Una Candida cerva

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I wrote this piece with lyrics of Petrarca and accompaignment of Harp in the summer of 2010. We went to the south of France. Petrarca was also there in about 1340, in the cathedral of Lombez and had a good time. The sonnet comes from Canzoniere. Nature and good feeling is more important in this song than the feeling of sadness: Laura, where are you..


Score ID
107610
Composer
Year of composition
2010
Lyricist
Petrarca
Difficulty
Difficult (Grades 7+)
Duration
3 minutes
Instrumentation
Voice + keyboard
Genre
Modern classical music
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