The composer Dante d'Ambrosio became Director of the Music School of Teramo 1930-41, which was named after him after his death. He later founded an oratory in Rome and became a lecturer at the Pontifical Institute of Sacred Music, where he became the first professor of complementary Harmony I and II, counterpoint and fugue, and eventually harmony. He also was very active as a conductor and complex polyphonic player making several tours in Italy and abroad (Germany, England, France and Ireland).
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