Mare”.

Per la Chamber Orchestra of New York

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Suite Verdiana, for orchestra (2020).

Suite Verdiana is a free transcription based on some of Verdi’s most famous operas where Di Vittorio borrows from La Forza del Destino’s Overture, La Traviata’s Prelude, Aida’s Dances and Triumphal March, Don Carlo’s bass aria “Ella giammai m’amo”, and Nabucco’s Slaves Chorus “Va Pensiero”.

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Sinfonia N. 4 “Metamorfosi”, for orchestra (2019).

Sinfonia con programma in tre movimenti.
Poema sinfonico. Basata sul Metamorfosi di
Ovidio – e le pitture Il Trionfo di Bacco di Ciro Ferri, Venere e Adone di Tiziano Vecellio, e Enea che fugge da Troia di Federico Barocci. Ispirata dal canto Salve Regina.

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Venere, for flute, harp and strings (2017). From “Venus and Adonis”.

Dal Venere e Adone, per piccola orchestra
(2014)

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Preludio Sentimentale, for string orchestra (2017). From “Sinfonia N. 1

Dalla Sinfonia N. 1, per orchestra d’archi

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Canto per la Nativita, for small orchestra (2016). From the “Stabat Mater Speciosa”

Basata su “Tu Scendi dalle Stelle”
e
Stabat Mater Speciosa, Per La Nativita

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La Villa d’Este in Tivoli, for small orchestra (2015). For The Morgan Library & Museum. Based on the “Fontane di Villa d’Este”, for piano, by F. Liszt.

Basata sulla Fontane di Villa d’Este, per pianoforte, di F. Liszt.

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Venere e Adone, for small orchestra (2014). For the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia.

Poema Sinfonico. Pavana.

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Il Tallone di Achille (Achilles’ Heel), for small orchestra (2010, Completed 2013)

For other premieres, visit: Performances

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Sinfonia N. 3 “Temples of Sicily”, for orchestra (2011). For the Sicilian Symphony Orchestra of Palermo.

To my parents Giuseppe and Caterina (Chiello) Di Vittorio,
for the Sicilian Symphony Orchestra of Palermo

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Overtura Respighiana, for orchestra (2008). To the ladies Elsa Pizzoli Mazzacane & Gloria Pizzoli Mangini, great-grandchildren of Ottorino Respighi, for the Chamber Orchestra of New York.

For other premieres, visit: Performances

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Sinfonia N. 2 “Lost Innocence”, for orchestra (1997 / Revised 2000)

Symphony No. 2 “Lost Innocence”, for orchestra, was composed in 1997 and then revised in 2000.

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Ode Corelliana, for strings and harpsichord (2016). Per the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia.

Ispirata dalla musica di Arcangelo Corelli, ed il suo Adagio dal Concerto Grosso N. 8 “Natale”.

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Fanfare del Mare “Su un Tema di Monteverdi” (Sea Fanfare “On a Theme by Monteverdi”), for organ and orchestra (2015). For the San Diego Symphony, in the centenary of Balboa Park and the Spreckels Organ Pavilion, 2015.

Basata sul mottetto “O Sia Tranquillo il Mare, O Pien d’Orgoglio” di Claudio Monteverdi.

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Overtura Palermo, for orchestra (2013). For the city of Palermo.

Overtura with program. For the city of Palermo.

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Stabat Mater Speciosa, Per La Nativita, for choir (five) and small orchestra (2012). For the Cathedral of Monreale.

Based on “You Descend from the Stars”
Text by Jacopone da Todi
c. 1495

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Violin Concerto in A Major (1903/2009) [Respighi – Di Vittorio]. Commissioned by the family of Ottorino Respighi, for the Chamber Orchestra of New York.

Commissione dalla famiglia di Ottorino Respighi, pronipoti Elsa Pizzoli Mazzacane e Gloria Pizzoli Mangini,

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San Michele Arcangelo, for baritone, mixed choir and chamber orchestra (2005). Also, Prologue from opera “Fausto”.

San Michele Arcangelo, per baritone, coro e orchestra da camera
dal “Fausto” – Opera in due atti.

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Sinfonia N. 1 “Isolation”, for string orchestra (1994 / Revised 1999)

Sinfonia No. 1 “Isolation”, for string orchestra, was composed in 1994 and then revised in 1999.

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TRANSCRIPTIONS, REVIEWS, ORCHESTRATIONS & COMPLETIONS Includes Critical Editions of Ottorino Respighi’s music for orchestra

Tre Liriche, for soprano (or tenor) and orchestra 1913/2013 [Respighi – Edited by Di Vittorio] 2020 (this version)

The Tre Liriche (Three Art Songs) include Notte (Night), Nebbie (Fog) and Pioggia (Rain), which Respighi had originally set as separate works for mezzo and piano between 1906 and 1912.

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Violin Concerto “all’Antica” (1908/2019). [Respighi – Edited by Di
Vittorio](2020).

For other premieres, visit: Performances

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O Mio Babbino Caro, for small orchestra (1918/2016). [Puccini – Orchestration by Di Vittorio]

Per la Chamber Orchestra of New York

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Tre Liriche, for mezzo-soprano and orchestra (1913/2013) [Respighi – Orchestration Completed by Di Vittorio]

Respighi’s great nieces Elsa Pizzoli Mazzacane & Gloria Pizzoli Mangini, and archive curator/- cataloger Potito Pedarra, for the Chamber Orchestra of New York.

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We Have All the Time in the World, for string orchestra 2020, Panastudio/Casa Ricordi (Universal Music)

This is a strings orchestra arrangement of John Barry’s instrumental version of “We Have All the Time in the World”, as given throughout the 007 James Bond film “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service”.

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Orfeo, Toccata e Ritornello, for chamber orchestra (1607/2017). [Monteverdi – Orchestration by Di Vittorio] For the 450th birth anniversary of Claudio Monteverdi.

From the introduction to Monteverdi’s opera
L’Orfeo. For the 450th birth anniversary of
Claudio Monteverdi.

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Clair de Lune, for small orchestra (1905/2016). [Debussy – Orchestration by Di Vittorio]

Per la Chamber Orchestra of New York

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Il Lamento di Arianna, for mezzo-soprano and orchestra (1908/2012) [Monteverdi – Respighi, Edited by Di Vittorio]”.

Respighi’s great nieces Elsa Pizzoli Mazzacane & Gloria Pizzoli Mangini, and archive curator/- cataloger Potito Pedarra, for the Chamber Orchestra of New York.

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Serenata, for small orchestra (1904/2012) [Respighi – Edited by Di Vittorio]

Unlike the more austere Respighi works, this is a short captivating concert appetizer which shows the more lighthearted side of Respighi.

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Suite per archi (1902/2010) [Respighi – Edited by Di Vittorio]

The Suite per archi dates to 1902, and was composed in six movements in the style of the Baroque.

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Concerto per Violino in La Maggiore (1903/2009) [Respighi – Completed by Di Vittorio]

Commissione dalla famiglia di Ottorino Respighi, pronipoti Elsa Pizzoli Mazzacane e Gloria Pizzoli Mangini, ed il curatore dell’archivio Potito Pedarra,
per la Chamber Orchestra of New York.

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Suite in Sol Maggiore, for strings and organ (1905/2011) [Respighi – Edited by Di Vittorio]

The Suite in Sol Maggiore for strings and organ was composed in 1905. It is a neo-baroque work and homage to J.S. Bach, Girolamo Frescobaldi and Arcangelo Corelli.

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Aria per archi (1901/2010) [Respighi – Transcribed by Di Vittorio]

Respighi’s Aria per archi dates to 1901, a one movement work.

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OPERA

Romeo and Juliet, Opera in two acts, for six soloists, choir and orchestra (2003). Based on William
Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet .

For other premieres relating to this work, visit: Performances

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CHORUS

Stabat Mater Speciosa, For the Nativity, for choir (five) and small orchestra (2012). For the Choir and the Monreale Sacred Music

Basata su “Tu Scendi dalle Stelle”
Testo di Jacopone da Todi
c. 1495

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San Michele Arcangelo, for baritone, mixed choir and chamber orchestra (2005). Also, Prologue from opera “Fausto”.

San Michele Arcangelo, per baritone, coro e
orchestra da camera dal “Fausto” – Opera in due atti.

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Ave Maria per coro femminile

2000, Coro del Accademia Musicale Siciliana;
Chiesa St. Maria della Catena, Palermo; G. Colajanni,
conductor

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CHAMBER

Castelli, for small ensemble (2014).
For the Ensemble Suono Giallo, and the Burri Foundation, Citta di Castello (Perugia). For the Centenary of Alberto Burri (2015).

For other premieres of this work, visit: Performances

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Sonata No. 1, for clarinet (1995 / Revised 1998)

1998, Trio Strabern; Piazzetta dell’Addolorata,
Marsala; G. Mattaliano, clarinet

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Arie per Enea, for mezzo-soprano and orchestra (2020).

Arie per Enea is a song cycle of five arias composed for the contralto/mezzosoprano Alessandra Visentin, for an upcoming world premiere in Italy.

Read More

Tre Liriche, for mezzo-soprano and orchestra (1913/2013) [Respighi – Orchestration Completed by Di Vittorio]

The Tre Liriche (Three Art Songs) include Notte (Night), Nebbie (Fog) and Pioggia (Rain), which Respighi had originally set as separate works for mezzo and piano between 1906 and 1912.

Read More

We Have All the Time in the World, for string orchestra 2020, Panastudio/Casa Ricordi (Universal Music)

This is a strings orchestra arrangement of John Barry’s instrumental version of “We Have All the Time in the World”, as given throughout the 007 James Bond film “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service”.

Read More

Suite Verdiana, for orchestra (2020).

Suite Verdiana is a free transcription based on some of Verdi’s most famous operas where Di Vittorio borrows from La Forza del Destino’s Overture, La Traviata’s Prelude, Aida’s Dances and Triumphal March, Don Carlo’s bass aria “Ella giammai m’amo”, and Nabucco’s Slaves Chorus “Va Pensiero”.

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Ballo delle Muse (Dance of the Muses), for violin and orchestra
(2020). From Symphony No. 4 “Metamorphosis”

From the first movement of Sinfonia N. 4 “Metamorfosi”.

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Sinfonia N. 4 “Metamorfosi”, for orchestra (2019).

Sinfonia con programma in tre movimenti.
Poema sinfonico. Basata sul Metamorfosi di
Ovidio – e le pitture Il Trionfo di Bacco di Ciro Ferri, Venere e Adone di Tiziano Vecellio, e Enea che fugge da Troia di Federico Barocci. Ispirata dal canto Salve Regina.

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Violin Concerto “all’Antica” (1908/2019). [Respighi – Edited by Di
Vittorio](2020).

For other premieres, visit: Performances

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Sarabanda Antica, for chamber orchestra (2018). For the Chamber Orchestra of New York. From the
“Fanfara del Mare”.

Per la Chamber Orchestra of New York

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Venere, for flute, harp and strings (2017). From “Venere e Adone”.

Dal Venere e Adone, per piccola orchestra
(2014)

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Orfeo, Toccata e Ritornello, for
chamber orchestra (1607/2017). [Monteverdi – Orchestration by Di Vittorio] For the 450th birth anniversary of Claudio Monteverdi.

From the introduction to Monteverdi’s opera
L’Orfeo. For the 450th birth anniversary of
Claudio Monteverdi.

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Sentimental Prelude, for string orchestra (2017). From “Symphony No.

Dalla Sinfonia N. 1, per orchestra d’archi

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Song for the Nativity, for small orchestra (2016). From the “Stabat Mater Speciosa”

Basata su “Tu Scendi dalle Stelle”
e
Stabat Mater Speciosa, Per La Nativita

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Ode Corelliana, for strings and harpsichord (2016). Per the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia.

Ispirata dalla musica di Arcangelo Corelli, ed il suo Adagio dal Concerto Grosso N. 8 “Natale”.

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Clair de Lune, for small orchestra (1905/2016). [Debussy – Orchestration by Di Vittorio]

Per la Chamber Orchestra of New York

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O Mio Babbino Caro, for small orchestra (1918/2016). [Puccini – Orchestration by Di Vittorio]

Per la Chamber Orchestra of New York

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La Villa d’Este in Tivoli, for small orchestra (2015). For The Morgan Library & Museum. Based on the “Fontane di Villa d’Este”, for piano, by F. Liszt.

Basata sulla Fontane di Villa d’Este, per pianoforte, di F. Liszt.

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Sea Fanfare “On a Theme by Monteverdi” , for organ and orchestra (2015). Forthe San Diego Symphony, in the centenary of Balboa Park and the Spreckels Organ Pavilion, 2015.

Basata sul mottetto “O Sia Tranquillo il Mare, O Pien d’Orgoglio” di Claudio Monteverdi.

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Venere e Adone, for small orchestra (2014). For the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia.

Poema Sinfonico. Pavana.

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Castelli, for small ensemble (2014).
For the Ensemble Suono Giallo, and the Burri Foundation, Citta di Castello (Perugia). For the Centenary of Alberto Burri (2015).

For other premieres of this work, visit: Performances

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Overtura Palermo , for orchestra (2013). Forthe city of Palermo.

Overtura with program. For the city of Palermo.

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Tre Liriche, for mezzo-soprano and orchestra (1913/2013) [Respighi – Orchestration Completed by Di Vittorio]

Respighi’s great nieces Elsa Pizzoli Mazzacane & Gloria Pizzoli Mangini, and archive curator/- cataloger Potito Pedarra, for the Chamber Orchestra of New York.

Read More

Stabat Mater Speciosa, Per La Nativita, for choir (five) and small orchestra (2012). For the Cathedral of Monreale.

Based on “You Descend from the Stars”
Text by Jacopone da Todi
c. 1495

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Il Lamento di Arianna, for mezzo-soprano and orchestra (1908/2012) [Monteverdi – Respighi, Edited by Di Vittorio]1″.

Respighi’s great nieces Elsa Pizzoli Mazzacane & Gloria Pizzoli Mangini, and archive curator/- cataloger Potito Pedarra, for the Chamber Orchestra of New York.

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Serenata per piccola orchestra (1904/2012) [Respighi – Edited by Di Vittorio]

Unlike the more austere Respighi works, this is a short captivating concert appetizer which shows the more lighthearted side of Respighi.

Read More

Sinfonia N. 3 “Templi di Sicilia” , for orchestra (2011). For the Orchestra Sinfonica Siciliana of Palermo.

To my parents Giuseppe and Caterina (Chiello) Di Vittorio,
for the Sicilian Symphony Orchestra of Palermo

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Suite in Sol Maggiore, per archi ed organo (1905/2011) [Respighi – Edited by Di Vittorio]

The Suite in Sol Maggiore for strings and organ was composed in 1905. It is a neo-baroque work and homage to J.S. Bach, Girolamo Frescobaldi and Arcangelo Corelli.

Read More

Il Tallone di Achille (Achilles’ Heel), for small orchestra (2010, Completed 2013)

For other premieres, visit: Performances

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Suite per archi (1902/2010) [Respighi – Edited by Di Vittorio]

The Suite per archi dates to 1902, and was composed in six movements in the style of the Baroque.

Read More

Aria per archi (1901/2010) [Respighi – Transcribed by Di Vittorio]

Respighi’s Aria per archi dates to 1901, a one movement work.

Read More

Violin Concerto in A Major (1903/2009) [Respighi – Di Vittorio]. Commissioned by the family of Ottorino Respighi, for the Chamber Orchestra of New York.

Commissione dalla famiglia di Ottorino Respighi, pronipoti Elsa Pizzoli Mazzacane e Gloria Pizzoli Mangini,

Read More

Overtura Respighiana , for orchestra (2008). To the ladies Elsa Pizzoli Mazzacane & Gloria Pizzoli Mangini, great-grandchildren of Ottorino Respighi,for the Chamber Orchestra of New York.

For other premieres, visit: Performances

Read More

San Michele Arcangelo , for baritone, mixed choir and chamber orchestra (2005). Also, Prologue from opera “Fausto”.

San Michele Arcangelo, per baritone, coro e orchestra da camera
dal “Fausto” – Opera in due atti.

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Romeo and Juliet , Opera in two
acts,for six soloists, choir and orchestra (2003). Based on William
Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet .

For other premieres relating to this work, visit: Performances

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Sinfonia N. 2 “Lost Innocence” , for orchestra (1997 / Revised 2000)

Symphony No. 2 “Lost Innocence”, for orchestra, was composed in 1997 and then revised in 2000.

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Sinfonia N. 1 “Isolation” , for string orchestra (1994 / Revised 1999)

Sinfonia No. 1 “Isolation”, for string orchestra, was composed in 1994 and then revised in 1999.

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Sonata No. 1, for clarinet (1995 / Revised 1998)

1998, Trio Strabern; Piazzetta dell’Addolorata,
Marsala; G. Mattaliano, clarinet

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Ave Maria, for female choir, (1995, Revised 1998)

2000, Coro del Accademia Musicale Siciliana;
Chiesa St. Maria della Catena, Palermo; G. Colajanni, conductor

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