Antonio Cagnoni

Born 8 February 1828. Died 30 April 1896
Antonio Cagnoni
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1828-02-08
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Antonio Cagnoni

Antonio Cagnoni Biography (Wikipedia)

Antonio Cagnoni (8 February 1828 – 30 April 1896) was an Italian composer. Primarily known for his twenty operas, his work is characterized by his use of leitmotifs and moderately dissonant harmonies. In addition to writing music for the stage, he composed a modest amount of sacred music, most notably a Requiem in 1888. He also contributed the third movement, Quid sum miser, to the Messa per Rossini, a collaborative work created by thirteen composers to honor Gioacchino Rossini.

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Don Bucefalo Act 3
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Don Bucefalo Act 3

Don Bucefalo Act 3

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Wexford Festival Opera
Wexford Festival chorus
Singer
Davide BARTOLUCCI
Kezia Bienek
Jennifer Davis
Filippo Fontana
Marie-Eve Munger
Matthew Davoren
Director
Sergio Alapont
Antonio Cagnoni
Don Bucefalo Act 1 & 2
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Don Bucefalo Act 1 & 2

Ensemble
Wexford Festival Opera
Wexford Festival chorus
Singer
Davide BARTOLUCCI
Kezia Bienek
Jennifer Davis
Filippo Fontana
Marie-Eve Munger
Matthew Davoren
Director
Sergio Alapont
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