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Wonderful voices of Túumben Paax choir has sung Valentini’s Agnus Dei in Costa Rica

Túumben Paax choir, winner of international awards has sung the 5th of September Valentini’s Agnus Dei in Costa Rica in Auditorio Clodomiro Picado at Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica (UNA).
Túumben Paax is a choir of six female wonderful voices with contemporary music repertoire.
They made the premiere of the piece in 2012 in Mexico City and with the Agnus Dei won an international award in Florence, Italy.
Valentini is writing new works for them. The collaboration continues …


For the first time “Bagliori nella notte” for flute and piano on CD

Cesare Valentini – Bagliori nella notte (final section) Ema Vinci CD

For the first time “Bagliori nella notte” for flute and piano on CD. he piece, played by the great master Roberto Fabbriciani with Simone Ori at the piano, describes a solitary and hot summer night with glow on the sky.


L’ ha detto la radio a Roma l’ 11 dicembre

La storia della radio, dal 1924 a nostri giorni, raccontata da Antonio de Robertis grazie alle voci e alle immagini dei protagonisti che ne hanno fatto la storia e impreziosita dalla musica del Novecento, eseguita dal flautista Roberto Fabbriciani e dal pianista Cesare Valentini.

Haydn – Quartetto n. 7
Gershwin – I love you Porgy
Fabbriciani – Birds
Valentini – Intermezzo dall’opera “L’Audizione”
Fabbriciani – Preludio a una canzone
Garner – Misty
Green – Body and soul
Maderna – Serenata per un satellite

Blu Cobalto

This is the first of a project of solo instruments pieces called colors and inspired by the color of the sound of each instrument. Every piece is written in one position/chord/multiphonic and all that you can listen (chords, melodies, rythms) is created by partials of a multiphonic that have a F quarter tone as fundamental. Blu Cobalto is a commission of the flutist Roberto Fabbriciani that premiered the piece in 4th June 2011 giving to the work his magic coloristic and virtuose art of playng. During all the work he doesn’t move his hand by the position and in a live performance you can watch a performer with stop hands on the flute. Blu Cobalto requires an “active” role of the player that has all the sounds in the multiphonic but must “search” and listen every note or chord in which wants to put the focus on. All partials are not tempered and create a natural tuning sound. At the end of the video a blue image of the cat Swrap that loves the vibrations of this music.