Carlotta Ferrari (b. 1975) — Toccata in modo gravitazionale (2003) for organ
The composer writes: 'Toccata in modo gravitazionale' (2003) is written according to the theory of 'Armonia di gravitazione,' a musical grammar invented in the 1950s by Italian composer and theoretician Roberto Lupi. The system is based on triads and sevenths following each other tone by tone."
Carlotta Ferrari (b. 1975) is an Italian composer, organist, singer, and musical therapist. Educated at the Conservatory in Milan, she has composed in many genres. Notable works include the cantata “Giorno d’ira” (2008), written in memory of the victims of terrorism and performed in Como under the auspices of the president of Italy. Her “Operatic Suite on Melodies of Verdi” has been performed around the world by the Bruno-Valcepina piano duet. Ferrari’s music appears on several CD recordings.