Cesare Galeotti (1872-1929) is another composer standing on the edge of the musical mainstream. He studied piano in Italy with Sgambati, a student of Liszt, and moved to Paris where he studied composition with Guiraud at the Conservatory, whose other students were Debussy and Loeffler. He composed large-scale works (operas and symphonies) and three pieces for solo harp: Fantaisie op. 138 (1908, Enoch), Légende, op. 139 (1910), and Scherzo-caprice, op. 159 (1920).