Zardo, Napoleone - Ave Maria

public domainfor voice and Piano - Violon or Violoncelle and Orgue ad lib

year of composition / 1st publication: 1903

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Composer: Napoleone Zardo (1858-1913)
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Country of origin / activity: Italy / U.K.
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Catalogue of Title Entries of Books and Other Articles Entered in the Office of the Register of Copyrights, Library of Congress, at Washington,
Volume 36 (Google eBook) Library of Congress. Copyright Office Treasury Department, 1903
refJuly 17 1903 Schott's B soehne Mayence Germany
Ave Maria pour chant et piano ou violoncelle et orgue a lib par Napoleone Zardo chant et piano no 27369 Mayence B Schott's sohne
italian baritone Napoleone ZARDO. He was singer and teacher at Guildhall School of Music in Londo. Died 59 years old on 3rd March 1913 and was creamted the next 6th March. His ashes were scattered in Feb.1920 at Golders Grenn Cemetery.
Napoleone Zardo (1854 Crespano-1913 London) was born in Crespano (Crespano del Grappa TV), where his family/relatives still live. You should contact philarmonic society of Crespano to know more about him. (

The Musical Times and Singing-class Circular, Volume 54 (Google eBook) Novello, Limited, 1913  OBITUARY
obitNAPOLEONE ZARDO a well known laritone and teacher of singing born at Crespano in 1858 He was appointed a professor at the Guildhall School of Music in 1906 His opera La Vedova Scaltra was produced in Italy in 1909

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