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Sheet music for Antonio Fragoso
Piano Solo — Individual Part,Score,Solo Part — Romantic Period,Gospel,Praise & Worship,General Worship,Recital
Composed by Bruno Fragoso de Almeida. Romantic Period, Gospel, Praise & Worship, General Worship, Recital. Individual Part, Score, Solo Part. 2 pages. Published by Bruno Fragoso (S0.265355).
Guitar,Classical Guitar — Solo Part — 20th Century,Impressionistic
Composed by Antonio Fragoso. Arranged by Robert Adler. 20th Century, Impressionistic. Solo Part. 2 pages. Published by Robert Adler (S0.75775).
Flute — Score,Solo Part — Romantic Period,Recital
Composed by Antonio Fragoso. Arranged by Lisa Ochoco. Romantic Period, Recital. Score, Solo Part. 9 pages. Published by Lisa Ochoco (S0.16567).
Piano Accompaniment,Flute,Violin,Double Bass,Soprano Recorder — Individual Part,Score — Romantic Period
Composed by Gabriel Faure (1845-1924). Arranged by Bruno Fragoso. Romantic Period. Individual Part, Score. 14 pages. Published by Bruno Fragoso (S0.264729).
Flute,Flute Choir,Flute Quintet — Score,Set of Parts — Baroque Period
Composed by Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741). Arranged by Antonio Di Giamberardino. Baroque Period. Score, Set of Parts. 78 pages. Published by Antonio Di Giamberardino (S0.28701).
— CD — Classical
By Antonio Janigro, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Gunhild Stappenbeck, Jan Natermann, Jean Fournier, Kolner Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchest, Orchestra Allessandro Scarlatti di Napoli della RAI, Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma della RAI, Paul Badura Skoda, and Zagreb Soloists. By Johann Ernst von Sachsen-Weimar, Arcangelo Corelli (1653-1713), Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741), Franz Joseph Haydn (1732-1809), Luigi Boccherini (1743-1805), Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791), Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827), Johannes Brahms (1833-1897), Antonin Dvorak (1841-1904), Richard Strauss (1864-1949), Paul Hindemith (1895-1963), and Milko Kelemen (1924-). Classical. CD. Profil #PH20002. Published by Profil (NX.PH20002).
Messa a 4 Voci in Fa Maggiore — Simona Cerboneschi, Piera Casula, Fabio Fresi, Antonio Pala, Antonio Sanna
— listening CD —
By Simona Cerboneschi, Piera Casula, Fabio Fresi, Antonio Pala, Antonio Sanna. By Giovanni Benedetto Platti (1697-1763). Listening CD. Published by Bongiovanni (NX.GB5612-2).
Voice, Piano Accompaniment — Softcover — Classical
Reduction for Voice and Piano based on the Critical Edition. Composed by Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741). Edited by Michael Talbot. Arranged by Antonio Frige. Vocal Solo. Classical. Softcover. 88 pages. Ricordi #CP141622. Published by Ricordi (HL.50601267).
Piano Solo,Piano Accompaniment,Organ,Violin,Soprano Voice,Tenor Voice,String Orchestra,Chamber Orchestra — Individual Part,Piano Reduction,Set of Parts,Sheet Music Single,Solo Part — Opera,Contemporary Classical,Christian,Wedding,Funeral
Composed by Antonio Cericola. Opera, Contemporary Classical, Christian, Wedding, Funeral. Individual Part, Piano Reduction, Set of Parts, Sheet Music Single, Solo Part. 24 pages. Published by Accademia delle Arti "Antonio Cericola" (S0.339601).
2 trumpets, piano (2Trp/Klav, 2 Trompeten/Klavier) — Piano Score, Solo Parts (Bachformat (230 x 302)) —
Composed by Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741). Edited by Antonio Vivaldi. Trumpet Ensemble (KA/SL, Klavierauszug/Solostimme. Rv 537, Pv 75, F. Ix/1, Ric. 97. Gh, Geheftet.). Piano Score, Solo Parts (Bachformat (230 x 302)). 32 pages. Edition Kunzelmann #EES-406. Published by Edition Kunzelmann (PE.EES406).
Fragoso’s work includes mostly chamber music for voice and piano — Toadas da Minha Aldeia (Village Tunes), Canções do Sol Poente (Sunset Songs) and Poèmes Saturniens — and one orchestra piece entitled Nocturno (Nocturne).
António Fragoso was born in 1897 in Pocariça, in the municipality of Cantanhede. He started his musical studies privately with his uncle António dos Santos Tovin and later carried them on also privately with the doctor Ernesto Maia.
Once in Lisbon he enrolled in the National Conservatory and in 1918 did his piano final exam scoring the maximum grade.
In 1918 António Fragoso died in his hometown with pneumonic flu. He was only twenty-one years old.