Giulio Bas

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Giulio Bas (Venice 21 April 1874 – Vobbia, Genoa 27 August 1929)[1] was an Italian Romantic composer and organist.


He studied with Giovanni Tebaldini at the Cappella Marciana and with Marco Enrico Bossi at the Liceo Musicale of Venice. He completed his studies with Josef Rheinberger in Munich. From 1901 he was second organist at St. Mark's in Venice and after 1903 organist in Calvi, Teano, and then at San Luigi dei Francesi in Rome. From 1912 till his death he was teacher at the Conservatorio.


Organ Solo[edit]

  • 16 Preludi-Corali su melodie degli otto toni dei Salmi
  • Organ Sonata in F (pub. 1909)

Theoretical Works[edit]

  • Manuale di canto gregoriano (1910)
  • Metodo di accompagnamento al canto gregoriano e di composizione negli 8 modi” (1920)
  • Trattato d’armonia” (1922–23)
  • Trattato di forme musicali” (2 voll., 1920–22)


  1. ^ "MusicSack". Retrieved 2 September 2010. 


External links[edit]

Preceded by
Pietro Magri
List of Maestri of Cappella Marciana
1899 – 1900
Succeeded by
Delfino Thermignon