Andrea Mogavero: “The Magic Flute: Arias of the Queen of the Night, Arranged for One and Two Flutes “


  • Composer(s): Andrea Mogavero, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • Edition: Da Vinci Edition
  • Editor: Andrea Mogavero
  • Format: A4 - Paperback
  • Genre: Instrumental
  • Instrumentation: Flute
  • ISMN: 9790216219662
  • Pages: 12
  • Period: Classical
  • Publication year: 2023
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Andrea Mogavero: Begins studying flute in 1992 after listening to the well-known French virtuoso Jean-Pierre RAMPAL, who becomes his principle guide and source of inspiration.
He cleverly graduates at the “Tito Schipa” Conservatory in Lecce, Italy and then he specializes with the international soloists Andrea GRIMINELLI and Claudi ARIMANY.
He collaborated with the great flutist Sir James GALWAY, with Massimiliano DAMERINI, Andrea GRIMINELLI, Claudi ARIMANY, Lady Jeanne GALWAY; with the canadian singer-songwriter Patrick WATSON, Vittoria YEO and the Luciano PAVAROTTI FOUNDATION.
In 2009 he has been invited to study at the “Ecole Normale de Musique A. Cortot” in Paris, from the Maestro Shigenori KUDO.
He has studied with important flutists as Jànos BALINT, Pierre-Yves ARTAUD and achieves the Degree in Musical Teaching Methodology at the “Nino Rota” School of Music in Monopoli, Italy; he got the Degree in Flute Soloist at the “G. Paisiello” Musical Institute in Taranto, Italy - studying with the flute teacher Angelo Malerba - and the Degree in Chamber Music. He attends “High Specializing Master for Wind Instrument Musicians in Soloist and Orchestras’ Repertoire” with Hans-Jörg SCHELLEMBERGER (1st Oboe at the Berliner Philharmonisches Orchester 1977-2001), Claudio Paradiso, Lorenzo Castriota Skanderbeg and Karl MARTIN.
He studied opera singing with Vanna Massari CAMASSA – Tito SCHIPA’s pupil.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: (b Salzburg, 27 Jan 1756; d Vienna, 5 Dec 1791). Austrian composer, son of Leopold Mozart. His style essentially represents a synthesis of many different elements, which coalesced in his Viennese years, from 1781 on, into an idiom now regarded as a peak of Viennese Classicism. The mature music, distinguished by its melodic beauty, its formal elegance and its richness of harmony and texture, is deeply coloured by Italian opera though also rooted in Austrian and south German instrumental traditions. Unlike Haydn, his senior by 24 years, and Beethoven, his junior by 15, he excelled in every medium current in his time. He may thus be regarded as the most universal composer in the history of Western music.