Composers

Stefano Golinelli

Piano
Sonata
Prelude
Fantasia
Capriccio
Sketches
Waltz
Dance
Piece
Paraphrase
by popularity
24 Preludes, Op.2324 Preludes, Op.69Capriccio, Op.4Due Gran Sonate, Opp.53-54Esquisses pianistiques, Op.120Fantaisie romantique, Op.58Fantasia elegiaca, Op.75La cascadeLa Partenza e il Ritorno, Op.71Piano Sonata No.4, Op.70Piano Sonata No.5, Op.140Romanza nel Mazeppa di C. Pedrotti, Op.167
Wikipedia
Stefano Golinelli (26 October 1818 Bologna - 3 July 1891 Bologna) was an Italian piano virtuoso and composer. In 1840 he was appointed by Gioachino Rossini, then an Honorary Councillor of the Liceo Musicale di Bologna, professor for piano at the Liceo (now the Conservatorio Giovanni Battista Martini), a post he held until 1871. He composed a large number of works for the piano, especially noteworthy 3 Sonatas, and 2 collections of 24 Preludios, op. 23 and 69. He is buried at the Certosa cemetery in his hometown. At his death, he left his √Črard piano to the Accademia Filarmonica di Bologna.