British concert pianist and composer in the 2005 British historical romance novel The Songbird by Valerie Wood.
He is friends with protagonist and singer Poppy Mazzini in the 1900s.
The curtain rose to show a grand piano centre stage, and a young man in a black frock coat walked on, took a bow and seated himself at the keyboard. Poppy felt her spirits rise, and she knew her father had been right to suggest they came out. Anthony Marino, whose dark hair hung to his white high collar and flopped over his forehead as he bent his head, had a slight smile hovering on his lips as he began to play.