The Music of Italy

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Aprosdoketon
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Here you are!
For me these are well crafted, but not very memorable little pieces.
Among the admirers of Rutini's Sonatas (more than 80!) there was, however, a little guy called Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart :)
Rutini op V.pdf
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Thank you very much. They certainly are pleasant to sight-read.
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Here's a bouquet of melodies from Mascagni's 1892 opera I Rantzau.
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Mascagni Rantzau Melodies arr. Noskowski.pdf
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HELLO EVERYONE///does anyone know PUGNO?...im trying to find his simple Valse lente in Bb but its nowhere :| has anyone ever seen this?
thanks for any help :)
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I know Pugno, who was French, not Italian, but I do not have that score.
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Sh^Ar^Ky` wrote: Fri Apr 05, 2019 7:03 pm HELLO EVERYONE///does anyone know PUGNO?...im trying to find his simple Valse lente in Bb but its nowhere :| has anyone ever seen this?
thanks for any help :)
Raoul Pugno was a French composer (born in Paris and was of Italian origin) and wrote a charming Valse lente. I don't know the key, but I would not describe this one as 'simple'. So it may not be the one you are looking for:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DShiRolnSRk

I'd love to have this score.

P.S. A not very thorough search of BNF:

3 Airs de ballet tirés de la Fée Cocotte [pour piano]
Publication : Paris : Heugel, [1882]
Réunit :
N° 1 - Valse lente
N° 2 - Pulcinelle
N° 3 - Farandole

Cotage
H. 7378 (1)
H. 7378 (2)
H. 7380 (3)

Notice n° : FRBNF43218763

https://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb432187636

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remy wrote: Sat Apr 06, 2019 1:14 am
Sh^Ar^Ky` wrote: Fri Apr 05, 2019 7:03 pm HELLO EVERYONE///does anyone know PUGNO?...im trying to find his simple Valse lente in Bb but its nowhere :| has anyone ever seen this?
thanks for any help :)
Raoul Pugno was a French composer (born in Paris and was of Italian origin) and wrote a charming Valse lente. I don't know the key, but I would not describe this one as 'simple'. So it may not be the one you are looking for:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DShiRolnSRk

I'd love to have this score.

P.S. A not very thorough search of BNF:

3 Airs de ballet tirés de la Fée Cocotte [pour piano]
Publication : Paris : Heugel, [1882]
Réunit :
N° 1 - Valse lente
N° 2 - Pulcinelle
N° 3 - Farandole

Cotage
H. 7378 (1)
H. 7378 (2)
H. 7380 (3)

Notice n° : FRBNF43218763

https://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb432187636

jeremy
I do have the Farandole, if that is of interest.
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Sh^Ar^Ky` wrote: Fri Apr 05, 2019 7:03 pm HELLO EVERYONE///does anyone know PUGNO?...im trying to find his simple Valse lente in Bb but its nowhere :| has anyone ever seen this?
thanks for any help :)
"But its nowhere" means it is here (nms).
Pugno,R.-.Trois-Airs-de-ballet-No.1-Valse lente-(pno-Heugel-Edition).pdf
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Fantastic, thank you FW190. Of course, Musiclife, "farandole" would be appreciated as well, when you have time.
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Re: The Music of Italy

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HELLO EVERYONE...its in the key of Bb
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