Definitions for "Abramo Basevi"
Abramo Basevi (born in Leghorn in December, 1818 - died in Florence in November, 1885) was an Italian musicologist and composer. Basevi began as a physician in Florence (1858) but then devoted himself exclusively to music. His first attempts as a composer failed but in time he composed operas (Romilda ed Ezzelino 1840; and Enrico Howard, 1847) and other music.