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Attilio Ciardi
1837 - 1905
Italy
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A. Ciardi
Attilio Ciardi (24/06/1834 - 08/11/1905), an Italian composer and musician, from Prato. Attilio Ciardi ia a brother of the great flautist Cesare Ciardi.
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http://www.crprato.it/sito/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=136:personaggi-pratesi-ordinati-per-data&catid=48:personaggi-pratesi-ordinati-per-data&Itemid=191
Requiem
Period:Romanticism
Composed in:1868 bef.
Musical form:mass
Text/libretto:Latin mass
Requiem written by: Attilio Ciardi (1837-1905), Olimpo Mariotti (1813-1868) and Guido Guasti (1882-1947):
01. Ciardi Requiem for choir and orchestra;
02. Ciardi Kyrie for choir and orchestra;
03. Mariotti Dies irae for choir, soloists and orchestra;
04. Guasti In memory of the M. Cav. Ciardi: Motet for 2C and S;
05. Ciardi Sanctus for choir and orchestra;
06. Ciardi O Sacrum Convivium for St;
07. Ciardi Agnus Dei for choir and orchestra;
08. Mariotti Absolution for choir and orchestra

Notes:
[Score and parts]. - [Meadow] : copy [multiple hands], [2. mid 19th century]. - 1 score (58 cc.); 220 300 mm + 82 parts Score and parts are copies by various hands, including Luigi Borgioli and Guido Guasti. - The Motet In Memory of M. Cav. Attilio Ciardi, composed by Guido Guasti, is not present in the score. - Present the manifesto of the program of the solemn funeral honors for Attilio Ciardi, celebrated on January 21, 1906, the occasion in which these music were performed.
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