Antonio Braga

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For the Brazilian composer, see Antônio Francisco Braga.

Antonio Braga (22 January 1929 – 26 May 2009[1] in Naples) was an Italian classical composer. Born in Naples, he wrote ballets, concerto, ouvertures, symphonies and three operas.

Works[edit]

Ballets[edit]

  • Les Abeilles a Naples (1955)
  • C’è un albero a New York (1960)
  • El trono de Abomè (1988)

Symphony and Concertos[edit]

  • Ouverture napolitaine (1955)
  • Concerto exotique (1959)
  • Travel into Latins (1969)
  • Hispaniola (1969)
  • My four city (1997)

Operas and oratorios[edit]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Andrea Jelardi, Il maestro Antonio Braga, in: Realtà Sannita n.11 del 16.10.1998

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