Luigi Gordigiani – Quattro romanze

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Luigi Gordigiani
Quattro romanze for Soprano and Pianoforte
Poetry Giovanni Battista Giorgini, Niccolò Tommaseo
Critical revision Giovanni Salis
Score editing Alessandro Monga

Born in Modena in 1806, Luigi Gordigiani grew up in a family of musicians; his father, Antonio Gordigiani, was a baritone who had won some renown for having sung in Rossini’s Aureliano in Palmira; his mother, Sofia Cruvelli, was also a singer. His elder brother, Giovanni Battista, was a baritone like his father, as well as a composer and respected singing teacher (in Prague). 
Despite his lack of success with opera, Luigi’s fame gradually grew, in Italy and abroad, but solely thanks to his vocal chamber compositions: he was acclaimed in Paris, London, Florence, while his romanze were published by the most important Italian and foreign publishers, and there was even a reviewer who went so far as to declare that “this Italian composer of songs is the equal of the German Schubert”.



  • Il Trovatore
    La notte (with Choir)
    Larghetto con moto
    La lacrima
    Andantino con moto
    Andante mosso

  • For Soprano voice, Choir
  • Vocal range: high
  • Vocal extension: B3 B 5
  • Piano difficulty level: ❍/❍❍
More Information
Publisher © 2015 Consonarte
Catalogue No. C702
Format Paper
Language Italian / English
Pages 32
Dimensions 310mm x 230mm
Score Weight 154 gr.
ISMN 979-0-708148-00-5
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