Francesco Bartolomeo de Leone
Francesco Bartolomeo de Leone (July 28, 1887-December 10, 1948) was an American composer. Born in Ravenna, Ohio, he composed cantatas, songs, and works for piano in addition to opera and operettas. His opera Alglala, produced in 1924, won a Bispham Memorial Medal Award. De Leone died in Akron, Ohio.
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