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Aurisicchio [Euresicchio, Eurisechio, Orisicchio], Antoniolocked

  • James L. Jackman
  •  and Enrico Careri

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(b Naples, c1710; d Rome, 3/Sept 4, 1781). Italian composer. He studied in Rome, according to Giazotto, and supported himself by playing the organ in various Roman churches. Then, like so many southern Italian composers of his generation, he made his professional début in Naples with a comic opera in the Teatro dei Fiorentini, in ...

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