Corrado Saglietti


Flute, Oboe/Voice & Piano

Weekend in Tokyo

Corrado Saglietti wrote this piece after an inspiring Weekend in Tokyo. He takes us to some exciting places: the busy shopping streets of Shibuya, a tradition bridal procession in a green temple, a peaceful river in Suidobashi, a temple rite with small, high-pitched bells, deep-sounding large drums and the song of monks, and finally to a Luna Park. A musical 3D-experience of Tokyo!

Corrado Maria Saglietti

Corrado Maria Saglietti was born in 1957 in Costigliole d'Asti, Piedmont, in the north of Italy. He studied french horn with Prof. Giacomo Zoppi and graduated from the “A.Vivaldi” Conservatory of Alessandria with the highest honors. In 1977 he joined the RAI National Symphony Orchestra, and from 1990 until 2017 he was Principal Horn.

Corrado Maria Saglietti finds complete expression of his musical personality through an important and prolific compositional activity. His compositions won many prizes (International Neotuba Composition Competition Ohio, International Horn Society, Brass Composition Contest IBCMF, …) and are performed all over the world.

In November 2010 Corrado Saglietti was one of twelve horn players chosen by the International Horn Society for a survey of the horn-playing style in various European nations, titled "Two Surveys of European Horn Playing Styles" and viewable on the IHS website.

Copyright Triotique, juni 2019