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In 1885 he became music critic and editor for the 'Provi- dence Journal,' then sojourned abroad, studying music.

Krehbiel as music critic of the New York 'Tribune,' and since 1902 has been critic of the N. ALFANO, Franco (1876- ): Ital- ian composer; studied at Leipzig Cons.; wrote operas Die Quelle von Enschir [La Fonte d'Enscot] (1898), Risurrezione (1904), 11 Principe Zila (1909); a sym- phony in E minor; Suite Romantica and piano pieces.

Her voice ranged from g- "T, with a clearness and purity seldom if ever surpassed. (2) Johann Lorenz, called 'Mag- ister* (1732-1773) : b. Miihlhausen; Gymna- sium teacher and organist in Muhl- hausen; musical editor and critic of note; published an edition of Adlung's Musica mechanica and Siebengestirn (1768), wrote 2 treatises on philosophical aspects of music, an elementary theory (1761) and contributed articles to Mar- purg's Kritische Beitrdge. Gatschina; studied with Schnabel in Breslau; violinist and di- rector of a travelling troupe ; for 12 years conductor of the Imperial Russian opera at St. there ; son of Karl and trained by David at 8 Albrechtsfoerger the Leipzig Cons., conductor of St. Stephen's, in Vienna; teacher of theory with whom Beethoven studied, 1794, composer of fugues for organ and piano, string quartets, quintets, trios, organ preludes, masses, oratorios, sym- phonies, etc.

Tours, where he had been abbot for about three years; author of a fragment contained in Gerbert's Scriptores I, the oldest extant account of the 8 church tones. Cons, and the Quincy Mansion School and com- posed piano pieces, anthems, etc. He composed for orchestra, pianoforte and chorus, and revised French operas.

ALDAY (1) the father, an inhabit- ant of Perpignan, b. (3) Paul (1764-1835), the younger son, violinist at Concert Spir- ituels, conductor and music teacher in Edinburgh and Dublin, composer of violin concertos, duos, etc. Boston, Mass.; studied there and in [(T]Alembert Leipzig; taught in New Eng. Bois Colon- be, near Paris; operatic conductor at Toulouse and Algiers, also conducted at Trouville, Cannes, Biarritz, and the Association Artistique at Marseilles. He is also a composer, whose catches are still sung to-day.

1763, player of mandolin and violin at Con- cert Spirituels, founder of music busi- ness in Lyons, 1795, author of violin method. As deacon of Christ Church, he collected a library of music second only to that of the British Museum.

Oxford; theologian, his- torian, architect and composer.

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