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Peri, Jacopo [‘Zazzerino’]locked

  • William V. Porter
  •  and Tim Carter

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(b Rome or Florence, Aug 20, 1561; d Florence, Aug 12, 1633). Italian composer, singer and instrumentalist. His most significant contribution was his development of the dramatic recitative for musical theatre. His most characteristic examples of this style are found in Euridice (...

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