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Music in Bologna, musicians in Bologna.


Famous musiciansí graves
at the Certosa of Bologna

Il cippo del Farinelli    

Famous castrato singer
Carlo Broschi
named Farinelliís grave,
recently restored.
Portico del Campo Maggiore
a Levante, arco n.121.

photo by V.Lucchese


La tomba Rossini-Colbran

The Colbran-Rossiniís grave, where Gioacchino Rossiniís parents (Giuseppe Rossini and Anna Guidarini), the  composerís first wife (singer Isabella Colbran) and her father (violinist Giovanni Colbran) are buried
Portico del Campo Maggiore a Levante,Arco 6.
photo by i L.Verdi

L'arca di Stefano Golinelli

19th century Bolognese composer and pianist Stefano Golinelliís tomb.
a Ponente, n.152.
photo by  L.Verdi

La tomba di Stefano Gobatti

Stefano Gobattiís grave.
 The main works of Gobatti 
were staged at the Teatro Comunale
of Bologna with great success.

Terza sala Colombario,
nicchia sotterranea n.4,
pilastro Z.
photo by L.Verdi

 

L'arca di Ottorino Respighi

The tomb where Ottorino Respighi is buried
 together with his wife
Elsa Olivieri Sangiacomo

Campo Carducci,
lato destro C1.
photo by  L.Verdi

Monumento ad Adelaide Borghi-Mamo

Sepulchral monument to singer Adelaide Borghi-Mamo, by sculptor E.Barberi. Photo by P.Poppi (end of 19th century).
Collezioni d'arte
e di storia della Cassa di Risparmio in Bologna  

L'arca sepolcrale della famiglia Gandino

The tomb where Bolognese musician Adolfo Gandino and his father, philologist Giovanni Battista Gandino are buried.
Campo Carducci, abside.
photo by  L.Verdi

 Monumento a Rodolfo Ferrari

 

Monument to Rodolfo Ferrari, orchestra conductor at the Teatro Comunale of Bologna at the beginning of 20th century. In the grave there are also  buried his brother-in-law Arrigo Serato and his father Francesco Serato, celloist of the famous Bolognese Quartet.
Campo Carducci,
lato sinistro, C3.
photo by  L.Verdi

 

 

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