Capua, Caserta, Campania, Italy (1856 – 1909)
Giuseppe Martucci (6 January 1856 – 1 June 1909) was an Italian composer, conductor, pianist and teacher. As a composer and teacher he was influential in reviving Italian interest in non-operatic music. As a conductor he helped to introduce Richard Wagner's operas to Italy and also gave important early concerts of English music there.
Martucci began as a composer at the age of 16, with short piano works. He wrote no operas, making him rare among Italian composers of his generation… read more
|1||6 Pezzi, Op. 44: VI. Tarantella. Allegro molto||
|2||Notturno op. 70 Nr. 1||
|3||Notturno Op. 70 No. 1||
|5||Symphony No.1 in D minor, Op 75, [Philharmonia Orchestra, Francesco D'Avalos]||
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