Pietro Platania (5 April 1828 – 26 April 1907) was an Italian composer and teacher of music. Platania was born at Catania. Beginning in 1882, he was the maestro di cappella of Milan Cathedral, and from 1885 until 1902 he served as the director of the Naples Conservatory. As a composer, he was known for his orchestral and church music. He was considered by Gioacchino Rossini and Giuseppe Verdi, among others, to be the greatest master of counterpoint of his day; the latter invited him to contribute to the Messa per Rossini, for which he wrote the Sanctus. He died in Naples.

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  • Pietro Platania (* 5. April 1828 in Catania; † 26. April 1907 in Neapel) war ein italienischer Komponist und Musikpädagoge. (de)
  • Pietro Platania (né le 28 avril 1828 à Catane, dans l'actuelle province de Catane, en Sicile, alors dans le royaume des Deux-Siciles, et mort à Naples le 26 avril 1907) est un compositeur italien du XIXe siècle et du début du XXe siècle. Il est l'un des treize compositeurs de la Messa per Rossini. (fr)
  • Si dedicò appena adolescente allo studio della musica, sotto la guida dei maestri Vincenzo Abatelli, Salvatore Pappalardo e Pietro Raimondi del Conservatorio di Napoli. Nel 1863 fu chiamato alla direzione del Real Conservatorio di Palermo, che prima lo avea avuto alunno, e vi stette sino al 1885. Diresse anche quattro anni la celebre cappella del Duomo di Milano, nel cui archivio musicale è conservata gran parte della sua produzione sacra.Nel 1885 fu chiamato alla direzione del Conservatorio di Napoli.Trattò tutti i generi di musica, ma prevalse il genere melodico.Scrisse molta musica vocale e strumentale da camera, dettò trattati di tecnica didascalica, e produsse opere liriche altamente apprezzate. Catania si onora del nome di Pietro Platania, a cui ha intitolato una via e una piazza. (it)
  • Pietro Platania (5 April 1828 – 26 April 1907) was an Italian composer and teacher of music. Platania was born at Catania. Beginning in 1882, he was the maestro di cappella of Milan Cathedral, and from 1885 until 1902 he served as the director of the Naples Conservatory. As a composer, he was known for his orchestral and church music. He was considered by Gioacchino Rossini and Giuseppe Verdi, among others, to be the greatest master of counterpoint of his day; the latter invited him to contribute to the Messa per Rossini, for which he wrote the Sanctus. He died in Naples. (en)
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  • 1828-4-5
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  • 1907-4-26
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  • Pietro Platania (* 5. April 1828 in Catania; † 26. April 1907 in Neapel) war ein italienischer Komponist und Musikpädagoge. (de)
  • Pietro Platania (né le 28 avril 1828 à Catane, dans l'actuelle province de Catane, en Sicile, alors dans le royaume des Deux-Siciles, et mort à Naples le 26 avril 1907) est un compositeur italien du XIXe siècle et du début du XXe siècle. Il est l'un des treize compositeurs de la Messa per Rossini. (fr)
  • Pietro Platania (5 April 1828 – 26 April 1907) was an Italian composer and teacher of music. Platania was born at Catania. Beginning in 1882, he was the maestro di cappella of Milan Cathedral, and from 1885 until 1902 he served as the director of the Naples Conservatory. As a composer, he was known for his orchestral and church music. He was considered by Gioacchino Rossini and Giuseppe Verdi, among others, to be the greatest master of counterpoint of his day; the latter invited him to contribute to the Messa per Rossini, for which he wrote the Sanctus. He died in Naples. (en)
  • Si dedicò appena adolescente allo studio della musica, sotto la guida dei maestri Vincenzo Abatelli, Salvatore Pappalardo e Pietro Raimondi del Conservatorio di Napoli. Nel 1863 fu chiamato alla direzione del Real Conservatorio di Palermo, che prima lo avea avuto alunno, e vi stette sino al 1885. Diresse anche quattro anni la celebre cappella del Duomo di Milano, nel cui archivio musicale è conservata gran parte della sua produzione sacra.Nel 1885 fu chiamato alla direzione del Conservatorio di Napoli.Trattò tutti i generi di musica, ma prevalse il genere melodico.Scrisse molta musica vocale e strumentale da camera, dettò trattati di tecnica didascalica, e produsse opere liriche altamente apprezzate. (it)
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  • Pietro Platania (de)
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