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Giuseppe Martucci – Pagine sparse


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Giuseppe Martucci – Pagine sparse

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Giuseppe Martucci
Pagine sparse
for Voice and Piano, op. 68
Poetry Corrado Ricci
Critical revision Paolo Longo



Giuseppe Martucci’s opus 68 is a highly significant work: a cycle of six songs for voice and piano, it fills - together with La canzone dei ricordi, a slightly earlier work - an obvious gap in Italian musical production of the time.
Composed in 1888, Pagine Sparse (Scattered Pages) belongs to the composer’s so-called “Bolognese period.” (Martucci became the director of the city’s conservatoire in 1886, remaining there for many years, until 1902). While a detailed comparative analysis of the two cycles is beyond the scope of this edition, we might highlight the fact that, in contrast to La canzone dei ricordi, Pagine Sparse is a work of more limited dimensions - which is certainly no obstacle to its quality, let alone its effectiveness.


  • N° 1 - Lentamente
    N° 2 - Allegretto mosso
    N° 3 - Sostenuto
    N° 4 - Andante
    N° 5 - Allegretto
    N° 6 - Andantino mosso

  •  For female or male voices
  •  Vocal range: medium
  •  Vocal extension: D3 - G4
  •  Piano difficulty level: ❍❍
Additional Information

Additional Information

Publisher © 2015 Consonarte
Catalogue No. C701
Format Paper
Language Italian / English
Pages 24
Dimensions 310mm x 230mm
Score Weight 126 gr.
ISMN 979-0-708148-11-1
HAR Title ID 185004549

Customer Reviews 1 item(s)

Outstanding Music by Martucci complimented by extremely well crafted printed score.
I recently received my copy of “Martucci – Pagine Sparse”. My first impressions: the score is just Gorgeous. The dimensions are that of a serious score and not the annoying A4 format. The layout is well thought-out with very interesting insights in the Preface written by Paolo Longo. The score has “touch me and play me” sensation throughout. The music by Martucci is fresh and inviting: a joy to play.
Review by Joe Horta / (Posted on 5/2/2016)

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