Giusto Pio - Missa Populi (a S.S. Giovanni Paolo II) mp3 album
Giovanni Paolo II). 5 tracks. Giusto Pio (11 January 1926 - 12 February 2017) was an Italian musician and songwriter. Born at Castelfranco Veneto, he studied music in Venice. Later he was engaged as violinist in the RAI orchestra of Milan. In the late 1970's and early 1980's he became popular as a long-standing collaborator of singer-songwriter Franco Battiato, by whom he was initially hired as violin teacher.
Giusto Pio (born 11 January 1926, Castelfranco Veneto, Italy - died 12 February 2017, Castelfranco Veneto, Italy) was an Italian violinist and songwriter. He studied music in Venice and later joined the Orchestra Sinfonica Di Milano Della RAI as a violinist. In the late 1970's and early 1980's, he became popular as a long-standing collaborator of singer-songwriter Franco Battiato, who initially hired him as his violin teacher . Giovanni Paolo II) (CD, Album).
Giusto Pio was born in Castelfranco Veneto, Italy, in 1926. He inherited a passion for music from his father, who played several instruments without ever having attended regular schools. At 13 he began to study violin in Marghera and three years later he was accepted at the Liceo Musicale Cesare Pollini of Padua. Between 1982 and 1987 he released three album of Pop music ("Legione straniera", the subject of this post, "Restoration" and "Note"). In particular, "Legione straniera" and "Restoration", both written along with Battiato, sold very well and Pio became a well-known name among the younger audiences, as evidenced by the musical chronicles of those years on many magazines and newspapers. such as painting, sculpture and poetry. Among his most recent music releases we remember "Utopie" (1990), "Missa Populi" (dedicated to His Holiness John Paul II, 1995), and "Le vie dell'oro" (2000). The book "Dedicato a Giusto Pio", which includes a companion CD entitled "Dolomiti Suite", was published in 2010 to celebrate Pio's 85th birthday. Franco Battiato and Giusto Pio in the early '80s.
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Giusto Pio. Missa Populi.
Giustio Pio - Missa Populi (Artis ARCD 058, 1995, CD). by Peter Thelen, Published 1997-02-01. Working around the familiar theme of the Roman Catholic Mass, Italian composer Giusto Pio has created a splendid and meticulously crafted work featuring a large choir, flutes and other woodwinds, percussion, keyboards, and electronics. This is not a rock mass as such, in fact there is no rock here at all; instead this is more along the lines of William Sheller's Lux Aeterna. 2019-03-20 Freedom to Spend Unearths June Chikuma's Archives – Jun (June) Chikuma is well known for her video game and anime soundtracks, but she also released an album of experimental electronic music back in 1986 called Divertimento where she indulged the kind of spontaneity that wouldn't work in a soundtrack. RVNG Int'l label Freedom to Spend is bringing this overlooked item to broader attention with a deluxe reissue.
- Choir – Soldanella Alpina, Val Canzoi
- Chorus Master – Angelo Tieppo, Renato Magoga
- Electronics – Giusto Pio
- Engineer – Claudio Corradini
- Photography – Antonio Vitella
- Recorded By – Dedalo Music Studio - Cittadella (PD)
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