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Patrice SCIORTINO



Patrice Sciortino was born in Paris July 26, 1922. His father Edouard Sciortino, composer, pupil of Vincent d'Indy, teaches Gregorian chant at the Schola Cantorum. His mother, a poet, is also an amateur pianist. He began studying music at six years in the family. At thirteen, he prepared jointly entered the Beaux-Arts and the entrance exam at the Schola Cantorum where he was received. He studied piano with Jules Gentil and writing with Philip and Edouard Sciortino Achylle. In 1942 he became organist at the Cathedral of Ales and music teacher in this city. By 1946, he returned to Paris and active in all aspects of music: support, management, orchestration, and made to order for radio, television, film and stage. After researching the non European music and an internship at the G. R. M. He realizes with the engineer Charlin disk Cyclops, a witness exotic and acoustic. His collaboration with the company Russillo gives rise to four major ballet. Meanwhile, he pursued a literary activity where a collection of poetry, Stigmata, twenty plays and musical topics. After creating a course in analysis at European, he directs the Conservatory of the thirteenth arrondissement in Paris from 1979 to 1992. In 1995, it provides courses in orchestration and composition at the Schola Cantorum. He is also appointed by the Ministry of continuing education for music teachers. Its catalog, which has hundreds of Opus, is comprised of symphonic scores, choral, instrumental, chamber music, orchestral harmony, cantatas, an oratorio and even compositions for marginal instruments (wave Martenot, accordion, harmonica). It includes, not least, fifteen lyrical works which he himself wrote the books: Atsmeuk (controlling O. R. T. F. ) The case F. F. O. P. P. (Control state), Odyssey (Order of the Hauts-de-Seine), Ships of the sun (controlling ADIAM 95), C ur iron (controlling Workshop City 'Avray). Performances abroad (Germany, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Sweden, USA, Romania, Czechoslovakia, etc.. ) And numerous disc recordings confirm his creativity. His book, The imaginary inventor, expressed in a style at once poetic and technical analysis of a new musical. *****English VersionPatrice Sciortino was born in Paris the 26th July 1922. His Father, Edouard Sciortino, and compose a student of Vincent d'Indy, course or program of Gregorian chant at the Shola Cantorum. His Mother Was a poet and amateur pianist aussi year. He Began to study music in the family circle at the age of six. At thirteen, ET Both prepared entrance to the Fine Arts and admission to the Schola Cantorum Where He Was Admitted. There, ET Studied piano with Jules Gentil and writing with Philip and Edouard Sciortino Achylle. In 1942, ET Became head organist at Cathedral Ales and music teacher at the city high school. In 1946, ET Moved back to Paris and a wide-range of practised musical professions: accompaniment, Conducting, Orchestration and Commissioned compositions for the radio, television, cinema and internship. After research on non-European music and a race at the G. R. M;, hey made arecord year of exotic and acoustic work, The Cyclops, with the engineer Chalin. His partnership with the company producted Russilo oven Major ballets. Meanwhile, historical literary efforts led to a collection of poetry - Stigmata - twenty plays and a musical number of columns. Having created a year call analysis at the European conservatory, ET Paris 13th arrondissement directed the conservatory from 1979 to 1992. In 1995, ET Taught orchestration and composition classes at the Schola Cantorum. He Was Appointed aussi director of music teaching by the French Ministry of Continuing Education. His catalog includes opuses Several Hundred and is made up of symphonic, choral and instrumental scores, chamber music and orchestral works harmonic, cantatas, oratorios year and Even compositions for unusual instruments (ondes Martenot, accordion, harmonica). Last but no least fifteen or so it includes lyrical works for Which He Wrote the books Himself: Atsmeuk (O. R. T. F. Committee), The case F. F. O. P. P. (State commission), Odyssey (Hauts-de-Seine district commission), Ships of the sun (the commission ADIAM 95), C ur iron (Ville d'Avray Workshop Committee). His foreign concerts (Germany, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Sweden, United States, Romania, Czechoslovakia, etc.. ) And Many Have Confirmed history recordings creativity. In history book, The inventor imaginary (The imaginary inventor), ET uses poetic history and technical style to express a new concept of musical analysis.
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cover Bing Bong Symphony Land
Bing Bong
Patrice SCIORTINO
Publisher : Symphony Land
Genre : Chamber Music
Group : Brass ensemble
Reference (SL10673) : 86,00

cover Iris (P1 : Steel P2. Balafon P3. Lames P4. Métaux) Symphony Land
Iris (P1 : Steel P2. Balafon P3. Lames P4. Métaux)
Patrice SCIORTINO
Publisher : Symphony Land
Genre : Instrumental music
Group : Percussion
Style & options : Percussion ensemble
Reference (SL10541) : 35,12

cover Bing Bong Symphony Land
Bing Bong
Patrice SCIORTINO
Publisher : Symphony Land
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Brass band
Reference (SL10467) : 69,00

cover Sax Simile (9 Saxophones) Symphony Land
Sax Simile (9 Saxophones)
Patrice SCIORTINO
Publisher : Symphony Land
Genre : Instrumental music
Group : Saxophone
Style & options : Saxophone ensemble
Reference (SL10347) : 52,17

cover Méloctie (Clarinette, Basson, Cor et Quintette à Cordes) Symphony Land
Méloctie (Clarinette, Basson, Cor et Quintette à Cordes)
Patrice SCIORTINO
Publisher : Symphony Land
Genre : Chamber Music
Group : Wood ensemble
Reference (SL10327) : 48,12

cover Et Commencèrent à Trembler (Flute, Hautbois, Clarinette, Cor, Basson) Symphony Land
Et Commencèrent à Trembler (Flute, Hautbois, Clarinette, Cor, Basson)
Patrice SCIORTINO
Publisher : Symphony Land
Genre : Chamber Music
Group : Wood ensemble
Reference (SL10326) : 28,60

cover Sym ( Clarinette Sib et Clarinette Basse) Symphony Land
Sym ( Clarinette Sib et Clarinette Basse)
Patrice SCIORTINO
Publisher : Symphony Land
Genre : Instrumental music
Group : Clarinet
Style & options : Bass clarinet
Reference (SL10302) : 13,02

cover Scanzion Symphony Land
Scanzion
Patrice SCIORTINO
Publisher : Symphony Land
Genre : Instrumental music
Group : Percussion
Reference (SL10272) : 78,58

cover Metallucinaires (3 Trompettes, 3 Trombones, 3 Cors) Symphony Land
Metallucinaires (3 Trompettes, 3 Trombones, 3 Cors)
Patrice SCIORTINO
Publisher : Symphony Land
Genre : Chamber Music
Group : Brass ensemble
Reference (SL10222) : 38,43

cover Héraut (4 Trompettes, 4 Cors, 4 Trombones, Tuba, 2 Percussions) Symphony Land
Héraut (4 Trompettes, 4 Cors, 4 Trombones, Tuba, 2 Percussions)
Patrice SCIORTINO
Publisher : Symphony Land
Genre : Chamber Music
Group : Brass ensemble
Reference (SL10221) : 58,00

cover Pour Trois Perces (Trompette, Cor, Trombone) Symphony Land
Pour Trois Perces (Trompette, Cor, Trombone)
Patrice SCIORTINO
Publisher : Symphony Land
Genre : Chamber Music
Group : Brass trio
Reference (SL10133) : 19,65

cover Crise Os Faune (Trompette, Trombone et Piano) Symphony Land
Crise Os Faune (Trompette, Trombone et Piano)
Patrice SCIORTINO
Publisher : Symphony Land
Genre : Chamber Music
Group : Brass trio
Reference (SL10132) : 55,99

cover Lacs (Trombone Basse et Trio à Cordes) Symphony Land
Lacs (Trombone Basse et Trio à Cordes)
Patrice SCIORTINO
Publisher : Symphony Land
Genre : Instrumental music
Group : Trombone
Style & options : Bass trombone
Reference (SL10112) : 22,78

cover Pentacle Robert Martin
Pentacle
Patrice SCIORTINO
Publisher : Robert Martin
Genre : Chamber Music
Group : Brass quintet
Reference (SCIO02102) : 38,43

cover Pupitres Robert Martin
Pupitres
Patrice SCIORTINO
Publisher : Robert Martin
Genre : Orchestra
Group : String orchestra
Set Wind Band (SCIO01709-BA) : 41,93
Full score (SCIO01709-CO) : 14,73