Walter Rinaldi | Pachelbel: Canon - Mendelssohn: Wedding March - Schubert: Ave Maria - Satie: Gymnopèdies - Chopin: Waltzes - Listz: Love Dream - Sinding: Rustle of Spring - Mozart: Turkish March - Paradisi: Toccata - Rinaldi: Works

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Pachelbel: Canon - Mendelssohn: Wedding March - Schubert: Ave Maria - Satie: Gymnopèdies - Chopin: Waltzes - Listz: Love Dream - Sinding: Rustle of Spring - Mozart: Turkish March - Paradisi: Toccata - Rinaldi: Works

by Walter Rinaldi

Pachelbel: Canon - Mendelssohn: Wedding March - Erik Satie: Gymnopèdies - Schubert: Ave Maria - Chopin: Waltzes - Listz: Love Dream - Sinding: Rustle of Spring - Mozart: Turkish March - Rinaldi: Works
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1. Canon in D Major for Solo Piano
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2. Canon in D Major for Organ
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3. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 61: Wedding March (for Solo Piano)
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4. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 61: Wedding March (for Organ)
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5. Ave Maria, Op. 56, No. 6, D. 839 (for Solo Piano)
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6. Ave Maria, Op. 56, No. 6, D. 839 (for Organ)
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7. Lohengrin: Bridal Chorus (Here Comes the Bride): Prelude to Act III (for Organ)
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8. Rustle of Spring, Op. 32, No. 3
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9. The Well - Tempered Clavier, Book I: Prelude No. 1 in C Major, BWV 846
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10. Cantata: "Herz Und Mund Und Tat Und Leben", BWV 147: Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring, for Solo Piano (Jesus, Bleibet Meine Freude)
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11. Gymnopèdie: I. Lent Et Douloureux
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12. Gymnopèdie: II. Lent Et Triste
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13. Waltz No. 7 in C-Sharp Minor, Op. 64, No. 2
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14. Waltz No. 10 in B Minor, Op. 69, No. 2
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15. Impromptu in C Sharp Minor, Op. 66, No. 4: Fantaisie-Impromptu
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16. Liebestraum No. 3 in A Flat Major, S. 541: Love Dream
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17. Etude No. 3, S. 141: La Campanella
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18. Piano Sonata in A Major, No. 6: I. Toccata
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19. Piano Sonata No. 11 in A Major, K331: III. "Turkish March"
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20. Danza Espanola, Op. 37, No. 2: II. Oriental
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21. Songs Without Words, Book IV, Op. 53, No. 5: Allegro
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22. Adagio for Solo Piano in B Minor, Op. 3, No. 1: Metamorfosi
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23. Piano Sonata No. 16 in C Major, K 545, "Sonata Facile": I. Allegro
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24. Piano Sonata No. 16 in C Major, K 545, "Sonata Facile": II. Andante
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25. Piano Sonata No. 16 in C Major, K 545, "Sonata Facile": III. Rondò
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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© Copyright Walter Rinaldi 2012


Walter Rinaldi began studying piano at 7 years old. At 15 he started study of classical guitar and graduated from the Conservatorio San Pietro a Maiella, in Naples, Italy. As a young man he was very moved by British Progressive Rock and by classical music, especially J. S. Bach and the Romantics, and started composing instrumental music for keyboards, piano, bass, and electric, classical, and acoustic guitars.
He studied piano with Maestro Antonio Di Palma and then composition in Rome under the tutelage of Maestro Luciano Pelosi.
In 1995 he recorded: “I Percorsi dell’Acqua”, a CD of instrumental pieces for guitar, synthesizers, and piano, composed and executed by him. The CD has often been broadcasted on RAI, the national Italian radio.
Later, he published other Cd of music composed when he was very young: “La Stagione Gialla”, "Incoscienza",“I Giorni e la Valle”. 
In 2007, June, he produced a Cd called:”Pachelbel – Rinaldi – Vivaldi”, containing his 4 Works for String Orchestra, Pachelbel's Canon and Vivaldi's Cello Concerto. In 2008, April, he produced "Endless" with Concertos and Works for String Orchestra by J.S.Bach, Antonio Vivaldi, Tomaso Albinoni.
In 2008 too, he produced:"Alle Porte della Terra": this album contains all the works for String Orchestra and Concertos.
In December 2008 he recorded:"10 Ways of Pachelbel's Canon in D". He played all instruments.
In 2009 he recorded: "Pachelbel - Beethoven - Mozart - Bach - Rinaldi: Piano Works"
The album contains classical music for solo piano.
In 2010 he published: "Quartets for Strings". 
His musical productions include music for String Orchestra, Symphony Orchestra, String Quartet and compositions for solo and various instruments. 
He wrote the soundtracks for animation films.
His compositions evoke moving images, deeply connected with the world of nature and the spiritual dimension.
All the orchestral music is directed by Nicola Samale.





Walter Rinaldi inizia lo studio del pianoforte all’età di 7 anni.
La sua curiosità creativa lo porta sin da giovanissimo ad esplorare diversi percorsi musicali.
A 15 anni intraprende lo studio della chitarra classica e si diploma presso il Conservatorio San Pietro a Maiella di Napoli.

Ha studiato pianoforte con il M° Antonio Di Palma, allievo del M° Aldo Ciccolini.
Ha proseguito il suo iter musicale a Roma con lo studio della composizione 
con il M° Luciano Pelosi.

In giovane età si appassiona al Progressive Inglese degli anni ’70 e alla musica classica, soprattutto a quella di J. S. Bach, ai Romantici, e compone musica strumentale per chitarra, tastiere, pianoforte, basso e batteria, che registra usando registratori multitraccia, e suonando tutti gli strumenti.
Nel 1995 è stato pubblicato: “I Percorsi Dell’Acqua”, un compact disc di brani strumentali per chitarre, sintetizzatori,pianoforte e batteria interamente composti ed eseguiti dall’autore.

A questo fanno seguito altri Cd che raccolgono le musiche composte in giovane età: “La Stagione Gialla”, "Incoscienza", “I Giorni e la Valle”, “Verde”, “Il Desiderio e l’ Ombra”.
Nel 2007, ha prodotto un cd di nome: “Pachelbel - Rinaldi - Vivaldi”, dove sono contenuti quattro suoi lavori per Orchestra d’ Archi, il Canone di Pachelbel e un Concerto per Violoncello di Vivaldi.
Nel 2008 ha prodotto: "Endless", che comprende suoi Lavori per Orchestra d’ Archi e Concerti di J.S.Bach, Antonio Vivaldi, Tomaso Albinoni.
Nel 2008, ancora ha prodotto:"Alle Porte della Terra", che contiene tutti i suoi lavori per Orchestra d' Archi e Concerti.
Ancora nel 2008: "10 Revisitations of Canon in D by Pachelbel", che contiene 10 interpretazioni personali del Canone di Pachelbel in cui egli suona tutti gli strumenti.

Nel 2009 ha registrato: "Pachelbel - Beethoven - Mozart - Bach - Rinaldi: Piano Works".
E’ un album di classici per pianoforte.

Nel 2010 ha pubblicato:" Quartets for Strings", contenente i suoi 2 Quartetti per Archi.
Ancora nel 2010 ha pubblicato: “Piano and Organ Works”, contenente brani classici e alcuni brani personali
per Pianoforte e brani classici per Organo.
La sua produzione musicale comprende musica per Orchestra d’Archi, Orchestra Sinfonica, Quartetto d’ Archi, per strumenti soli e composizioni per vari organici di strumenti. Ha scritto musiche per cartoni animati.

Le sue composizioni evocano immagini suggestive, profondamente connesse con il mondo della natura e le dimensioni dello spirito. 

Le musiche sono tutte dirette dal M° Nicola Samale.


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