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FRANCHETTI Alberto (F-56)

18/09/1860, Turin, Italy – 04/08/1942, Viareggio, Italy

Italian composer, best known for the 1902 opera Germania. He studied first in Venice, then at the Munich Conservatory under Josef Rheinberger, and finally in Dresden under Felix Draeseke. His first major success occurred in 1888 with his opera Asrael. His operatic style combined Wagnerianism and the traits of Meyerbeer with Italian verismo. During his life, critics sometimes referred to him as the "Meyerbeer of modern Italy."

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