Albites, Luciano - Ave Maria

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year of composition / 1st publication: ≤1895

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Composer: Luciano Albites (1824-1885)
aliases, aka: Lucien Albites
Country of origin / activity: Italy / USA
Text author: traditional N/A
Arranger / Editor: N/A 

in 1895 catalog listing O. Ditson & Co.

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Internet references, biography information:  
GAZZANIGA--ALBITES.--At St. Anne's Church, on Monday, April 13, by Rev. Father Preston, MARIETTA GAZZANIGA TO LUCIEN ALBITES.  
Albites marries,_Luciano   
Lucien standard name at VIAF, but Luciano in print in later life. BNF lists Luciano Albites among "rejected forms" of the name. Date of death from ''Le Guide Musical'', 4 to 11 Juin 1885, 31st year, nos. 23 & 24, p.180 which also contains very brief biography.  

''Le Guide Musical'', 4 to 11 Juin 1885, 31st year, nos. 23 & 24, p.180
New York le 1er mai Luciano Albites né à Naples en 1824 compositeur directeur d une école do musique et veuf de la célèbre chanteuse Mme Gazzaniga 
Davis Jessie Bartlett 1860 1905 Comic opera singer whose name and fame are linked with the history of the Bostonians with which company she was associated for ten years She was born in Morris Illinois bat came from New England stock her parents having moved to the middle west from Keene NH She began her musical career by singing in the church choir of the village when a young girl At fifteen she joined a concert company that toured the small towns of the state and a few years later secured a church position in Chicago While thus engaged she studied music with Frederick Root of that city John Haverley who was making a tour of the churches for the purpose of engaging singers for his Pinafore Company heard her sing and engaged her for the part of Little Buttercup and in that role she made her debut She married her manager Will J Davis of Chicago Mr Davis took her to New York where she was instructed by Signor Albites

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