E.Scogna, G.Caruso, M.Frisina, G.Lentini, A.Pärt, C.Carrara: MISERICORDIAE VULTUS

Scogna: Inno | Caruso: Alma Redemptoris Mater | Lentini: Stabat Mater, Liturgia delle ore – Orchestral Suite | Frisina: Adoro te devote, Ave Maris Stella | Pärt: Summa, Vater Unser | Carrara: Luce, O Infinito Silenzio


  • Artist(s): Roberto Abbondanza, Mauro Tortorelli, Rodolfo Bonucci, Bibiana Carusi, Angelo Colone, Nello Salza, Alessandro Albenga, Coro Musicanova, Orchestra da Camera “B. Marcello”, The City of Rome Contemporary Music Ensemble, Nova Amadeus Chamber Orchestra, Monesis Ensemble, Flavio Emilio Scogna, Vocal Ensemble Flos Florum, Fidelis et Amati Orchestra
  • Press: Avvenire | The Classic Voice 
  • Period: 21st Century
  • Catalogue No: C00022
  • Barcode: 0806810877852

Born in Italy in 1974, Stefano Lentini studied Anthropology and Ethnomusicology at the University of Rome. His first instrument was the guitar, built by his grandfather with the doors of an antique wardrobe. Ever since he was young he dedicated himself to the composition. A multi-instrumentalist, Lentini is known for his use of non-conventional tunes on guitar, but also plays electric bass, piano, renaissance lute, flutes, drums and several other instruments, often playing all of these on his soundtracks through the use of multi-track recording.

He is considered part of the cross-chamber music, but his influences are very broad. Lentini’ music often has spiritual themes, and many songs draw inspiration from real stories.
He scored films from Italy, France, US, UK, Australia, Brazil, Ukraine, Hong Kong. He is especially interested in non-conventional scoring. He has just provided it with his Stabat Mater, as seen in Wong Kar Wai’s “The Grandmaster”, two Academy Awards nominee.

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