Collection RC0200 - Giuseppe Buonamici collection

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Giuseppe Buonamici collection

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  • 1869-1935 (Creation)

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25 cm of textual records
1 photograph
1 engraving

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Biographical history

Guiseppe Buonamici was an Italian pianist, teacher, and editor, born in Florence in 1846. He died there in 1914. He studied first with his uncle, Ceccherini and completed his studies with Hans von Bülow and Joseph Rheinberger at the Munich Conservatory (1868-1870), where was he was then appointed professor.

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Collection consists of correspondence with Hans von Bülow and several others. Photograph is of Buonamici; engraving is of von Bülow.

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Collection was purchased in 1981.


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  • Italian

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A transcription and English translation for the letters of von Bülow to Buonamici for the period of 1869-1875 is filed with each letters

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