Santa Lucia (Cottrau, Teodoro)
Free public domain sheet music from IMSLP / Petrucci Music Library
(Redirected from Santa Lucia (Voss, Charles))
Naples: T. Cottrau, n.d.(ca.1872). Plate 16182.
Arrangements and Transcriptions
For Male Chorus (Kjerulf)
For Flute and Piano (Popp)
For Violin and Piano (Wichtl)
For 2 Guitars (Jacobs)
For Piano solo (Egghard)
For Piano solo (Godowsky)
For Piano solo (Lichner)
For Piano solo (Voss)
|Work Title||Santa Lucia|
|Alternative Title||Barcarola Napoletana|
|First Publication||1849 - Naples: B. Girard & Co., Plate 9640.|
|Librettist||Achille de Lauzières or baron Michele Zezza|
Italian translation by Enrico Cossovich (1822-1911)
|Language||Neapolitan and Italian|
|Average Duration||4 minutes|
|Composer Time Period||Romantic|
|External Links||Wikipedia article|
|Extra Locations||This very popular piece appears in many collections, including:|
- According to someone, this song would only have been notated and arranged by T. Cottrau.
- The 1849 edition has only the Neapolitan lyrics: after translated into Italian this piece was widely much appreciated.
- "Santa Lucia" in the title doesn't refer to the saint, but to a borough of Naples, much close to the sea side: its name comes from saint Lucy's church, built in the same borough.