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Mantovani, 1905-1980

LC control 90008911
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LC classificationML422.M165 Biography
Personal name headingMantovani, 1905-1980
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Variant(s)Mantovani, A. (Annunzio), 1905-1980
Mantovani, Annunzio Paolo, 1905-1980
See alsoFor works of this author entered under other names, search also under Lambrecht, P. (Paul), 1905-1980 Manilla, Pedro, 1905-1980 Remy, Paul, 1905-1980 Trapani, Tulio, 1905-1980
Lambrecht, P. (Paul), 1905-1980
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Manilla, Pedro, 1905-1980
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Remy, Paul, 1905-1980
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Trapani, Tulio, 1905-1980
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Associated countryGreat Britain
Birth date1905-11-15
Death date1980-03-30
Place of birthVenice (Italy)
Place of deathTunbridge Wells (England)
Profession or occupationArrangers (Musicians) Conductors (Music) Violinists Composers
Found inFrench without tears [MP] 1940: credits (Mantovani)
LC in OCLC, 5-1-90 (hdg.: Mantovani, 1905-1980)
Perf. arts biog. master index, c1981 (Mantovani; Mantovani, A.; Mantovani, Annunzio Paolo; b. 1905 d. 1980) WWW site, Sept. 27, 2010: Mantovani compositions (His most frequently used pen names were Pedro Manilla, Tulio Trapani, Paul Remy and Paul Lambrecht)
Grove music online, July 31, 2019 (Mantovani, (Annuncio Paolo); born November 15, 1905, Venice, died March 30, 1980, Tunbridge Wells; British orchestra leader and violinist of Italian birth; arranger and composer; released 51 albums of light orchestral music between 1953 and 1972)
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