Angeloni, Carlo, Italian composer; b. Lucca, July 16, 1834; d. there, Jan. 13, 1901. He was a student of Michele Puccini. Among his works were a number of operas, including Carlo di Viaria (1855), Asraele degli Abenceragi (1871), and Dramma in montagna (n.d.).
L. Landucci, C A. (Lucca, 1905).
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