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This page was last edited on 21 Decemberat This style was previously used solely by violinists, bottesihi and cellists. List of compositions by Giovanni Bottesini.
At the conservatory, he studied with Luigi Rossi, to whom he would later dedicate his Tre grandi duetti per contrabasso. His solo works remain standard repertoire for accomplished double bassists to this day.
The instrument was owned by several unknown bass players. Eventually, it was changed back to a four-string configuration and is now in the possession of a private collector in Japan. Botteisni of the contributions of Bottesini eletia with those of Sperger and Dragonetti to bass technique, many have come to view the double bass as a diverse and versatile instrument. Bottesini purchased the Testore in for lire.
Bottesini’s bass was said to be a unique instrument with a remarkable sound.
His father sought a place for him in the Milan Conservatorybut due to the Bottesini family’s lack of money, Bottesini needed a scholarship. Shortly before his death, in he was appointed director of Parma Conservatory on Verdi’s bottesino.
Bottesini was widely acclaimed, and his virtuosic skill in the bass paralleled that of Paganini himself on the violin.
It was built by Carlo Antonio Testore in Only two positions were available: In and he conducted in Palermo, supervising the production of his opera Marion Delorme inand in in Barcelona. When conducting opera, Bottesini would frequently bring his double bass on stage during the intermission to play fantasies on the evening’s opera. Bottesini was also one of the first performers to adopt the French-style bow grip for the double bass.
It nearly met its end in the s as it sat backstage in a marionette theater in Milan. During these years he diversified the toils of conducting by repeated concert tours through Europe.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Most notably there are many virtuoso bass players who draw inspiration from the early renaissance of the double bass. This money financed the acquisition of an instrument of Carlo Giuseppe Testoreand a globe-trotting career as “the Paganini of the Double Bass” was launched.
Giovanni Bottesini 22 Btotesini — 7 Julywas an Italian Romantic composer, conductor, and a double bass virtuoso. Retrieved from ” https: The Testore bass obttesini later converted back to a four-stringed instrument, and then to a three. On leaving Milan, he spent some time in America and also occupied the position of principal double-bass in the Italian opera at Havana, where he later became director. He prepared a successful audition for the double bass scholarship in a matter of eleggia.
Born in Crema, Lombardyhe was taught the rudiments of music by his father, an accomplished clarinetist and composer, at a young age and had played timpani in Crema with the Teatro Sociale before the age of eleven. This article includes a list of referencesrelated reading or external linksbut its sources remain unclear because it lacks inline citations. After this he made frequent visits to England, and his extraordinary command of his unwieldy instrument gained him great popularity in London and the provinces.
He also wrote The Garden of Oliveta devotional oratorio libretto by Joseph Bennettwhich was produced at the Norwich festival ineleven string quartets, a quintet for string quartet and double bass, and many works for the double bass, including two concertos for solo double bass, the Gran Duo Concertante originally for two double basses, Passione Amorosa for two double basses, and numerous pieces for double bass and piano.
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