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In 1885 he became music critic and editor for the 'Provi- dence Journal,' then sojourned abroad, studying music.

Krehbiel as music critic of the New York 'Tribune,' and since 1902 has been critic of the N. ALFANO, Franco (1876- ): Ital- ian composer; studied at Leipzig Cons.; wrote operas Die Quelle von Enschir [La Fonte d'Enscot] (1898), Risurrezione (1904), 11 Principe Zila (1909); a sym- phony in E minor; Suite Romantica and piano pieces.

ALLWOODE (16th cent.) : composer of Church music in England.

Canonbury; composer of pop- ular cantatas and choral ballades.

Her success and popularity were world-wide; she sang in Italy, St. Composed a Passion, some cantatas and harpsi- chord lessons. Petersburg; director of Philhar- monic concerts and singing teacher at Gatschina. Moscow; son of Karl; 'cellist in Moscow Imperial Theatre, one of the founders of the Cons, there (1860) in which he later taught. Pe- tersburg Italian opera, director of music in military schools, inspector of mu- sic at the Imperial theatres and founder of the Society of Chamber Music in St. Only 27 of his 261 com- positions appeared in print.

Her voice ranged from g- "T, with a clearness and purity seldom if ever surpassed. (2) Johann Lorenz, called 'Mag- ister* (1732-1773) : b. Miihlhausen; Gymna- sium teacher and organist in Muhl- hausen; musical editor and critic of note; published an edition of Adlung's Musica mechanica and Siebengestirn (1768), wrote 2 treatises on philosophical aspects of music, an elementary theory (1761) and contributed articles to Mar- purg's Kritische Beitrdge. Gatschina; studied with Schnabel in Breslau; violinist and di- rector of a travelling troupe ; for 12 years conductor of the Imperial Russian opera at St. there ; son of Karl and trained by David at 8 Albrechtsfoerger the Leipzig Cons., conductor of St. Stephen's, in Vienna; teacher of theory with whom Beethoven studied, 1794, composer of fugues for organ and piano, string quartets, quintets, trios, organ preludes, masses, oratorios, sym- phonies, etc.

of Kansas, 1885-87, at Utica Cons., 1889-91, in Rochester, 1891-1903, in Philadelphia, 1903-11, in New York, since 1911; has composed a cantata, choruses, songs, etc.; author of 'Vocal Economy' (1895). Casinalbo; maestro di cap- pella at Turin, then in Paris, London, etc., second Kapellmeister at the Ber- lin Royal Opera, 1789-92. He acquired the patents of Alexandre Martin [de Provins], who became a silent partner till 1855, but later fought the firm in the courts.

Boston; dramatic soprano, pupil of Gi- raudet and Georg Henschel; made her debut at Manhattan Opera House, New York, later sang at the Metropolitan Opera House; sang Briinnhilde at Bayreuth, 1914. Blackstone, Mass.; stud- ied at New England Cons., with Shake- speare in London and with Trabadello and Sbriglia in Paris; professor of mu- sic, Univ. Paris; one of the first makers of harmoniums (accordions, melodiums), popular under the name of 100-franc organs. Pisa; cham- ber musician to Frederick the Great, opera librettist, author of Saggio sopra Vopera in musica (1755).

ALl) A, Frances (real name Francis Davis) (1883- ): b. Rome; libra- rian at the Vatican; archeologist and writer of Drammaturgia (1666), a cata- logue of great historical worth; a sec- ond edition, brought up to date, was published 1755 at Venice. Nanini; papal chapel singer from 1629, composer of a 9-part Miserere which was sung during Holy Week in the Sistine Chapel, and which could not be copied (first pub. Bologna; was a court conductor and dramatic com- poser. Wrote Aliments de mu- sique theorique ct pratique, suivant les principes de M. He also wrote a ballet, an oratorio, trio sonatas, symphonies, etc. He wrote a Methode pour VAccordeon (1839) and a Notice on his harmoniums. there; Camaldulen- sian monk; professor of singing at the English College in Rome; wrote Accom- pagnato coll'organo, etc. ALDROVANDRINI, Guiseppe An- tonio (ca.1673-1707) : b. His works, which had only ephemeral success, in- cluded chiefly operas, 32 of which were produced in thirty years. In 1868 the house failed through A.'s speculations.

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