"Ave Maria" di Siracusa (Canzoncina a Maria Virgo a Lacrimis) voice + sax + organ

Composer: Giuseppe Di Mare (s.a.), 2003


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Score:  not available
MIDI / Lyrics:  not available
Recording:  not available

CD: Di Mare interpreta se Stesso - Live
tr12 - Canzoncina a Maria Virgo a Lacrimis

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OrganistaGDiMare | December 29, 2010

http://www.giuseppedimare.it - Giuseppe Di Mare - "Ave Maria" Siracusa - Giuseppe Di Mare. Composta nel 2003 per il 50 anniversario dalla Lacrimazione della Madonna. Dal CD Live "Di Mare interpreta se stesso (autore delle Musiche e dei testi G. Di Mare) registrato nella chiesa del SS Salvatore di Siracusa nel gennaio 2004

Internet references, biography information.
Giuseppe Di Mare, born in Augusta, received a degree in piano at the Conservatory of San Pietro in Maiella di Napoli, and under the expert tutelage of the pianist Rodolfo Caporali excelled in Organ and Organ Composition at Santa Cecilia Conservatory in Rome with the guidance of Maestri Bellandi and Germani and has studied Composition with Maestri Bartolucci e Tosatti. He has held many concerts throughout Italy, and with great success has performed in Europe, Asia Minor, Asia, all around the Mediterranean countries and Africa.
He has participated in prestigious festivals, important musical reviews, village festivals and has performed his music during national and international conferences, world day occurrences and humanitarian events.
In addition to his solo concerts, he has performed with opera singers, Italian and international actors and actresses, and in "duo" with important artists. For these artistic activities he has received a number of prestigious awards and recognitions.

He is the "honoris causa" organist of Maria Ausiliatrice Church in San Marino, San Girolamo Church in Rimini, Sant'Antonio Basilica in Istanbul, Turkey, Our Lady of the Rosary of Fatima, Portugal, the Cathedral in Augusta and the Danish Lutheran Church Ansgarkirken in Copenaghen, a historical building. The concerts of the Maestro are covered by most important Italian dailies and weekly magazines, RAI-Italian television, Vatican Radio, and numerous Italian and foreign radio and television stations, which have broadcast live or recorded concerts. As far as his works, the organist Di Mare has recorded for Italian Television a program with baroque and pre-baroque music and has produced on video cassette in Saint Francis Basilica in Assisi, the Concert "From Nazareth to the Resurrection", his original creation for the Serafico Institute, (also available in CD and audio cassette), which he dedicated to the Holy Father, Pope John Paul II, who granted him a Special Audience in June 1999. The same concert was performed by the maestro at the Basilica in Istanbul, in the presence of "His Holiness Bartolomeo I- Ecumenical Patriarch". Recently, the President of Italy Ciampi nominated him "Commendatore dell'Ordine al Merito della Repubblica Italiana". Besides his concert activities, the organist Giuseppe Di Mare teaches and composes. (He won 1st Place in Composition at the III Mondial Musical Mariano Competition held in Frascati, Rome, 2001)

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