Talk:List of Italian Australians

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deleted vanessa amorossi-she is russian-jewish married to an Italian

What about Paolo Giorza who composed for La Scala, but lived in Australia for ten years and wrote the "Manly beach Polka" Tradimus (talk) 07:03, 21 November 2013 (UTC)

Reginald Alberto Agrati Stoneham (1879-1942) came from seeming Australian Anglican parents, but some of his siblings also had Italian sounding names - was he Australian born Italian-British - He was a veteran of the Boer war and prolific composer of popular music and some of his works were published under his Italian middle names - eg. "I got a motorcycle waiting for you" (1918) by Alberto Agrati and his mexican waltz "Lolita" has a definite latin character Tradimus (talk) 07:03, 21 November 2013 (UTC)