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Ernesto Pellegrini
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  Title Year Instrumentation Description Price
new Alessandra's Piece 1997 Oboe, Harp 10 minutes, 1 movement. $15.50
new Alia's Piece 1999 Guitar 10 minutes, 1 movement. $9.50
new Duolog II 1995 B-flat Clarinet, Piano      written for Caroline Hartig.
15 minutes, 1 movement.
$15.50
new Duolog III 1998 Bassoon, Piano      written for Keith Sweger.
16 minutes, 1 movement.
$15.50
new Elegy II 2000 String Orchestra
Vln. I, Vln. II, Vla.,
Vc., Cb.
(all parts, divisi a2)
6 minutes, 1 movement. Score:
$19.50
 
Parts (6,6,4,4,2):
$69.50
 
Additional Parts
$3.50/part
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new Mahleriana 1994 Horn, Piano      written for Fred Ehnes.
18 minutes, 1 movement.
$15.50
new Movement VI 1993 Viola, Piano      written for David Sills.
14 minutes, 1 movement.
$15.50
new Movement X
(Arianna's Piece)
2004 Clarinet in A
(unaccompanied)
10 minutes, 1 movement. $10.50
new Piano Variations 1968 Piano 10 minutes, 1 movement. $9.50
new Preludio, Intermezzo and Finale 1968 B-flat Clarinet, Cello, Piano 15 minutes, 1 movement. $22.50
Pellegrini Photo Ernesto Pellegrini, born in 1932, studied composition with Vittorio Giannini and Vincent Persichetti while working on his Bachelor's and Master's degrees at the Juilliard School of Music, and with Richard Hervig while working on his doctoral studies at the University of Iowa. He has been an IBM Fellow, a Composers' Conference Fellow, and a Charles Ives Center for American Music Fellow. He has been awarded first prize in the League of Composers-International Society for Contemporary Music National Contest, the Arizona Cello Society-ASUC Cello Ensemble competition, and second prize in the Rheta A. Sosland competition. He has been a recipient of an Indiana Arts Commission Summer Master Fellowship Grant, a Composer Assistance Grant from the American Music Center, four Creative Arts Grants from Ball State University, and numerous commissions, as well as numerous ASCAP Panel awards. Many of his works have been featured regionally, nationally, and internationally. Premieres have been featured at such conferences as the 10th Saxophone World Congress (1992), the 21st Annual Convention of the National Flute Association (1993), as well as the 28th International Double-Reed Society (1999). His Violin Concerto (1986) was specifically composed for Dmitry Sitkovetsky and the Fort Wayne Philharmonic (1987). His Concertato for Piano and Orchestra (1988), written for Mitchell Andrews, and Scylla and Charybdis (for cello and orchestra, 1993), written for Roger Malitz, were highlighted by the Muncie Symphony Orchestra (1991 and 1994). Divertimento a tre, Serenata a tre, and the Trio: Preludio, Intermezzo, and Finale have been recorded on the CRS label. CRS will include also his Duolog I and Movement X (Arianna's Piece) in a forthcoming CD. This latter work was the winner of the 2004 CRS National Competition. His Movement III, for piano has been part of the SCI Recording Series (Vol. 10); "Spring" and Movement IV have been included in Vols. 6 and 29 of the SCI Journal of Music Scores. Ball State University has named him recipient of the Outstanding Creative Endeavor Award for 1988. He is an emeritus professor of music theory and composition at Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana, since 2001 where he taught for 30 years. His publications are with Dorn, Jomar Press, Seesaw, and Sentinel Dome.
 
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