Alceo Galliera – Rossini: Overtures by Alceo Galliera (2022) [FLAC 24bit/96kHz]

Alceo Galliera - Rossini: Overtures by Alceo Galliera (2022) [FLAC 24bit/96kHz] Download

Alceo Galliera – Rossini: Overtures by Alceo Galliera (2022)
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Alceo Galliera (3 May 1910 – 21 April 1996) was a distinguished Italian conductor and composer. He was the son of Arnaldo Galliera (1871—1934) who taught in organ class at the Parma Conservatory.
Alceo Galliera55 Galliera was born in Milan in 1910 and studied piano, organ, and composition at the Milan Conservatory.
Among the orchestras he conducted were those of La Scala and the Santa Cecilia Academy in Rome. He conducted operas in which Maria Callas sang, as well as concerts with such great pianists as Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli and Dinu Lipatti. He also appeared at the Lucerne Festival where he conducted the Philharmonia Orchestra, and the Salzburg Festival with the Vienna Philharmonic. In 1950-51 he was the conductor of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra (then known as the Victorian Symphony Orchestra).
As a conductor he was a gifted accompanist who achieved in establishing the necessary synergy. He accompanied Claudio Arrau, Dinu Lipatti, and Clara Haskil. He recorded also for the Philips label, a.o. Mozart Piano Concertos with Pianist Ingrid Haebler.


1-1. Alceo Galliera – William Tell Overture (Remastered 2022) (12:11)
1-2. Alceo Galliera – La Gazza Ladra Overture (Remastered 2022) (09:52)
1-3. Alceo Galliera – Il Barbiere di Siviglia Overture (Remastered 2022) (06:46)
1-4. Alceo Galliera – La Scala di Seta Overture (Remastered 2022) (06:25)
1-5. Alceo Galliera – L’ italiana in Algeri Overture (Remastered 2022) (08:06)
1-6. Alceo Galliera – Semiramide Overture (Remastered 2022) (12:27)
1-7. Alceo Galliera – La Cenerentola Overture (Remastered 2022) (08:27)


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