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  • Robert R. Holzer


(b ?Torremaggiore, ?1597/8; d Rome, 19 Feb 1653). Italian composer and keyboard player. He was active in Naples, Rome and Paris, and wrote some of the finest vocal music of the 17th century; his canzonettas and cantatas enjoyed wide popularity and he composed operas for both the papal family and the French royal court....

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