Barilli, Bruno

COMPOSER, AUTHOR, JOURNALIST (ITALY)
BORN 14 Dec 1880, Fano, Marche - DIED 15 Apr 1952, Roma, Lazio
GRAVE LOCATION Roma, Lazio: Cimitero Acattolico, Via Caio Cestio 6 (Zona Terza, 2598)

Bruno Barilli studied at the Conservatory in Parma. In 1901 he continued his studies under Felix Mottl in Munich. Between 1912 and 1915 he wrote for several papers about the Balcan Wars. His operas "Medusa" and "Emiral" were created in this period.

In 1919 he left for Rome, where he was one of the founders of the "La Rhonda" magazine. He wrote for other magazines as well and published books. His "Parigi" (1938) was illustrated by his daughter Milena Barilli.

Family
• Daughter: Pavlovic-Barili, Milena

Related persons
• was pupil to Mottl, Felix
• had work illustrated by Pavlovic-Barili, Milena

Images

The grave of Bruno Barilli and his daughter Milena at the Cimitero Acattolico, Rome.
Picture by Androom (27 Feb 2015)

 

Sources
Bruno Barilli – Wikipedia


Barnay, Ludwig

Published: 14 Jan 2018
Last update: 28 Jan 2018