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Cesare De Sanctis
1824 - 1916
C. De Sanctis
Cesare De Sanctis (15/06/1824 - 27/01/1916), an Italian composer, born at Albano, near Rome, Church composer, pupil of Baini, and other masters, in Rome, where he became maestro di cappella at Sta. Maria sopra Minerva, and of S. Giovanni de' Fioreutiui, and in 1877 professor of counterpoint at the Liceo Musicale. In the meanwhile he had also conducted theatre orchestras in Rome, Verona, and other cities. Works : Requiem for King Charles Albert, Turin, 1872 ; Masses, fugues, canons ; Concert overture ; Trattato d' armouia.
Composed in:1872
Musical form:mass
Text/libretto:Latin mass
In memory of:King Carlo Alberto
Requiem for four voices and orchestra dedicated to King Carlo Alberto (1872).