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BAGIOLI, Antonio, musician, born in Bologna, Italy, in 1795 ; died in New York 11 February 1871. He began the study of music early in life, and, after a preparatory course in several schools, entered the conservatory at Naples, and remained there for several years under Zingarelli. In 1832 he arrived in New York as musical director of the Montresor troupe, the first Italian opera company that ever visited the United States. After a successful season the opera troupe went to Havana; but Bagioli remained in New York and established himself as a teacher of music, attaining a success probably unsurpassed by any professor in this country. He published "One Hour of Daily Study for the Acquirement of a Correct Pronunciation of the Vowels, which is the only Method to become a Perfect Vocalist" (New York. 1864).*His only daughter, Theresa, married General Daniel E. Sickles.
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