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'''Aliases:''' Zaninetti, Jose
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'''Aliases:''' Jose Zaninetti; Giuseppe Zaninetti
 
==Life==
 
==Life==
'''Born:'''  
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'''Born:''' 28 February 1874, Novara, Italy
  
'''Died:'''  
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'''Died:''' 28 July 1941, Paraná, Argentina
  
'''Biography'''
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'''Biography:'''<br>
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Giuseppe Zaninetti was born in a small village in the Novara region, Italy, and still a child emigrated with his family to Argentina, where his name was changed to the Spanish equivalent José. His family stablished in Paraná, where he began his ecclesiastical studies  in the Seminario de Santa Fe, where he was eventually ordained as a priest.
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Among his musical activities, he was the organist at the Cathedral, conductor of the choir of the Seminary and composer. In the 1920s he returned to Italy to continue his musical studies, and acquired a Master degree in Sacred Music in Rome.
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He left a voluminous catalog of religious and secular works: masses, motets, hymns, canticles and choral works, some well-known as the ''Te Deum'' in A major, which is still performed at the local commemorations on May 25th and July 9th. ''(excerpt translated from the Spanish biography below)''
  
 
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==List of choral works==
 
==List of choral works==
 
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*[[Ecce panis (José Zaninetti)|''Ecce panis'']]&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;(&nbsp;[http://www.pucpr.edu/diocesis/14cantoral.html Finale]&nbsp;)
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*[[Ecce panis angelorum (José Zaninetti)|''Ecce panis angelorum'']]&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;(&nbsp;[http://www.pucpr.edu/diocesis/14cantoral.html Finale]&nbsp;)
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*[[Fuente pura (José Zaninetti)|''Fuente pura'']]{{LnkWeb|cantoral}}
*[[Fuente pura (José Zaninetti)|''Fuente pura'']]&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;(&nbsp;[http://www.pucpr.edu/diocesis/14cantoral.html SmartMusicViewer]&nbsp;)
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*[[Señor Sacramentado (José Zaninetti)|''Señor Sacramentado'']]&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;(&nbsp;[http://www.pucpr.edu/diocesis/14cantoral.html Finale]&nbsp;)
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*[[Tantum ergo (José Zaninetti)|''Tantum ergo'']]&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;(&nbsp;[http://www.pucpr.edu/diocesis/14cantoral.html Finela]&nbsp;)
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*[[Ofrenda (José Zaninetti)|''Ofrenda'']]{{LnkWeb|cantoral}}
*[[Ofrenda (José Zaninetti)|''Ofrenda'']]&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;(&nbsp;[http://www.pucpr.edu/diocesis/14cantoral.html Finale]&nbsp;)
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[[Special:Whatlinkshere/José_Zaninetti|'''Click here''']] to search for composer on ChoralWiki
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==Publications==
 
==Publications==
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
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*[http://www.cristo.fm/justoypastor/zaninetti.htm Biography (in Spanish)]
  
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Revision as of 23:19, 3 December 2008

Aliases: Jose Zaninetti; Giuseppe Zaninetti

Life

Born: 28 February 1874, Novara, Italy

Died: 28 July 1941, Paraná, Argentina

Biography:
Giuseppe Zaninetti was born in a small village in the Novara region, Italy, and still a child emigrated with his family to Argentina, where his name was changed to the Spanish equivalent José. His family stablished in Paraná, where he began his ecclesiastical studies in the Seminario de Santa Fe, where he was eventually ordained as a priest.

Among his musical activities, he was the organist at the Cathedral, conductor of the choir of the Seminary and composer. In the 1920s he returned to Italy to continue his musical studies, and acquired a Master degree in Sacred Music in Rome.

He left a voluminous catalog of religious and secular works: masses, motets, hymns, canticles and choral works, some well-known as the Te Deum in A major, which is still performed at the local commemorations on May 25th and July 9th. (excerpt translated from the Spanish biography below)

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