5 Pieces, Op.9 (Ferrata, Giuseppe)

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1. Marche Triomphale

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Publisher. Info. New York: J. Fischer & Brother, 1902. Plate J. F. & B. 2168-12.
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2. Nocturne

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Publisher. Info. New York: J. Fischer & Brother, 1905. Plate J. F. & B. 2682-6.
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3. Reverie

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Publisher. Info. New York: J. Fischer & Brother, 1906. Plate J. F. & B. 2780-10.
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4. Reverie triste

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5. Mélodie plaintive

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General Information

Work Title 5 Pieces
Alternative. Title
Composer Ferrata, Giuseppe
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.9
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IGF 3
Key see below
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 5 pieces
  1. Marche triomphale (No other tempo indication) in D major
  2. Nocturne (likewise) in A-flat major
  3. Reverie (Molto lentamente) in A major
  4. Reverie triste (Molto largamente) in B-flat minor
  5. Mélodie plaintive (Molto largamente) in D major
First Publication. 1902-8 – New York: J. Fischer & Brother
Dedication see below
  1. Mrs. J.M. Kennedy
  2. Mr. Gaston Dethier (Gaston Marie Dethier) with sentiment of friendship and admiration
  3. Mr. Ralph Kinder
  4. Dr. J. Lewis Browne
  5. To my friend Caspar P. Koch
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation organ

Misc. Comments

Op. 9 is described by Eanes (Giuseppe Ferrata: émigré pianist and composer) as an "untitled set" of 5 works for organ.