Mario Pilati – Due Madrigali del Guarini

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Mario Pilati
Due Madrigali del Guarini 
for Voice and Piano
1932
Poetry Battista Guarini
Critical revision Paolo Longo

Mario Pilati (Naples, 1903 – Naples 1938) takes a leading position among the ranks of Italian composers who have been unjustly forgotten. His compositional output spans diverse genres: from piano music to chamber music, from vocal music to choral and symphonic music. He was also the composer of an opera: Piedigrotta, he managed to finish only the first act.
The decision to turn to an author from the distant past, for the purposes of a song cycle for voice and piano, is in fact rather common among Italian composers of the time; if Respighi’s name immediately comes to mind, we should not forget Alfredo Casella’s settings, Ildrebrando Pizzetti, and Gian Francesco Malipiero. To this count, we should add the younger composers Luigi Dallapiccola and Goffredo Petrassi, both of whom belonged to Pilati’s generation.
This is the first printed edition of the Due Madrigali del Guarini.


 

  • I.  Natale dell' amante
    Moderato, Largamente
    II. Core in farfalla
    Allegretto mosso

  • For female or male voices. 
  • Vocal range: mid-to-high
  • Vocal extension: D3 - G4
  • Piano Difficulty level: ❍❍
More Information
Publisher © 2015 Consonarte
Catalogue No. C703
Format Paper
Language Italian / English
Pages 18
Dimensions 310mm x 230mm
Score Weight 101 gr.
ISMN 979-0-708148-01-2
HAR Title ID 185004331
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