VITO LIUZZI plays live the "Divertimento Concertante" for doublebass and piano (better Orchestra) written by NINO ROTA (who has been the most important italian soundtrack's composer) for the great italian soloist FRANCO PETRACCHI. It's a live-TV performance for Telenorba Broadcasting Italian TV (the most important South Italy local TV. But for questions of Copyright, they has no gived the permission to use their professional shootings. I have had to download a normal videocamera shootings, and not the professional ones.
In this recital I played: Koussevitzky Concerto, Bottesini " Capriccio di bravura",
Bottesini "Elegia in Re", Nino Rota "Divertimento Concertante" and Bottesini "Tarantella".
It's not easy to play with three professional cameras framing you and with those three unpleasant lights which appear and disappear. It has been a big emotion !!!
I had 23 years oldÂ and It was my first (and Last!!!)Â Italian TV PUBLIC CONCERT. I beg your pardon!Â
Enjoy with it!!
p.s.: Bottesini Tarantella is an optional in the third video, at the end. "Too tired and too imprecisions :-)!!
p.p.s.:sorry if quality audio-video is not at the best levels!!! It's my brother fault, dr. Rino Liuzzi.
Vito Liuzzi http://vitoliuzzi.altervista.org
pf: maestro Gianni Saponara (Professor of Piano in Italian Conservatory of Music) with my friend dr. Rosalba Lapresentazione