Professor Emeritus of Music

Mus B Manhattan School of Music; MS Queens College; PhD New York University

Selected Publications:

Lombardi, Carlo. Giovanni Rutini: Father of Classical Sonata Procedures Together With Translations Of His Letters And Other Writings. Dowling studies in the humanities and the social sciences. Oakdale, N.Y.: Dowling College Press, 1997.’‘

Lombardi, Carlo. A Revision of the Instrumental Catalogue and an Examination of the Form-Types of the Six Sonatas for Cembalo, Opus X, of Giovanni Marco Placido Rutini (1723–97). Ann Arbor, Michigan: University Microfilms, 1979.

Published Solo CD Recordings:

Carlo Lombardi, pianist: Beethoven Piano Masterpieces (publ. Musical Artist Records), 2008.

Carlo Lombardi, pianist: Chopin Piano Masterpieces (publ. Musical Artist Records), 2008.

Carlo Lombardi, pianist: Liszt Piano Masterpieces (publ. Musical Artist Records), 2008.

Carlo Lombardi, pianist: Russian Piano Masterpieces (publ. Musical Artist Records), 2008.

Carlo Lombardi, pianist: Piano Masterpieces: ‘Inspired by the Music of J.S. Bach (publ. Musical Artist Records). 2008.

Carlo Lombardi, pianist: Spanish, French and Italian Piano Masterpieces (publ. Musical Artist Records). 2008.

Carlo Lombardi, pianist: Piano Masterpieces by the Great Golden Age Pianists (publ. Musical Artist Records). 2008.

Carlo Lombardi, pianist: Liszt Piano Masterpieces: ‘Opera Fantasies I (publ. Musical Artist Records). 2008.

Carlo Lombardi, pianist: Liszt Piano Masterpieces: ‘Opera Fantasies II (publ. Musical Artist Records).’‘ 2008.

Carlo Lombardi, pianist: Liszt Piano Masterpieces: ‘Opera Fantasies III (publ. Musical Artist Records). 2008.

Carlo Lombardi, pianist: Liszt Piano Masterpieces: ‘Orchestral Transcriptions’ (publ. Musical Artist Records). 2008.

Carlo Lombardi, pianist: Beethoven Piano Masterpieces II (publ. Musical Artist Records). 2008.

Carlo Lombardi, pianist: Chopin Piano Masterpieces II (publ. Musical Artist Records). 2008.

Carlo Lombardi, pianist: Liszt Piano Masterpieces II (publ. Musical Artist Records). 2008.

Carlo Lombardi, pianist: Liszt Piano Masterpieces: ‘Hungarian Rhapsodies (publ. Musical Artist Records). 2008.

Carlo Lombardi, pianist: Late Romantic Piano Masterpieces (publ. Musical Artist Records). 2008.

Carlo Lombardi, pianist: The ‘Romantic Etude’ as Piano Masterpiece (publ. Musical Artist Records). 2008.

Carlo Lombardi, pianist: Nineteenth Century Romantic Piano Masterpieces (publ. Musical Artist Records). 2008.

Carlo Lombardi, pianist: Piano Masterpieces: ‘Twenty-Four Chopin Etudes (Opp. 10 and 25)’ (publ. Musical Artist Records). 2008.

Carlo Lombardi, pianist: Nineteenth Century German Romantic Piano Masterpieces (publ. Musical Artist Records).’‘ 2008.

Carlo Lombardi, pianist: Early Romantic Piano Masterpieces (publ. Musical Artist Records). 2008.

Carlo Lombardi, pianist:Piano Masterpieces: ‘Classical and Romantic Works (publ. Musical Artist Records). 2008.

Carlo Lombardi, pianist: ‘Viennese Classic’ Piano Masterpieces (publ. Musical Artist Records). 2008.

Carlo Lombardi, pianist: Piano Masterpieces: ‘Scarlatti and Rutini Sonatas’ (publ. Musical Artist Records). 2008.

Carlo Lombardi, pianist: Bach Piano Masterpieces (publ. Musical Artist Records). 2008

Carlo Lombardi, pianist: Piano Masterpieces: ‘Early Eighteenth Century Keyboard Music’ (publ. Musical Artist Records). 2008.

Carlo Lombardi, pianist: Beethoven Piano Masterpieces III (publ. Musical Artist Records). 2008.

Carlo Lombardi, pianist: Chopin Piano Masterpieces III (publ, Musical Artist Records). 2008.

Carlo Lombardi, pianist: Liszt Piano Masterpieces III (publ. Musical Artist Records). 2008.

Carlo Lombardi, pianist: Piano Masterpieces: ‘Characteristic Pieces’ (publ. Musical Artist Records). 2008

Carlo Lombardi, pianist: A Chronological “Omnibus Collection” of 48 Compact Discs Consisting of Solo Keyboard and Piano Works Composed Between the Early Eighteenth Century and 1920. (This Collection is designed to exhibit the scope of the breadth and depth of the literature and performance repertoire of the solo piano.) (publ. Musical Artist Records), 2007:

CD 1 Pre and Early Classic Works 1: French and Italian Composers

CD 2 Pre and Early Classic Works 2: German Composers

CD 3 Johann Sebastian Bach: Original Works.

CD 4 Johann Sebastian Bach: Piano Transcriptions by Liszt, Busoni, and Tausig.

CD 5 Domenico Scarlatti: Cat’s Fugue and 12 Sonatas.

CD 6 Giovanni Rutini 1: Seven Sonatas.

CD 7 Giovanni Rutini 2: Five Sonatas.

CD 8 Joseph Haydn: Andante and Variations in F minor, Two Sonatas (C and D).

CD 9 Wolfgang Mozart: Sonata K 330 and Fantasy/Sonata in C minor.

CD 10 Wolfgang Mozart: Sonata K 331 and Sonata K 332.

CD 11 Muzio Clementi: Sonata in C and the Sonata in B flat (with the Toccata in B flat as closing movement).

CD 12 Ludwig Van Beethoven: Sonatas: Op 2 No 1, Op 2 No 3, “Pathetique”.

CD 13 Ludwig Van Beethoven: Sonatas: “Moonlight”, “Tempest” and the 32 Variations in Cminor.

CD 14 Ludwig Van Beethoven:Sonatas: “Waldstein” and “Appassionata”.

CD 15 Ludwig Van Beethoven: Sonatas : Op 109, Op. 110, Op.111.

CD 16 Franz Schubert: “Wanderer” Fantasy and Two Sonatas (Opp. 120 and 143).

CD 17 Viennese Classicists: Twelve selected works by Schubert, Beethoven, and Mozart.

CD 18 The Early Romantics: Ten representative works by Early Romantic Composers.

CD 19 Robert Schumann: Toccata, Carnaval and the Sonata in G minor.

CD 20 Three Romantic Masterpieces: Mendelssohn’s Variations Serieuses, Schumann’s Etudes Symphoniques and Brahms’ Paganini Variations (Books 1 and 2).

CD 21 German Romantic Piano Pieces: Sixteen shorter works by Mendelssohn, Schumann and Brahms.

CD 22 Frederic Chopin: The Complete Etudes (Op 10, Op 25, Trois Nouvelles).

CD 23 Frederic Chopin: The Complete Preludes and Impromptus.

CD 24 Frederic Chopin: The Complete Ballades and 3 Scherzi (Bm,Bbm,C#m).

CD 25 Frederic Chopin: The 2nd Sonata, Three Polonaises, Fantasy in F minor, Andante Spianato,Tarentelle, Berceuse, Eccosaises.

CD 26 Frederic Chopin: Twelve Selected Valses.

CD 27 Frederic Chopin: Twelve Selected Nocturnes.

CD 28 Frederic Chopin: Twelve Selected Mazurkas.

CD 29 The “Virtuoso” Liszt: Six “Paganini” Etudes, Three “Etudes de Concert” and Three “Transcendental” Etudes.

CD 30 The “Satanic” Liszt: Don Juan Fantasy, Mephisto Waltz No.1, Grand Waltz from Faust, Robert Le Diable, Czardas Macabre.

CD 31 The “Hungarian” Liszt: Eight Hungarian Rhapsodies (Nos. 2, 3, 5, 6, 11, 12, 14, 15).

CD 32 The “Monumental” Liszt: Spanish Rhapsody, Hexameron Variations and the Sonata in B minor.

CD 33 The “Italian” Liszt 1: Grand Fantasies and Paraphrases of Operas by Pacini and Verdi.

CD 34 The “Italian” Liszt 2: Grand Fantasies and Transcriptions of Operas by Bellini and Donizetti.

CD 35 The “Italian” Liszt 3: The Complete Second Year of Pilgrimage in Italy (with Supplement: Venezia e Napoli).

CD 36 The “Devout” Liszt: Devotional works based upon J.S. Bach, Liszt’s Patron Saints and the worship of God and Nature.

CD 37 The “Cosmopolitan” Liszt: Eleven piano works of Liszt influenced by a variety of National Styles.

CD 38 The “Operatic” Liszt: Grand Fantasies and Transcriptions of French (Meyerbeer, Auber), Russian (Tchaikowsky) and German (Wagner) Operas.

‘CD 39 The “Orchestral” Liszt: Transcriptions and Arrangements of Orchestral Music by Beethoven, Glinka, Meyerbeer, Mendelssohn and Rossini.

CD 40 The “Lyrical” Liszt: Sixteen Transcriptions of songs by Mercadante, Rossini, Schubert, Mendelssohn, Chopin, Alabiev, Schumann, and Rubinstein.

CD 41 Russian Romantic Composers: Works by Moussorgsky (Pictures at an Exhibition), Balakirev (Islamey, The Lark), Borodin (Au Couvent, Scherzo), Liadov (Une Tabatiere a Musique, Etude in F), Liapounov (Carillon, Lesghinka), and Tchaikowsky (June Barcarolle).

CD 42 Great Golden Age Pianists: Sixteen works by Carl Tausig, Anton Rubinstein, Ignace Paderewski, Leopold Godowsky and Ferruccio Busoni.

CD 43 Claude Debussy: Arabesque, Suite Bergamasque, Mouvement (from Images), Suite: Pour le Piano, Three Preludes, Estampes.

CD 44 Cesar Franck and Maurice Ravel: Prelude, Chorale and Fugue, Jeux d’Eau, Sonatine, Scarbo (from Gaspard de la Nuit).

CD 45 Spanish Romantic Music: Eight works by Albeniz, Granados, deFalla and Moskowski.

CD 46 Late Romantic Russian Composers: Twenty-four works by Rachmaninoff, Skryabin and Prokofiev.

CD 47 Late Romantic Piano Pieces; Nineteen works representing a variety of Late Nineteenth Century National Styles.

CD 48 Ferruccio Busoni: Carmen Fantasy, Toccata, All’ Italia, Fantasia Contrappuntistica, Berceuse and three other works.



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