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Show all Band Music Shop 26 Show all Year of publication:. Description Publisher-Brand. Do not delete this link. Do you want to add the selected products to the basket? Due to changes to the product list you will lose the selection. Yes, add product s to the basket. View: Tiles List List. Public Not listed Private. Italia - sheet music. Other italian artists. Buy sheet music books Calace, Raffaele. Raffaele Calace - Calace was born in Naples, Italy, the son of Antonio Calace, a successful instrument maker.
He initially trained to be a musician, discovered the mandolin, and soon became a virtuoso. After Calace graduated with high honers from the Regio Conservatorio di Musica in Naples, he set out to elevate the mandolin's place in music.
To achieve this, he toured Europe and Japan, giving concerts on the Neapolitan mandolin and liuto cantabile. The liuto cantabile is a bass variant of the mandolin family that scholars b elieve Neapolitan luthiers of the Vinaccia family created in the last decade of the 19th century, and that Raffaele Calace subsequently perfected. Raffaele Calace made three long-playing phonograph records on which he plays mandolin and liuto cantabile. Raffaele Calace wrote about compositions for mandolin. The mandolin method was published in and elaborates on the 18th-century Italian mandolin tutors by Giovanni Battista Gervasio c.
It shows the development of the traditional Italian playing style. The Calace school forms a bridge between other modern methods for mandolin, such as those by Raffaele Calace's countryman Silvio Ranieri , a Roman virtuoso who settled in Brussels, and the American-based Italian mandolinist Giuseppe Pettine Raffaele Calace and his brother Nicola Calace , also a musician, also became instrument makers in the Neapolitan mandolin family. They introduced improvements in building techniques and modernized the Neapolitan mandolin.
When Nicola Calace emigrated to the U. Today the Calace atelier is run by Calace's grandson Raffaele Jr. Text source : Wikipedia Hide extended text Read all. Share this page.
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