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Nepomuceno, Alberto - Large Signed Photograph 1915
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Nepomuceno, Alberto - Large Signed Photograph 1915

Item #: GA1482-GX261A

Brazilian composer (1864-1920), considered one of the greatest of his country and also important as a teacher (Heitor Villa-Lobos was one of his students), being a strong proponent of nationalism in music.

Large photograph matted, signed by the composer, inscribed and dated in Rome, 1915, to Italian conductor Teofilo de Angelis (1866-1954). Total size is 9.75 x 13.1 inches, in excellent condition. Rare!

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