Nicola A. Montani, KCSS, who was born in New York in 1880 and died in 1948, was a conductor, composer, arranger, and publisher of sacred music. Montani founded the St. Gregory Guild and the Society of St. Gregory. In 1920, he published the famous St. Gregory Hymnal and Catholic Choir Book, containing mainly his own editions and compositions, similar to Oreste Ravanello's work.
He was a Knight Commander of St. Sylvester.
Montani published "Essentials in Sight Singing" - a modern method of Selfeggio, Book I, Parts One and Two of the Complete Work Fundamentals. Published by the C.C. Birchard & Company in Boston. ©1931, printed October 1936. Foreword by J. Lewis Browne.
- Adoramus Bulletin: Online Edition, June 2004, Volume X, Number 4: Hymns, Hymnals, Composers and Choir schools: Philadelphia's Historic Contributions to Catholic Liturgical Music
- Works by Nicola Aloysius Montani at Project Gutenberg
- Works by or about Nicola Montani at Internet Archive
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