3 thoughts on “On Isola di San Michele.

  1. That has beauty to it. Was it a composer’s last resting place? Who was he/she? Are the dates on the tomb? How extensive is the score? Is this a small section only or most of it? On what instrument might it have been played? Was it a piece the deceased had written – or a piece he/she loved? Looks like treble clef to me – it would be nice to hear it played …

    • So many questions! Romeo Suppanchich was a composer though there is not much about him on the net…there are bits and pieces. The picture is a fragment of a score. Maybe 2 3rds of it. Stravinsky’s tomb in the same section of the cemetery was much plainer…less to prove?

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