Angeloni, Carlo - Ave Maria

public domainfor solo voice and strings, organ

year of composition / 1st publication: 1891

Composer: Carlo Angeloni (1834-1901)

Composer: Carlo Angeloni (1834-1901)
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Country of origin / activity: Italy
Text author: traditional
Arranger / Editor: N/A

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Internet references, biography information:
Carlo Angeloni (16/07/1834 - 13/01/1901), an Italian composer (born in Lucca). He was a very talented musician but unfortunately never received world-wide acclaim. Angeloni was a popular and respected teacher at the Instituto Musicale Pacini, where he taught many aspects of the voice, including singing, harmony and counterpoint. He also was an accomplished organist. Among many musicians who received their musical education from Carlo Angeloni, probably the most famous was another prodigy from Lucca by the name of Giacomo Puccini.

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