Albert Mando

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DiedOctober 10, 1912(1912-10-10) (aged 65–66)
CitizenshipUnited States of America

Albert Francis Mando (1846 - October 10, 1912) was a musician in the United States. He was a composer, conductor, and educator.[1] The New York Age profiled him in 1907.[2]

Mando was born in Schaghticoke, New York and lived thereuntil he was nine years old when he moved with his family to Lansingburg. He studied the piano under Miss Attwood of Lansingburg. He came to New York in 1868.[2]

He was sued.[3]


  1. "Albert Francis Mando (1846-1912) composer, conductor, and instructor of music". Lansingburgh Historical Society.
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Prof. Albert F. Mando and his visits to Washington, D.C."
  3. "Supreme Court". April 3, 1908 – via Google Books.

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