Carlo ProsperiPlay all audio recordings
He studied with Vito Frazzi and Luigi Dallapiccola from whom he inherited a rigidly dodecaphonic style. Between 1950 and 1958 he collaborated with the RAI in Rome. From this last year he was professor of harmony and counterpoint at the Conservatory of Florence .
A prolific author of symphonic and chamber music, he was one of the most frequented composers in the concert halls of Italian radio. His musical language is very personal, for his refined orchestration and the penetrating subtlety of his atonal technique.
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Divagamento Suite dal balletto Elogio della follia per orchestra (1986)
Chamber Ensemble (5 - 9 instruments)
Concerto per pianoforte, marimba e archi del l arcobaleno (1973)
Chamber Group ( 2 - 4 instruments )
Quattro invenzioni per clarinetto, violino, viola e arpa (1953)