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Achille Campisiano

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Died  1908, Paris, France
Achille Campisiano

Achille Domenico Campisiano (12 November 1837, Naro, Sicily – 17 April 1908, Paris) was an 19th–20th-century French pianist and composer of Italian origin. Also known under the pseudonym Achille de Campisiano, he composed opéras comiques, operettas and opéras bouffes. Died in Paris 17 April 1908 aged 70, Achille Campisiano is buried in the Donzy cemetery.


Achille de Campisiano wrote more than 200 pieces, including:

  • Tu n’ le voudrais pas, Campisiano and Philibert, ca 1866
  • Avec les Loups, ditty, ed. A. Jacquot, ca 1868
  • Du fil de la vierge, Dans une goutte d’eau (tune), published by Ch. Grou. 1869.
  • Absalon, operetta, Campisiano, Burani, Pouillon, ca 1876.
  • Bouton d’or, De Campisiano, Launay and Dharmenon. opéra comique, ca 1882.
  • Un Carnaval, Opéra bouffe, Campisiano, Pouillon, Burani, ca 1882
  • Les Ruses d’Amour, Campisiano ; Lucien Gothi, Opéra comique, ca 1882
  • En Route pour Chicago, Campisiano ; Lucien Gothi, Opéra bouffe, ca 1882
  • Les Roses d’Amour, opéra comique, Campisiano, Gothi, ca 1883
  • A Fond de cale, Tableau Maritime musicale, A. de Campisiano, L. Gothi, ca 1885.
  • Javotte, three-act opéra comique, poem by Bernard Lopez, music by Campisiano, ca 1886.
  • Le petit Pélure d’oignon, played at the Folies-Bergère in 1890.
  • En avant ! marche héroïque, lyrics by Riffey et Maillot. With piano accompaniment. Impr. Bathlot-Joubert. Published ca 1891.
  • Le Domino rose, ca 1896. Played at the concert du Cercle militaire 4 February 1896.
  • Le Phénomène du père Magloire, operetta, Mathias, Gadix and Campisiano, ca 1904
  • References

    Achille Campisiano Wikipedia

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