Italiana (Peterson-Berger, Wilhelm)

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Janno (2013/4/6)

Performer Pages Jean Dubé (piano)
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jean dubé (2009/3/8)

Publisher. Info. Stockholm: Abraham Lundquist, n.d.
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Editor First edition (corrected reprint)
Publisher. Info. Stockholm: Abr. Lundquists förlag, n.d. Plate Abr. L. 4973.
Reprinted Stockholm: SMH, 2015.
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General Information

Work Title Italiana
Alternative. Title 5 Tone Poems
Composer Peterson-Berger, Wilhelm
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IWP 15
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 5 pieces
  1. Solhymn. Andante grandioso (D-flat major)
  2. Vision antique I. Dansande nymf: Ballando tranquillo e grazioso (D minor)
  3. Vision antique II. Evoe Bacche!: Allegro non troppo (G minor)
  4. Villa d´Este. Lento, sognando (E-flat minor)
  5. Sorrentinsk serenad. Con moto grazioso (D minor)
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1922
Average DurationAvg. Duration 19 minutes
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation piano
Primary Sources Libris Consortium, Autograph, dated 1932
External Links SMH

Misc. Comments

Wanted of course- the other 4 works. All 5 pieces have been recorded on the 2005 CD "Complete Piano Music [by Peterson-Berger], Volume 4" Swedish Society SCD1089, played by Olof Höjer. There is also an orchestral version (first performed 1923.) "Based on musical ideas [Peterson-Berger] had written down during his stay in Rome and Sorrento" according to the Swedish Society program notes (written by the pianist).

Not clear when the Lundquist publication is from - could be from the 1930s?