Andreoli, Guglielmo, Italian pianist, conductor, teacher, and composer, brother of Carlo Andreoli; b. Mirandola, Jan. 9, 1862; d. Modena, April 26, 1932. He studied with his father, Evangelista Andreoli, then with Fumagalli (organ), Rampazzini (violin), and Bazzini (composition) at the Milan Cons., where he later taught. With his brother, he was also a conductor with the Società dei Concerti Sinfonici Popolari in Milan (1877–87). He wrote orch. music, piano pieces, and songs.
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