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Donizetti, Gaetano
AUTOGRAPH MUSICAL ALBUM-LEAF, SIGNED AND INSCRIBED TO PETER LICHTENTHAL (“DONIZETTI A LICHTENTHAL”)
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Donizetti, Gaetano
AUTOGRAPH MUSICAL ALBUM-LEAF, SIGNED AND INSCRIBED TO PETER LICHTENTHAL (“DONIZETTI A LICHTENTHAL”)
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Donizetti, Gaetano
AUTOGRAPH MUSICAL ALBUM-LEAF, SIGNED AND INSCRIBED TO PETER LICHTENTHAL (“DONIZETTI A LICHTENTHAL”)
A sixteen-bar passage of two-part counterpoint, the treble being a countermelody to a rising and falling scale in the bass, notated in dark brown ink on two systems, four staves in all

1 page, small oblong 4o (c.17 x 22.5cm), 12-stave paper, [probably 1830s]


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Peter Lichtenthal (1778-1852) is believed to be the anonymous Milan correspondent of the Allgemeine musikalische Zeitung who made generally disparaging reports on the operas of Donizetti and Verdi. Donizetti addresses him rather familiarly here as ”Lichtenthal”, who in return is thought to be the author of a sketch of the composer in the AmZ in September 1845: Donizetti: handsome man... his character resembles that of an honest German, pleasant and friendly, he sometimes makes witty remarks and has no trace of pride” (M. Conati, Encounters with Verdi (1984), p.12).

音樂藝術、中世紀與文藝復興時期手稿及歐陸古籍

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