Growing Pianist

In September we will resume publications releasing
the integral recording of the two-part inventions by J.S. Bach




Prelistening of August 2016 

A. Marcello / J.S. Bach Adagio dalla trascrizione del Concerto per Oboe in Re Min. BWV 974
Pianist: Roberto Daina
320K Mp3 Version  



The project "Growing Pianist" was born out of M° Tullio Forlenza’s desire to create an easily accessible anthology of piano performances. The anthology will welcome over time an increasing number of pieces from the piano repertoire with particular attention to the compositions that are used in the first years of study of the instrument.

Since the piano anthology is dedicated to training, great care and attention were paid to the executions, in both the interpretation and the audio features; the pieces are recorded in high quality, and are available for download in different formats, with each format representing the best of its technical possibilities.

Due to its specific characteristics the project was enthusiastically supported by Fabio Ferri, owner of Millenium Audio Recording Studio in Rome. His extensive experience in professional audio recording is greatly contributing to the creation of this unique work. 


Pieces published during July 2016


  Czerny, Carl (1791 - 1857) 6 Little Studies from Op. 139
  Czerny, Carl (1791 - 1857) 6 Little Exercises from Op. 599
  Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770 - 1827) Waltz in F Maj. Anh. 14 n. 5


Pieces published during June 2016


  Marcello, Alessandro (1673 - 1747)

Adagio from the Concerto in D Min.

for Oboe, Strings and Continuo,

S. Z799

(Trascr. J.S. Bach BWV 974)

  Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770 - 1827)

Sehnsuchtwalzer (Yearning Waltz)

in A-flat Maj. Anh. 14 n. 1

  Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756 - 1791) Rondò in D Maj. K. 485
  Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756 - 1791) Sonata in A Maj. K. 331




Bach, Johann Sebastian Beethoven, Ludwig van Cimarosa, Domenico
Czerny, Carl Diabelli, Anton Dussek, Jan Ladislav

Galuppi, Baldassare Kuhlau, Friedrich Marcello, Alessandro
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus