Guido Gatti

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Guido Maggiorino Gatti. (1892-1973). Italian music critic and founder of the journal Rassegna musicale in 1928. Previously he had edited another music journal, called Il Pianoforte. He was director of the Turin Theater from 1925–31 and general director of the first Maggio Musicale Fiorentino. Contributor to several Italian musical encyclopedias and other reference works, he also produced monographs of Bizet (1915) and Pizzetti (1934). His fifty-eight-year correspondence with Malipiero has been published.

He was a contributor to the Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians (under the initials G.M.G.), 1954 (fifth) edition.

His wife was noted harpist Clelia Gatti Aldrovandi.