Antônio Francisco Braga (April 15, 1868 - March 14, 1945) was a Brazilian music composer. Antônio Francisco Braga was born in Rio de Janeiro, and studied with Luiz António de Moura and Carlos de Mesquita. In 1886 he founded the Sociedade de Concertos Populares. As the Brazilian Republic was declared in 1889, his composition Hino à bandeira was adopted as the Brazilian National Anthem. Starting in 1890 Antônio Francisco Braga studied at the Conservatoire in Paris with Jules Massenet. After that he spent time both in Germany and in Italy and then returned to Brazil in 1900. Upon his return to Brazil, Antônio Francisco Braga taught at the Instituto Nacional de Música and was the conductor of the Sociedade de Concertos Sinfonicos between 1908 and 1933. One of his pupils was Brazilian pianist a

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  • Antônio Francisco Braga (* 15. April 1868 in Rio de Janeiro; † 14. März 1945 ebenda) war ein brasilianischer Komponist. (de)
  • Antônio Francisco Braga (April 15, 1868 - March 14, 1945) was a Brazilian music composer. Antônio Francisco Braga was born in Rio de Janeiro, and studied with Luiz António de Moura and Carlos de Mesquita. In 1886 he founded the Sociedade de Concertos Populares. As the Brazilian Republic was declared in 1889, his composition Hino à bandeira was adopted as the Brazilian National Anthem. Starting in 1890 Antônio Francisco Braga studied at the Conservatoire in Paris with Jules Massenet. After that he spent time both in Germany and in Italy and then returned to Brazil in 1900. Upon his return to Brazil, Antônio Francisco Braga taught at the Instituto Nacional de Música and was the conductor of the Sociedade de Concertos Sinfonicos between 1908 and 1933. One of his pupils was Brazilian pianist and composer Cacilda Borges Barbosa. Antônio Francisco Braga composed three Operas and produced orchestral pieces, chamber music, piano pieces and many songs. (en)
  • Antônio Francisco Braga (Rio de Janeiro, 15 de abril de 1868 — Rio de Janeiro, 14 de março de 1945) foi um compositor, regente e professor brasileiro. (pt)
  • Антониу Франсиcку Брага (порт. Antônio Francisco Braga; 15 апреля 1868 года — 14 марта 1945 года) — бразильский композитор. (ru)
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  • 1868-4-15
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  • 1945-3-14
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  • Brazilian composer (en)
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  • Antônio Francisco Braga (* 15. April 1868 in Rio de Janeiro; † 14. März 1945 ebenda) war ein brasilianischer Komponist. (de)
  • Antônio Francisco Braga (Rio de Janeiro, 15 de abril de 1868 — Rio de Janeiro, 14 de março de 1945) foi um compositor, regente e professor brasileiro. (pt)
  • Антониу Франсиcку Брага (порт. Antônio Francisco Braga; 15 апреля 1868 года — 14 марта 1945 года) — бразильский композитор. (ru)
  • Antônio Francisco Braga (April 15, 1868 - March 14, 1945) was a Brazilian music composer. Antônio Francisco Braga was born in Rio de Janeiro, and studied with Luiz António de Moura and Carlos de Mesquita. In 1886 he founded the Sociedade de Concertos Populares. As the Brazilian Republic was declared in 1889, his composition Hino à bandeira was adopted as the Brazilian National Anthem. Starting in 1890 Antônio Francisco Braga studied at the Conservatoire in Paris with Jules Massenet. After that he spent time both in Germany and in Italy and then returned to Brazil in 1900. Upon his return to Brazil, Antônio Francisco Braga taught at the Instituto Nacional de Música and was the conductor of the Sociedade de Concertos Sinfonicos between 1908 and 1933. One of his pupils was Brazilian pianist a (en)
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  • Francisco Braga (de)
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  • Брага, Франсиско (ru)
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