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Pistocchi, Francesco Antonio Mamiliano [‘Il Pistocchino’]locked

  • Anne Schnoebelen

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(b Palermo, 1659; d Bologna, May 13, 1726). Italian composer and singer. He was a child prodigy, singing in public at the age of three and publishing his first work, Capricci puerili, at the age of eight. His father Giovanni was a violinist in the ...

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