Epifanio Agius

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Mro. Epifanio Agius

Mro. Epifanio Agius was born in Rabat Malta by Alessandro and Maria nee’ Bugeja at around the year 1820. About his life flit know nothing but the musical arts from his father Alexander likely she was good she has found its musicians, so that between February 1818 and in October 1822 he played the cello inside the Cathedral of Mdina.

On 17 January 1843 he married Anna Spiteri Rabat well Proto Parish Church of St. Paul. They had two, children, Antonio later is found Headmaster of the band club Alessandro he was Headmaster of Soċjeta Filarmonika Banda San Filep of Ħaż-Żebbuġ and St. Joseph Band Club of Ħamrun. The first time Epifanio Agius is as a musician in 1869 when seventeen Victoria Pawlini band players all made contracts at the Notary Joseph Buhagiar Mary to open the music school. They undertook to learn the music is contiuned under Epifanjo hand and he promised to continue training them properly.

This organization began soon bear fruit and the band began to execute its first programs both in Victoria as well as other nearby villagges. He ran musical director of the band club until 1878.

In the seventy years of the nineteenth century to see Epifanio playing the trombone in the Parish of St. Paul several occasions as the feast of Corpus Domini.

The Maestro Epifanio Agius also wrote some pieces of music like polka mazurka La Campagnola she was played in the first programs undertook the band club. It should be noted that the musical instrumentation of this polka held tomorrow in the Archives of the Society of St. Paul.

In 1881 we find to the conductor Epifanio Agius bandmaster of the L'Isle Adam Band.