Torna (Denza, Luigi)

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For Violin, Cello and Piano (Shvatchkin)

 Complete score and parts
#110604 - 0.77MB, 7 pp. -  8.0/10 2 4 6 8 10 (1- V/V/C - 1484x

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WilliamBunting (2011/7/23)

PMLP224427-Denza ptrio.pdf
Arranger:

G. T. Shvatchkin

Publisher Info.:

St. Petersburg: K. Leopas, n.d.(ca.1900). Plate C. 1629 L.

Copyright:

Public Domain [tag/del]

Misc. Notes:

Cover has a list of home chamber music around 1900

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For Piano solo (Chernyavsky)

 Complete Score
#129560 - 0.56MB, 4 (i, #3-5) pp. -  0.0/10 2 4 6 8 10 (0- V/V/13 - 919x

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Massenetique (2011/9/26)

PMLP224427-Denza - Torna Pf rsl.pdf
Arranger:

Aleksandr Chernyavsky (1871-1942)

Publisher Info.:

St. Petersburg / Moscow: Zimmermann, n.d.(ca.1905). Plate Z.6994.

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General Information

Work Title Torna
Alternative Title "Torna ancora : melodia / musica di l. Denza ; traduzione ritmica dall'inglese di Arthur Chapman di R. E. Pagliara "
Composer Denza, Luigi
First Publication 1892 ca.? – Milan: Ricordi
Librettist Arthur Chapman translated (into Italian) by Rocco Emanuele Pagliara (1856–1914)
Language Italian
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation voice, piano, optional violin


Misc. Comments

  • According to Grove Music, Denza was a singing professor at the Royal Academy of Music, and he "composed more than 500 songs, partsongs and cantatas to Italian, French and English texts."
    • No need to explain; Denza is well known if only for Funiculì, Funiculà (and even better known to Richard Strauss fans for what happened when Strauss used that latter song in his Aus Italien, Op.16 without checking into little things like copyright status)...- ES
  • There is a remote possibility that this comes from a larger work, but recordings that give the original opera for other works on the disc give no larger work for this song, so it probably was composed as a single song.

Mentioned in a 6 October 1889 issue of the Gazzetta musicale di Milano (already with optional violin) (probably a review of a performance, as a publisher is not mentioned).

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