Giuseppe Vitaliti

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Mro. Giuseppe Vitaliti was born at Milan, in Italy was likely at the beginning of this century to ringing with the Opera Theater orchestra. It was so good musician who was also a composer. The first time cu him was when the group played both the band club Marcia Sinfonica 'Omaggio alla Francia of the same Vitaliti in classical program under the direction of Maestro its Atonio Agius.

After being newly finished by musical director of La Valette Band, in 1920. He became Head of Count Roger Band and Queens Own the Isla. Under this Headmaster of the band club took a more professional and modern trend and Banda was seventy apply to band players. The Headmaster Vitaliti first began to work brought a new set of instruments for Banda, dream not reached viewed occur.

Among his compositions we can find many such marches sinfonici: The Grande Normanno, 'Semper Fort,' amitie ',' Giulio Cesare and, CAMPANE a feast. Marcia also wrote Fantastica Sylvana, Marcia militare L'Armée and the marches' Trinaeria 'and' Veramico. For the Isla Banda wrote the Great Anthem in 1921 for the occasion of the coronation of Our Lady. But surely the most work remaining portion mentioned in the history of the band club Officers Anthem is the same band that he wrote in May 1929, in segno di affettuoso ricordo. Of worth mentioning that the words to this hymn was written by the same Vitaliti and was translated to Maltese by Kalcidon Sammut.

As his health in 1927 Giuseppe Vitaliti reluctantly leaving Malta and again collected Milan. It was at intends to return but doctors had ordered him to remain his country where he later died.