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Fiorè, Andrea Stefanolocked

  • Sven Hansell


(b Milan, 1686; d Turin, Oct 6, 1732). Italian composer, son of Angelo Maria Fiorè. He was a child prodigy: in the dedication of his Sinfonie da chiesa dated 20 April 1699 he explained that the pieces ‘are the last squalls of my infancy, and the first expressions of my boyhood, I having just turned 13’. The title-page of this collection of 12 trio sonatas indicates that he was ...

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