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Considered one of the foremost soloists of his day, Aurelio Magnani was the father of the modern Italian clarinet school.
His pupils filled prestigious positions in orchestras worldwide. He was also a composer, having studied in Bologna, and in addition to operas wrote extensively for his own instrument. These fantasies, paraphrases and melodies embrace florid virtuosity and melting lyricism alike, and are inspired and sophisticated works revealing the best in Italian style.
Aurelio Magnani: Divertimento No. 1
Divertimento No. 1
Aurelio Magnani: Divertimento No. 2
Divertimento No. 2
Aurelio Magnani: Elegia
Aurelio Magnani: Romanza e Valzer nell'opera Faust di Gounod
Romanza e Valzer nell'opera Faust di Gounod
Aurelio Magnani: Melodia romantica
Aurelio Magnani: Mazurka-Caprice
Aurelio Magnani: Solo de Concert
Solo de Concert
“Despite this listener-friendliness, the recital is, for the most part, a virtuosic work-out for the clarinettist...This recording can thus be seen as Bosi's tribute to Magnani, and what a fine one it is. His tone is mellow, his phrasing refined and thoughtful.”