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Antonio Pasculli (13 October 1842 – 23 February 1924) was an Italian oboist and composer, known as "the Paganini of the oboe". Pasculli was born and lived his whole life in Palermo, Sicily, but travelled widely in Italy, Germany and Austria, giving oboe concerts. He directed symphonic and wind orchestra concerts, which were popular in Italy at the time. He also transcribed a large number of opera pieces for oboe and piano/harp, including works by Bellini, Donizetti, Verdi, and Rossini. One of his well-known works is Etude Caractéristique for oboe and piano "Le Api" (The Bees) written in 1874 which resembles and precedes Korsakov's Flight of the Bumblebee.Pasculli's works require extraordinary virtuosity on the instrument. His pieces make constant use of arpeggiations, trills, and scales, a

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  • Antonio Pasculli ( 13 de octubre de 1842 -23 de febrero de 1924) fue un oboísta y compositor italiano, conocido como "el Paganini del oboe". Pasculli nació y vivió toda su vida en Palermo, Sicilia, pero viajó por toda Italia, Alemania y Austria, dandó recitales de oboe. Dirigió orquestas sinfónicas y bandas de viento, que eran populares en ese momento en Italia. También transcribió un gran número de piezas de ópera para oboe y piano/arpa, de obras de Bellini, Donizetti, Verdi, y Rossini.
  • Antonio Pasculli (* 13. Oktober 1842 in Palermo; † 23. Februar 1924 ebenda) war ein italienischer Oboist und Komponist.
  • Antonio Pasculli (13 October 1842 – 23 February 1924) was an Italian oboist and composer, known as "the Paganini of the oboe". Pasculli was born and lived his whole life in Palermo, Sicily, but travelled widely in Italy, Germany and Austria, giving oboe concerts. He directed symphonic and wind orchestra concerts, which were popular in Italy at the time. He also transcribed a large number of opera pieces for oboe and piano/harp, including works by Bellini, Donizetti, Verdi, and Rossini. One of his well-known works is Etude Caractéristique for oboe and piano "Le Api" (The Bees) written in 1874 which resembles and precedes Korsakov's Flight of the Bumblebee.Pasculli's works require extraordinary virtuosity on the instrument. His pieces make constant use of arpeggiations, trills, and scales, a
  • Antonio Pasculli (né le 13 octobre 1842 à Palerme, en Sicile et mort dans la même ville le 23 février 1924) est un hautboïste et compositeur italien de la fin du XIXe et du début du XXe siècle.
  • Анто́нио Паску́лли (итал. Antonio Pasculli; 13 октября 1842, Палермо - 23 февраля 1924 там же) — итальянский гобоист-виртуоз и композитор, которого называли «Паганини гобоя». Родился и жил в Палермо на Сицилии. Музыкальную карьеру начал в 14 лет, выступая с концертами в Италии, Германии и Австрии. С 1860 по 1913 год был профессором по классу гобоя и английского рожка в Королевской консерватории в Палермо. Там же он женился. У него было 6 дочерей, двое из которых учились игре на арфе, и два преждевременно умерших сына. В период 1876 - 1884 он прекратил публичные выступления в связи с резким ухудшением зрения, ему грозила полная слепота. В 1879 году возглавил муниципальный музыкальный коллектив, исполнявший, наряду с музыкой итальянских авторов той эпохи, произведения Вагнера, Дебюсси, Григ
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