Melesio Morales (sometimes spelled Melisio Morales) (December 4, 1838 – May 12, 1908) was a Mexican composer.
Morales was born and died in Mexico City, where he studied music; two of his operas, written in Italian, were performed there. He lived in Europe from 1865-1868, and his success in Florence with the opera Ildegonda in 1866 made him a star in his native country. He composed, conducted, and taught in Mexico City until his death. His works include ten operas, two cantatas, and orchestral and choral works.
Note:This list is incomplete.
- Romeo e Giulietta, 1860
- Ildegonda, drama lírico, 1864
- Gino Corsini, ossia La Maledizione, 1877
- Cleopatra, 1891
- Anita, ca. 1900
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