Edoardo Mascheroni

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Edoardo Mascheroni (born Milan, September 4, 1852 - died Valganna, March 4, 1941) was an Italian composer and conductor. He is remembered for conducting the world premiere of Giuseppe Verdi's Falstaff; he also composed two operas of his own, to libretti by Luigi Illica. His brother Angelo was also a composer.

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