Fedeli, Vito, Italian composer; b. Fogligno, June 19, 1866; d. Novara, June 23, 1933. He was a pupil of Terziani in Rome. He was director of the Novara Cons, from 1904. He contributed valuable historical articles to the Rivista Musicale Italiana and the Zeitschrift der Internationalen Musik-Gesellschaft. He also wrote a book, Giacomo e Gaudenzio Battistini (1932). Among his compositions are the operas La Vergine della Montagna (Reggio-Calabria, Sept. 6, 1897) and Varsovia (Rome, Dec. 15, 1900), several a cappella masses, and pieces for Orch.
G. Bustico, Bibliografia di un musico novarese, V. F. (1925).
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