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Haym, Nicola Francescolocked

  • Lowell Lindgren

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(b Rome, July 6, 1678; d London, July 31, 1729). Italian composer, librettist and theatre manager. According to his obituary in The Weekly Medley (9 August 1729), he was ‘deservedly famous for divinely touching the Violoncello’, manifested ‘Genius for Musick as a Composer, … devoted several Hours daily to the ...

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