Intermezzo Serenata, For Harp
Harp - Intermediate
Composed by Ottorino Respighi (1879-1936). Arranged by Floraleda Sacchi. Impressionistic, Post-Romantic, General Instructional. Score. 5 pages. Published by Amadeus Arte Editions (S0.73817).
Item Number: S0.73817
Ottorino Respighi: Intermezzo-SerenataFor Solo HarpArranged by Floraleda SacchiIntermezzo Serenata is an instrumental passage from the comic opera “Re Enzo” by Respighi.Re Enzo was performed the first time on March 12, 1905 in Bologna at Teatro del Corso. As desired by Respighi the opera was performed only once even if it was a success.The story tells of Enzo, King of Sardinia, captured and imprisoned in Bologna after his defeat in battle. As King Enzo is really a handsome man, all women in Bologna fall in love with him and try to help him to flee. On the contrary all the men in Bologna are worried to loose the love of their wives…Floraleda Sacchi.
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