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Paris; brother of (1) ; pianist, composer for piano.

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.

Oxford; theologian, his- torian, architect and composer.

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

D.) : Roman author of Compendium de musica cited by Boe- tius. Petersburg, London, Paris, and North and South America. He composed one mass, one ballet, 3 string quartets, etc. He composed songs, choruses, etc., wrote an Unter- suchung fiber die Ausfiihrung der Tem- pi in den Kammermusikwerken Klass- ischer Autoren. His Griindliche Anweisung zur Komposition, the best of his theoretical works, passed through two editions in Germany and was translated into French and English.

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.

a great number of church compositions, pre- served in S. Maria Maggiore, Rome; composed motets, etc.; one of the first to provide independent instrumental accompaniment to vocal music.

(1621), a 4-part sonata for strings, and left in MS. (2) Domenlco (17th cent.) : composer; maestro di cappella at S. Brisbane, Queens- land; organist in Kensington, director of opera in Brisbane, composer of opera, cantata, pianoforte pieces and songs.

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

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.

He wrote also chamber concertos and chamber sonatas a 3. A new kind of harmonium, the Alexandre organ, was brought out by the firm in 1874, being an improve- ment on the so-called American organ.

ALl) A, Frances (real name Francis Davis) (1883- ): b.

Tours, where he had been abbot for about three years; author of a fragment contained in Gerbert's Scriptores I, the oldest extant account of the 8 church tones. Cons, and the Quincy Mansion School and com- posed piano pieces, anthems, etc. He composed for orchestra, pianoforte and chorus, and revised French operas.