Giovanni Tebaldini

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Giovanni Tebaldini.

Giovanni Tebaldini (Brescia, September 7, 1864 – San Benedetto del Tronto May 11, 1952) was an Italian composer, organist and musicologist.[1]

Life[edit]

He studied with Amilcare Ponchielli at the Conservatory of Milan and later with Franz Xaver Haberl in Regensburg. He was maestro di cappella in several Italian cities and later director of Consevaroty of Parma and director of Santa Casa di Loreto.

Compositions[edit]

Organ Solo[edit]

Trois Pièces d’Orgue, 1896

Theorical Works[edit]

Metodo di studio per l’Organo moderno (1894)

Writings[edit]

La musica sacra in Italia (1893) L’archivio musicale della Cappella antoniana in Padova (1895) La musica sacra nella storia e nella liturgia (1904)

Sources[edit]

  • A. Untersteiner: Giovanni Tebaldini e la riforma della musica da chiesa (1895)
  • M. Pilati: Giovanni Tebaldini, Bollettino bibliografico musicale (1929)
  • M. Horwath: Tebaldini, Gnecchi and Strauss (1970)

References[edit]

  1. ^ ":: Giovanni Tebaldini - Musicista e musicologo ::". Tebaldini.it. Retrieved 2016-06-09. 

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