Santa Lucia (Cottrau, Teodoro)
Free public domain sheet music from IMSLP / Petrucci Music Library
(Redirected from Santa Lucia (Voss, Charles))
Arrangements and Transcriptions
For Male Chorus (Kjerulf)
For Flute and Piano (Popp)
For Violin and Piano (Wichtl)
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|
|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.