, by Donald Martino
(1931-2005), is a piece that was written in 1964
solo. It shows a relentless preference in exploring notes in a twelve-tone system
. It also consistently approaches the structure and cellistic technique through an imaginative approach. The title comes from the name of famous virtuoso cellist Aldo Parisot
, for whom the piece was composed. His name appears embedded throughout in a short succession of notes producing a single impression that appears throughout the entire piece.
It was written in four movements, though it was actually conceived in two parts of a two movement context.
- Fennelly, Brian "Review: Parisonatina al'Dodecafonia (1964) by Donald Martino". Perspectives of New Music 8 (1): 133-135.