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Fontane di Roma (It., ‘Fountains of Rome’). Symphonic poem for orch. by Respighi, comp. 1914–16, in 4 sections, each depicting the sensations of the composer in contemplating 4 of the city's most famous fountains, Vale Giulia at dawn, Tritone in mid-morning, Trevi at noon, and Villa Medici at sunset. F.p. Rome 1917, NY 1919, London 1921.

Fontane di Roma

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