Gian Paolo Dal Dosso

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Born: Verona, 15 november 1967


Born in Verona in 1967 he studied music (piano, singing and composition) and completed his diplomas in Choral Music and Choral Conducting, Singing and Didactics of Singing at the conservatories of Verona, Trent and Mantua. Specialized subsequently in Baroque Singing under the guidance of Cristina Miatello, he collaborated with various groups specializing in early music (Baroque Ensemble Agostino Steffani, University Orchestra Trent, Antiqua Camerata Veneta) and with musicians as Matteo Messori, Sergio Vartolo, William Matteuzzi, Harry van der Kamp and Cristina Miatello. He recorded the Weihnachtshistorie by Heinrich Schütz with Cappella Augustana and L'Orfeo by Claudio Monteverdi with Sergio Vartolo, both for Brilliant Classics. He's musical conductor of the choir Amici della Musica; with this ensemble he competed at Festival de Chorales du Pays d'Aix (France, 2004), at Festival Les Choralies (Corsica, 2005 & 2014) and Music Festival in Appenheim (Germany, 2006) and Bologna Valsamoggia (2014). He's also conductor of the String Ensemble "Amici della Musica".

View the Italian Wikipedia article on Gian Paolo Dal Dosso. (English translation by Google)

List of choral works

Other works by this composer

  • Ave, vergine Maria 4 mixed voices
  • Ave, vergine Maria 4 mixed voices, strings
  • Ave verum corpus 4 mixed voices
  • Beata viscera 4 mixed voices
  • Bone pastor 4 mixed voices
  • Corriamo festosi 4 mixed voices
  • Corriamo festosi 4 male voices
  • Ecce lignum crucis four mixed voices
  • Ecce panis angelorum four mixed voices
  • Ecco i doni four mixed voices
  • Ego sum panis vivus four mixed voices
  • I bocia 4 male voices
  • In monte Oliveti four mixed voices
  • Ingrediente Domino four mixed voices
  • Jesu! Rex admirabilis four mixed voices
  • La croce del Carega 4 male voices
  • La notte di Betlemme four mixed voices
  • Laudi alla vergine Maria 3 female voices
  • Ninna nanna natalizia Alto, 4 mixed voices, organ
  • O bone Jesu 3 mixed voices
  • O quam suavis est 4 mixed voices
  • O sacrum convivium 4 mixed voices
  • O salutaris Hostia 4 mixed voices
  • O salutaris Hostia 4 mixed voices, strings
  • Piccolo madrigale notturno 4 male voices
  • Praesulis Sancti 4 mixed voices
  • Salve, Re dei giudei! 4 mixed voices
  • San Vidal 4 male voices
  • Stabat mater 4 mixed voices
  • Stabat mater versione a 4 voci miste e archi
  • Toni tabacon a 4 voci virili
  • Tristis est anima mea four mixed voices
  • Veni Creator a 3 voci miste
  • Vexilla Regis four mixed voices

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