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Riccardo Pick-Mangiagalli (Strakonice, July 10, 1882 – Milan, July 8, 1949) was an Italian composer. He studied at the Milan Conservatory; in 1936 he succeeded Ildebrando Pizzetti as its head. He wrote several operas and ballets, as well as chamber music; he also composed music for films.
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