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Pietro Adolfo Tirindelli (Composer)

Born: 5th May 1858, Conegliano, Italy

Died: 6th February 1937, Rome, Italy

Nationality: Italian

Pier Adolfo Tirindelli was an Italian violinist and composer of operas and songs. He was a classmate and friend of Puccini. In 1883 he became professor of violin at the Venice Conservatory, of which he was director from 1893 to 1895. Later he settled in the United States, where was orchestra director and violin teacher at the Cincinnati Conservatory.

His most famous composition is the song "O primavera," dedicated to Enrico Caruso.

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