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Ildebrando Pizzetti

Pizzetti, Ildebrando (ēldābränˈdō pēt-tsĕtˈtē) [key], 1880–1968, Italian opera composer, chiefly concerned with dramatic projection. Among his 23 operas are Fedra (Milan, 1915; libretto by D'Annunzio) and Debora e Jaele (Milan, 1922). Pizzetti often employed polyphonic choruses in his operas and wrote numerous independent choral works.

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