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Salvatore Allegra

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Salvatore Allegra
Born(1898-07-13)13 July 1898
Palermo, Italy
Died9 December 1993(1993-12-09) (aged 95)
Florence, Italy

Salvatore Allegra (13 July 1898, Palermo, Italy – 9 December 1993, Florence, Italy) was an Italian composer.

Allegra was born in Palermo. He composed a number of operettas in the 1920s, including Il gatto in cantina (1930), which is still performed sometimes,[1] passing then to operas, such as the dark "verista" drama Ave Maria,[2] which was first staged at La Scala in 1934, which was followed by I Viandanti (1936), Il Medico suo malgrado (1938) and Romulus (1952).[3]

He completed and edited some last works of the late Ruggero Leoncavallo, including the one-act opera Edipo Re (1920) and the operetta Le maschere nude (1925).

After the war he composed a number of musical scores for films, among which Amori e veleni (1950) with Amedeo Nazzari and directed by Giorgio Simonelli. He died in Florence.

Selected filmography


  1. ^ Final rehearsal by the cast of the Italo-Australian Theatre Company for the production Il Gatto in Cantina, 1961, retrieved 11 September 2021
  2. ^ "CONDUCTORIS ENGINEER". News. XXVIII (4, 226). South Australia. 6 February 1937. p. 2. Retrieved 11 September 2021 – via National Library of Australia. "...It was written by a friend. Salvatore Allegra, a young composer, and it has not been heard outside Italy. The title is "Ave Maria" and it is a modern love story..."
  3. ^ "Romulus 1953-54 | Archivio Storico del Teatro dell'Opera di Roma".

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