Giacomo Orefice (27 August 1865 – 22 December 1922) was an Italian composer.He was born in Vicenza. He studied under Busi and Mancinelli at the Liceo Bologna, and later became professor of composition at the Milan Conservatory. He died in Milan in 1922. His works include:Operas L'oasi (1885) Mariska (1889) Consuelo (1895, after George Sand's novel; the title role was created by Cesira Ferrani, who the following year created Mimí in Puccini's La bohème) Il gladiatore (1898) Chopin (1901); Orefice's most successful work in which he incorporated music by Frédéric Chopin, arranged as arias and duets; it depicts a rather fanciful interpretation of some events in Chopin's life and the operatic arrangements are not highly regarded (Scott "Record of Singing" Duckworth Press, 1978). Excerpts recorded by the tenors Amadeo Bassi, Enzo Leilva and others c1903 to 1905. At the time also performed in Polish. Cecilia (1902) Mosè (1905) Pane altrui (1907) Radda (1912, after Maxim Gorky's short story Makar Chudra) Il castello del sogno (not produced)Ballet La Soubrette (1907)Orchestral Symphony in D minor Sinfonia del bosco Anacreontiche (4 movements: Ad Artemide, A Faune, Ad Eros, A Dionisio)Concertos Cello ConcertoChamber Riflessioni ed ombre (quintet) Piano Trio 2 violin sonatas cello sonataPiano Preludi del mare Quadri di Böcklin Crespuscoli MiraggiSongs various songs.
trascritto dall'ed. orig. del 1609 colla realizzazione del basso continuo da Giacomo Orefice; [Клавир с пением]; Имеется электронная копия