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  • Piero Cappuccilli at Casa Verdi
    by S Faith Bowen on November 27, 2015 at 12:39 AM
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    Recorded at the Schiller Institute conference on Tuning and Registration; Milan, Italy; April 9, 1988. Piero Cappuccilli (baritone) demonstrates the difference between the scientific musical pitch of C=256 and the higher, unnatural pitch of A=440. On the podium with him in discussion is Renate Tebaldi, soprano .

  • Schubertiade in NYC at the Verdi Tuning ...
    by S Faith Bowen on November 27, 2015 at 12:28 AM
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    November 2015- An evening of Schubert's songs (Lieder) at the Verdi Tuning (http://schillerinstitute.org/highlite/2015/1121-schubert_evening-ny/main.html for the translations and program

  • Mozart Requiem In Honor Of JFK
    by S Faith Bowen on November 29, 2013 at 7:13 PM
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    The Schiller Institute Chorus and Friends perform W.A. Mozart's Requiem in D minor, " A Remembrance of President John F. Kennedy on the 50th Anniversary of His Death & A Recommitment to the Principles of His Presidency. Performed at the scientific Verdi Tuning of C = 256 Hz, A=432Hz. For the text of the clips from selection of addresses by President John F. Kennedy, as the Interlude in the performance of Mozart's Requiem, visit the concert page at http://bit.ly/1b6tNsF

  • Piero Cappuccilli - Il Trovatore - Verdi...
    by S Faith Bowen on March 1, 2010 at 2:05 PM
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    Recorded at the Schiller Institute conference on Tuning and Registration; Milan, Italy; April 9, 1988. Piero Cappuccilli (baritone) demonstrates the difference between the scientific musical pitch of C=256 and the higher, unnatural pitch of A=440. In this example, he sings a part of "Il balen del suo sorriso" from "Il Trovatore" by Giuseppe Verdi. In this aria, the baritone is forced by high tuning to incorrectly pass the register before the E-natural, as a result of the effort on his vocal cords. Cappuccilli gives this example twice, first singing with the piano tuned to C=256, and not passing register, as Verdi wanted, and then with the piano tuned to A=440, indicating to the audience with his hand when the early passage occurred on E-flat. "Watch out for those E-flats," he said before singing it.

  • Piero Cappuccilli - Ernani - Verdi tuni...
    by S Faith Bowen on March 1, 2010 at 2:01 PM
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    1988 Tuning conference: Piero Cappuccilli (baritone) demonstrates the difference between the scientific musical pitch of C=256 and the higher, unnatural pitch of A=440. In this clip, he sings excerpts from Carlo's aria "Oh, de'verd'anni miei" from the opera "Ernani" by Giuseppe Verdi.


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