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Willy Ferrero conducts Bach, Beethoven, Handel, Schubert, Schumann, Mussorgsky, Ravel and others
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Willy Ferrero

(March 21, 1906 - Portland, Maine, USA - March 24, 1954 - Rome, Italy)

The American-born Italian conductor and composer, Willy Ferrero, was born in Portland and was taken to Italy by his parents at age of 2. He was a musical prodigy and directed several symphonic pieces at the Trocadero in Paris at age of 3 years, 8 months. The great composer Massenet was among those who assisted at this concert and moved to the point of shedding tears he kissed the tiny director and exclaimed, "Go, you are born artist. Of you history will certainly speak”. At age of 4 he led orchestra in the Follies Bergere in Paris. On October 11, 1912 (age 6 years), he directed his first symphonic concert in Rome at the Teatro Costanzi. On February 11, 1913, he directed the Imperial Orchestra of 120 performers at St. Petersburg at the invitation of His Majesty the Tzar of Russia, Nicholas II, and was given the ensign of the Order of St. Stanislaus, a gold medallion and other valuable presents. He went on to conduct with great success throughout Europe. In 1914 he directed orchestra at Albert Hall in London; was decorated by Queen Alexandria and was presented with Gold Medal by the Italian Minister of Education after successful appearances in the Augusteum, where he conducted and orchestra and chorus of 500. In 1913 he was invited to the Vatican by Pope Pius X, and again in 1917 by Pope Benedict XV, and was presented by him with a large medallion. As a musical prodigy he received encomiums from Leopoldo Mugnone, Mo. Comm.; Sgambati, Director of the Royal Conservatory of S. Cecilia, Rome; Alberto Masco, critic of Tribuna; Prince Sergio Wolskonski, former director Imperial Theatre, St. Petersburg; Glasunof, director Conservatory of St. Petersburg; Prof. L. Auer; Prof. Nicola Solowieff; G. Tartascof, baritone of the Imperial Opera; A. Klessin, director of Imperial Orchestra; Prof. Sokoloff of the Academy of Fine Arts, and many others. After studies at the Vienna Academy of Music (graduated, 1924), Willy Ferrero resumed his career, appearing as orchestra leader in many of the larger cities of Italy, but never fulfilled his early promise. He wrote a symphonic poem, II mistero dell' aurora, and some chamber music.

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Ludwig van Beethoven

Symphony No. 1 in C major, Op. 21

Orchestra Sinfonica RAI Torino

25.09.1953

Johann Sebastian Bach

Prelude and Fugue, for organ in D minor, BWV 539

Partita for solo violin No. 3 in E major, BWV 1006 : Prelude

Orchestra Sinfonica EIAR

1940's

George Frederick Handel

Prelude for 2 oboes & strings in B flat

Orchestra Sinfonica EIAR

1940's

Franz Schubert

Moment musical for piano in F minor ("Air russe"), D. 780/3
(orch. Zandonai)

Orchestra Sinfonica EIAR

1940's

Robert Schumann

Kinderszenen (Scenes from Childhood) for piano, Op. 15 : No 07, Träumerei
(orch. Zandonai)

Orchestra Sinfonica EIAR

1940's

Modest Mussorgsky

  Khovanshchina: Golitsyn's Jouney, entr'acte for orchestra

Orchestra Sinfonica EIAR

1940's

Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov

The Flight of the Bumble Bee, musical picture for orchestra (from The Tale of Tsar Saltan)

Orchestra Sinfonica EIAR

1940's

Anatol Lyadov

Kikimora for orchestra, Op. 63

Orchestra Sinfonica EIAR

27.12.1937

Giuseppe Martucci

Notturno for piano (or orchestra) in G flat major, Op. 70/1

Orchestra Sinfonica EIAR

1940's

Giacomo Puccini

Manon Lescaut, opera : Act IV: Intermezzo

Grande Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano del Teatro alla Scala

1940's

Claude Debussy

Fêtes, for orchestra (Nocturne No. 2), L. 91/2

Orchestra Sinfonica RAI Torino

29.12.1950

Maurice Ravel

Boléro, ballet for orchestra

Daphnis et Chloé, ballet for orchestra: Unspecified excerpts

Orchestra Sinfonica RAI Torino

24.09.1953

Manuel de Falla

Vida breve, opera, G. 35/39 (2 versions): Excerpts

Orchestra stabile dell'Academia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia

27.06.1952

El Amor brujo, ballet for mezzo-soprano & orchestra in 1 act, G. 68 (revised version): Pantomina

El Sombrero de tres picos, Suite No. 1, for orchestra (scenes and dances from Part I), G. 58: Danza della mugnaia

El Sombrero de tres picos, Suite No. 1, for orchestra (scenes and dances from Part I), G. 58: Danza della mugnaia

Orchestra Sinfonica RAI Torino

25.11.1953

Richard Strauss

Till Eulenspiegels lustige Streiche, tone poem for orchestra, Op. 28

Grande Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano del Teatro alla Scala

1940's

Jean Sibelius

Valse Triste, for orchestra (from Kuolema), Op. 44/1

Orchestra Sinfonica EIAR

1940's

Ottorino Respighi

Feste romane, symphonic poem, P. 157: L'Ottobrata

Orchestra Sinfonica EIAR

3.12.1937

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