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Feo, Francescolocked

  • Hanns-Bertold Dietz

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(b Naples, 1691; d Naples, Jan 28, 1761). Italian composer and teacher. According to Burney, he was ‘one of the greatest Neapolitan masters of his time’.

Feo received his musical training at the Conservatorio di S Maria della Pietà dei Turchini at Naples, which he entered on ...

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