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Vittorio MattioliAfter the degree in Political Sciences and the qualification as a teacher, Vittorio Mattioli used to teach French Language and Literature in  Roman Secondary Schools.
He studied Composition with  Maestros Tullio Pinelli, Armando Renzi, Ivan Vandor, Boris Porena, Luigi A. Gigante, Domenico Guaccero and Alessandro Cusatelli.
He taught Musical Theory and Solfeggio in a few  State Conservatoires. He has never been allured by celebralisms, nor avant-gardisms, experimentalisms or dazzling invented languages, thus being criticized by the ones who used to believe in such principles in an absolutistic way but keeping in a sound touch with tradition and aiming at expressing spiritual realities, not concepts or will; he believes in the theory of art, in C.G. Jung’s collective unconscious and man. He has written poems (revealing his own vocation to himself), surreal stories, theatre scenes and two symbolical novels; he has also won prizes but has only partially published his works.

1. Il funerale delle scimmie, anthropological ballet for great orchestra, Moravską Filharmonie Olomuc (Czech Rep.), Conductor: Luigi Verdi; recording effected on 1 July 2001, length 12’27”

2. Tema per Domenico Guaccero, per ensemble strumentale, Ensemble Musicattuale, Direttore: Luigi Verdi. Registrazione dal vivo effettuata il 18 ottobre 1997, durata 3'47"

3. Le esequie di Etella, dal romanzo "Giufą", for orchestra, Moravską Filharmonie Olomouc (Rep. Ceca), Direttore: Luigi Verdi. Registrazione effettuata il 17 marzo 2000, durata 3'57''

4. Canzone dell'uomo albero, dal "Mago di Oz", per orchestra, Moravską Filharmonie Olomouc (Rep. Ceca), Direttore: Luigi Verdi.  Registrazione effettuata il 17 marzo 2000, durata 5'23"

5. Mimosa (da una canzona italiana), for orchestra, Moravską Filharmonie Olomouc (Rep. Ceca), Direttore: Luigi Verdi. Registrazione effettuata il 17 marzo 2000, durata 15'46"

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