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The Music of Italy

Posted: Sun Oct 11, 2009 11:49 pm
by HullandHellandHalifax
Richard0428 wrote:Marvellous, Brian, thank you so much! Looking forward to trying it out!
Hello richard, here is the Casella, the copy is a pre-publication copy stamped Non Pubblicato Bozza di Stampa on horrible brown paper. The printing is quite faint so I had to copy it with a quite a bit of background dirt. Hope it is still legible enough.
best wishes
Brian
Casella A Notte Alta.pdf

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This new Italian thread was created from the Toccata thread.

The Music of Italy

Posted: Mon Oct 12, 2009 2:26 am
by Richard0428
Hi Brian,
Wow! Many thanks; I didn't think I'd get to take a look at it for a while yet! What a wonderfully dark but luminous, mysterious piece. It's a great scan, and should be no problem reading. Thanks tons again for doing this!

Re: The Music of Italy

Posted: Mon Oct 12, 2009 4:46 am
by phikfy
Many thanks to Brian!! I have been waititng for this score for a very long time.
Koon

The Piano Concerto

Posted: Tue Oct 13, 2009 5:43 pm
by ctesibius
Hi all,
just a request.
Has anybody the piano concerto by Lorenzo Perosi (1916)
Perosi wrote this concerto in his best moment, when he was seen an european star. To my knowledge it was published by Ricodi, but it is out of print since long time

Ctesibius

Re: The Music of Italy

Posted: Tue Oct 13, 2009 7:42 pm
by arneros
Does anyone could please post
Petrassi piano works?
I have only the Toccata.
Thanks
Rosario

Re: The Piano Concerto

Posted: Tue Oct 13, 2009 10:00 pm
by thalbergmad
ctesibius wrote:Hi all,
just a request.
Has anybody the piano concerto by Lorenzo Perosi (1916)
Perosi wrote this concerto in his best moment, when he was seen an european star. To my knowledge it was published by Ricodi, but it is out of print since long time

Ctesibius
http://www.ricordi.it/catalogo/archivio ... i/concerto

It is still in their catalogue, but might well be a rental item.

Thal

Re: The Music of Italy

Posted: Fri Oct 16, 2009 11:20 pm
by Hexameron
What about Niccolo van Westerhout(1862-1898)?

He wrote some outstanding salon pieces including a meaty Piano Sonata in F minor, nocturnes, and the bewitching Insonni piano collection. I have yet to find any scores, though.

Re: The Music of Italy

Posted: Sat Oct 17, 2009 11:23 am
by kh0815
Found on my HD, received from a friend, definitely not my scan, thanks to the original scanner, not so tipically Italian:
Westerhout Ronde d'amour A-Dur (c 1895).pdf

Re: The Music of Italy

Posted: Sat Oct 17, 2009 2:10 pm
by Caprotti
there are 374 scores in Milano, but I think it doesn't worth the effort of copying those, I'll give a look to the two sonatas

search here for other pieces

http://opac.sbn.it/opacsbn/opac/iccu/musica.jsp

Re: The Music of Italy

Posted: Mon Oct 19, 2009 8:40 am
by Ferruccio
May I humbly have a request ?

Does anyone have Pick-Mangiagalli's

Toccata op. 7
Capriccio op. 65
Rapsodia epica op 68
Passacaglia a-minor ?


Would be of certain interest ...

Thanks !