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Clement Barone Clement Barone (1876–1934) was born in Italy and brought to the USA as a child. He played in the Philadelphia Orchestra, first as piccolo player and later as first flute. Barone made dozens of recordings for the Victor Talking Machine Company (later RCA Victor), as soloist and playing obbligato parts for well-known singers, including Amelita Galli-Curci and Lily Pons. Barone’s son, also called Clement, was the piccolo player in the Houston Symphony Orchestra and later the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.
Briccialdi: Il Vento. With Myrtle C. Eaver, piano. Recorded 22 October 1926.
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