Alberto Franchetti

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Country of Birth:

Italy

Year of Birth:

1860

Year of Death:

1942

About the composer Alberto Franchetti

Alberto Franchetti (18 September 1860 - 4 August 1942) was an Italian opera composer.
Alberto Franchetti was born in Turin, a Jewish nobleman of independent means. He studied first in Venice, then in Dresden under Felix Draeseke, and finally at the Munich Conservatory under Josef Rheinberger. 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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