Gabrielli, Nicolò

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Gabrielli, Nicolò

Gabrielli, Nicolò, Italian composer; b. Naples, Feb. 21, 1814; d. Paris, June 14, 1891. He was a pupil of Buonamici, Conti, Donizetti, and Zingarelli at the Naples Cons. From 1854 he lived in Paris. He wrote about 20 operas and 60 ballets, produced at Naples, Paris, and Vienna.

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