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Paolo Arcą
1953 -
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P. Arcą
Paolo Arcą (12/05/1953), an Italian composer (born in Rio de Janeiro). He studied music with Irma Ravinale and V. Gobbi Belcredi at the "Santa Cecilia" Conservatory of Rome, graduating in composition, piano, orchestral direction, choral music and choral direction. He subsequently specialized with Franco Donatoni at the Accademia Chigiana of Siena (1982) and at the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, Rome (1983). Winner of first prize at the International "France Culture-Musique Contemporaine 2" Competition of Avignon, his works have been performed at numerous festivals and other contemporary music events.
Requiem per le vittime della mafia - Offertorio
Composed in:1992
Musical form:free
Text/libretto:Vincenzo Consolo
In memory of:victims of the maffia
Offertorio from Requiem per le vittime della mafia is for soprano, mezzosoprano, choir and orchestra. Duration: ca. 10'.
This requiem is a collaborative composition of Marco Betta (Lux aeterna), Lorenzo Ferrero (Introito), Carlo Galante (Dies irae), Paolo Arcą, (Offertorio), Matteo D'Amico (Sanctus), Giovanni Sollima (Agnus Dei) and Marco Tutino (Libera me) on a text of Vincenzo Consolo (1933), an Italian writer.
First performance: 27/03/1993, Cathedral of Palermo.
V. Consolo