Leonello Capodaglio was born October 6, 1945 and resides in Lendinara, in the Venetian region of Italy. He studied in Venice with Gino Gorini (piano), Gian Francesco Malipiero and Ugo Amendola (composition), Franco Ferrara (conductor) Egida Giordani Sartori (harpsichord). Having developed its activities as a pianist, composer, harpsichord soloist and conductor. He was Director of the National Conservatory of Music of Adria and director of various chamber ensembles and symphony orchestras. He has composed numerous times winners of national and international competition of composition, and is currently president or commissioner in numerous competitions, including the prestigious "V. Bucchi" in Rome. He has the author of 325 opus numbers composed in tonal style, 212 of which were published by the greatest Italian and foreign editions. In addition, he can expose more than 300 performances of his music in Italy and in the world, with performances and television broadcasting, and varied discography. The compositions the most remarkable are the lyric operas "Fornarina", "Calliroe", "Fanny", three Oratorios, a Marian Cantata, Six Suites for orchestra and "La Beltà" (The Beauty), a series of six concerts for soloist and orchestra. Non-marginal musicologist its activities with the wise man and conferences and with the discovery of fonocromatica technique used by Antonio Vivaldi. He has published ten volumes of poetry and prose. His biography is found in many dictionaries in italian, german, english languages.