Terrabugio, Giuseppe, Italian composer; b. Fiera di Primiero, May 13, 1842; d. there, Jan. 8, 1933. He studied in Padua, and then in Munich under Rhein-berger. In 1883 he settled in Milan, where, as ed. of Musica Sacra, he exerted a strong influence in reforming Italian church music. His publ. works (about 100 opus numbers) are almost exclusively for the church and include 12 masses, a Requiem, litanies, motets, etc. He also publ. L’organista pratico (3 vols.).
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