Argento, Dominick

Argento, Dominick

(1927–  ) composer; born in York, Pa. After studies in the U.S.A. and in Italy, he taught at the University of Minnesota from 1958. He is best known for his operas in a melodious, conservative style, among them The Aspern Papers (1988).
References in periodicals archive ?
Argento, Dominick. "The Composer and the Singer." The NATS Bulletin 33, no.
Argento, Dominick. "The Matter of Text." The NATS Journal 44, no.
Argento, Dominick. Casa Guidi: A Cycle of Five Songs for Mezzo-Soprano and Orchestra.