BOGHEN, FELICE (1869–1945), writer, composer, and pianist. Boghen taught theory at the Istituto Reale Luigi Cherubini in Florence in 1910 and was the pianist of the Trio Fiorentino. He wrote an opera Alcestis, and piano works, and edited old Italian music. His written works include Appuntied esempi per l'uso dei pedali del Pianoforte (1915), and L'Artedi Pasquini (1931).
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