One of the things that music has both taught and gifted me with and for which I am immensely grateful, is that you never cease learning and discovering. A line that drives us to transcend and learn; it is this kind of curiosity that saves you and changes your life, every time you experiment it. It forces you to marvellously doubt yourself and therefore to put yourself on the line, to be humble in order to be at the service of an authentic mystery; to enable everything that happens to arouse your curiosity, to listen to others and to yourself, to be ready to learn from everyone and everything.
Music has given me constant epiphanies and it still has the same effect today, after forty-two years of study: music was not intended as a stand-alone, but as a form of transcription. On the contrary, music is the only form of transcription of everything, of the existential universe that ranges between science to human and emotional experiences. It is so strong and important to be the only form of art that is capable of even transcribing itself. Tolstoy said that music is the shorthand of emotion. Even more importantly, music transcribes everything: it was intended to transcribe the sounds of nature, over centuries, it has even become a way of translating opinions, also those of a social or religious nature.
Music “transcribes itself” every time it is performed: for example, when I play a piece by Bach on the piano, all that I perform immediately becomes transcription, even without changing a single note of the score, and the reason for this is simple: Bach could never have even remotely imagined what a modern piano sounded like. For this reason, the first cd of this album is dedicated to the principle of transcription. Transcription is the very nature of music.
The second CD contains the Serenade for Strings in C Major by Tchaikovsky. This is a magnificent composition however it is not executed very often. This Serenade is also a form of transcription; you will discover why.

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CD 1
[ 1 ]
ALESSANDRO MARCELLO - JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH - EZIO BOSSO
Adagio
[ 2]
PYOTR ILYICH CIAIKOVSKY- EZIO BOSSO
Ottobre, da Le Stagioni, Op.37a
[ 3 ]
EZIO BOSSO
In Her Name, The Sea Rain
[ 4 ]
JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH
Arioso, dal Concerto per clavicembalo e archi in fa minore, BWV 1056
[ 5 ]
EZIO BOSSO
Split, Postcards from Far Away (The Tea Room)
[ 6 ]
JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH - ALEXANDER SILOTI - EZIO BOSSO
Preludio in si minore BWV 855a n. 18
[ 7 ]
EZIO BOSSO
Rain, In Your Black Eyes
JOHN CAGE
4′33″ 
[ 8 ] I 
[ 9 ] II 
[ 10 ] III

Ezio Bosso: pianoforte (tranne tracce 8-10) e direzione d’orchestra
StradivariFestival Chamber Orchestra

CD 2
PYOTR ILYICH CIAIKOVSKY
Serenata per archi in Do Maggiore, Op. 48
[ 1 ] 
Pezzo in forma di sonatina: Andante non troppo - Allegro moderato
[ 2 ] 
Valse: Moderato - Tempo di valse
[ 3 ] 
Élégie: Larghetto elegiaco
[ 4 ] 
Finale (Tema russo): Andante - Allegro con spirito

Ezio Bosso: direzione d’orchestra
StradivariFestival Chamber Orchestra

Registrazione effettuata dall'1 al 3 febbraio 2018 presso l'Auditorium Giovanni Arvedi in Cremona

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