Salvatore Agnelli

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Salvatore Agnelli (1817–1874) was an Italian composer. He was born at Palermo, studied at the Naples Conservatory, under Furno, Zingarelli, and Donizetti.[1]

Notes

  1. ^ Carli-Ballola, Giovanni (2001), "Agnelli [Agnello], Salvatore", The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians (in Italian)

References

  • Carli-Ballola, Giovanni (2001), "Agnelli [Agnello], Salvatore", The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians (in Italian)
  • Renzo Bonvicini. "Salvatore Agnelli in Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani - Volume 1 (1960)". Treccani, l'Enciclopedia Italiana.


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