|Rome, Roma, Lazio, Italy|
Trained under the guidance of Raffaele Casimiri and, in particular as regards the organ, with Remigio Renzi , he was one of the founders of the Pontifical Institute of Sacred Music in Rome, of which he designed and inaugurated the great organ Mascioni opus 438 . Among his pupils, Ferruccio Vignanelli and Fernando Germani in particular are worthy of memory . From 1920 until his death he was organist at the Basilica of San Giovanni in Laterano . He was one of the main exponents of the so-called Cecilian Movement   .
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|Raffaele Casimiri||grad student||Rome|
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|Miguel Bernal Jiménez||grad student||Rome|