Marco Fedalto: Tuberie, Azione musicale, for Tenor, Baritone, Bass e Instrumental Trio

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  • Composer: Marco Fedalto
  • Edition: Da Vinci Edition
  • Format: A4 - Paperback
  • Genre: Vocal
  • Instrumentation: Baritone, Bass, Tenor
  • ISMN: 9790216213738,00
  • Pages: 24
  • Period: Contemporary
  • Publication year: 2020
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TUBERIE arises from the artistic demand to tackle the Contemporary Vocal repertoire that has been reaching nowadays an off-limits point after the masters’ masterpieces written over the 20th Century. As often happens for musical genres and vocal (or instrumental) groups once they have reached their technical-artistic peak – i.e. the String Quartet – there is a tendency to start from “a new beginning”. This means rethinking technical instruments available to composers and using them wisely with new acoustical perspectives. In my case, I’ve started collecting and cataloguing the vocal “gestures” most used in the contemporary repertoire and I’ve bent them to an innovative musical drama in support of a plausible side of a polytextual and surrealistic lyrics. Surrealism has been actually the mental perspective guided me in the composition of TUBERIE for vocal trio (male singers) and instrumental trio. The piece is compound inside by different and very fast tableaux, each of which is driven by a crazy dynamism tending to an acceleration of events until the final Baryton cadence where he evokes the metaphysics of the singing “…I am…I am your singer…I am a snake charmer”.

Composer

Marco Fedalto (Treviso, 28 August 1978) is an award-winning composer. He obtained a bachelor's degree in Piano (Ferrara), Scoring for Band (Verona), Scoring for Audiovisual (Castelfranco, Veneto) and a master's degree in Composition (Mozarteum University, Salzburg). He has also attended the Hollywood Music Workshop in Vienna, as well as the Los Angeles Film Conducting Intensive Course.

He has received a nomination for the “Reel Music Awards” during the 2018 IFMA Annual Conference, and has composed for many musical genres; such as, opera, film music, chamber music, theatre, electronic music, contemporary music, pop and many other soloist pieces.

Since 2019, he has participated in the television series LEO DA VINCI: an international production involving Gruppo Alcuni Animation Studios, Rai, Cosmos-Maya, Hessische Rundfunk, and All Rights Entertainment, which is available on Netflix.

He contributes regularly to Gruppo Alcuni Animation Studios, IMPUTLEVEL Cinema & TV, Fine Arts in Film Making, the Venice Conservatory of Music, and the Ugo & Olga Levi Foundation.

Over the years his music has been performed by the Haydn Orchestra, the Symphonic Orchestra of San Remo, Giovani Musicisti Veneti, Orchestra Senzaspine, and OrchestrAprogetto.

His music for audiovisuals (Cinema & TV) has been presented in numerous international festivals, such as the Toronto International Film Festival, the Berlin International Film Festival, the Venice International Film Festival, and the Cannes Film Festival.

He is member of the ACMF (Film Music Composers Association, chaired by the late Ennio Morricone) and Premio Vicenzoni (chaired by Giorgio Diritti and Giuliano Taviani).

«Fedalto performs a rare kind of compositional writing in Italy, based on luxuriant orchestration, burning colours, looming rhythms and intensive exploitations of any available acoustic resources»
Roberto Pugliese, Colonne Sonore

«The orchestra just goes wild with a positive vibe and infectious joy. The trick is to go orchestral; there is almost no way in which a beautiful orchestral piece can become generic or frustrating so no matter how long the cues or the score, enjoyment is had. I don’t even care about the story anymore, I just follow the Fedalto music, and listen to the instruments come together in beautiful melodies»
Mihnea Manduteanu, Soundtrackdreams

«Fedalto musical colours give to the entire score an old-fashion experience where composers attached importance to tonal diversity»

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