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Emma Bianchini (1890 - 1929)

At a time when professional female composers were still the exception, the Venetian Emma Teresa Bianchini embarked on a promising career that was cut short by her premature death. She produced some orchestral works, but mainly wrote little pieces especially for children with illustrative titles like Danze della mia bambola (‘My Dolly’s Dances’). In the three volumes published in Milan in 1927, she addresses Romantic and contemporary dance forms.


Role: Composer

Role: Artist