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Naples (It. Napoli)locked

  • Giulia Anna Romana Veneziano,
  • Renato Di Benedetto
  •  and Dinko Fabris


City on the south-west coast of Italy. During the era of Spanish domination and the Bourbon Kingdom (16th to 18th centuries) it was considered one of the capitals of European music. This myth survives to the present day, along with the controversial definition of a ‘Neapolitan school’....

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