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Marchesi, Salvatore

Record IDcnp01437550
URIhttp://thesaurus.cerl.org/record/cnp01437550
Biographical Data1822 - 1908
Last Edit2010-08-27

General Note

Marchese; Ital. Sänger
Cavaliere de Castrone, marchese della Rajata. - Baryton et professeur de chant
Note de regroupement par domaine: Musique (780)

More Information

Further Biographical Data1822-1908
15.01.1822-20.02.1908
1822-1908
Intellectual ResponsibilityAuteur
Primary Language(s)Italian
Translator ofGerman
ActivityPersonen zu Musik (14.4p) (sswd)
Sänger (gnd)
CountryDeutschland
Frankreich
Italien
Geographic NoteDE (iso3166)
FR (iso3166)
IT (iso3166)
NationalityItaly

Related Entries

See alsoMarchesi, Mathilde, 1821-1913
Beziehung familiaer. -- Ehefrau

Names

HeadingMarchesi, Salvatore
used in: Personal Names Authority File (PND), Germany
Marchesi, Salvatore
used in: Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris
Marchesi, Salvatore
used in: Biblioteka Narodowa, Warszawa
Variant NameCastrone, Salvator
Castrone, Salvatore M. ¬de¬
Castrone DellaRajata Marchesi, Salvatore ¬de¬
RAK alt
Castrone della Rajata Marchesi, Salvatore ¬de¬
4ELRAKm
Castrone-Marchesi, Salvatore ¬de¬
DeCastrone, Salvatore M.
Marchesi, Salvatore
Marchesi, Salvatore C.
Marchesi, Salvatore de Castrone DellaRajata
Riemann
Marchesi DeCastrone, Salvatore
Marchesi-DeCastrone, Salvatore
Rajata Marchesi, Salvatore de Castrone ¬della¬
Marchesi, Salvatore de C.
Marchesi de Castrone, Salvatore
Marchesi, S. D. C.

Sources

Found inLCAuth. — LC authorities : Marchesi, Salvatore, cavaliere de Castrone, 1822-1908 - http://lccn.loc.gov/n93072493 (2003-05-15). — Grove music online - http://www.oxfordmusiconline.com/subscriber/article/grove/music/O002148pg1 (2012-10-08). — Lohengrin : grande opera romantica in tre atti / parole e musica di Riccardo Wagner ; traduzione italiana... di Salvatore de C. Marchesi, [s.d.]. — Wesoła = La folletta / Salvatore C. Marchesi ; sł. pol. W. Rapackiego syna. - Warszawa, [ca 1910].. — NGrove 2001