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Piacenza; violinist and 'cellist; teacher composer and player of 'cello, first 'cel- list at Piacenza theatre. Tuscany; Bavarian court 'cel- list and composer; later (1750) concert- master; composed a few operas and a Stabat Mater. 1780 at Munich; composer for 'cello and viola da gamba. He wrote a piano sonata, studies, marches, a concerto, etc. ALLWOODE (16th cent.) : composer of Church music in England.

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ALKAN (1) Charles-Henrl-Valen- tln (correctly Morhange) (1813-1888): b. there; studied at the Con- servatoire and at 10 received the first piano prize; from 1831 taught and played in the Conservatoire con- certs.

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

(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.

John's Wood; author of bib- liography of writings on violin and ■Violin Making as It Was and Is' (1884).

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.

ALDAY (1) the father, an inhabit- ant of Perpignan, b. (3) Paul (1764-1835), the younger son, violinist at Concert Spir- ituels, conductor and music teacher in Edinburgh and Dublin, composer of violin concertos, duos, etc. Boston, Mass.; studied there and in [(T]Alembert Leipzig; taught in New Eng. Bois Colon- be, near Paris; operatic conductor at Toulouse and Algiers, also conducted at Trouville, Cannes, Biarritz, and the Association Artistique at Marseilles. He is also a composer, whose catches are still sung to-day.

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.

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.

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