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Oliviero De Fabritiis (1902–1982)

Oliviero De Fabritiis was born on June 13, 1902 in Rome, Lazio, Italy as Carlo Oliviero De Fabritiis. He is known for his work on La bohème (1982), Tosca (1956) and Cenerentola (1949). He died on August 12, 1982 in Rome. See full bio »


(age 80) in Rome, Lazio, Italy

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Known For

La bohème
La bohème Music Department
Tosca Music Department
Cenerentola Music Department
Fatal Desire
Fatal Desire Music Department


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 1982 La bohème (Video) (conductor)
 1976 Simon Boccanegra (TV Movie) (conductor)
 1973 Aida (TV Movie) (conductor)
 1967 Verdi: Kageki 'Kamenbutoukai' Zenkyoku (TV Movie) (conductor)
 1965 Madame Butterfly (TV Movie) (musical director - as Oliviero DeFabritiis)
 1963 Kageki 'Seibu no musume' Zen 3 maku (TV Movie) (conductor - as Oliviero DeFabritiis)
 1956 Tosca (conductor - as Oliviero DeFabritiis)
 1956 Rigoletto e la sua tragedia (conductor - as Oliviero DeFabritiis)
 1954 Madame Butterfly (conductor - as Oliviero DeFabritiis)
 1954 Casta diva (conductor - as Oliviero DeFabritiis)
 1953 Fatal Desire (conductor - as Oliviero DeFabritiis)
 1949 Cenerentola (conductor)
 1946 Lucia di Lammermoor (conductor - as Oliviero DeFabritiis)
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Oliviero DeFabritiis

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