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Giordani, Tommasolocked

(c. 1733–1806)
  • Anne Pimlott Baker

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Giordani, Tommaso (c. 1733–1806), composer, was born probably in or near Naples, Italy, the son of Giuseppe Giordani (fl. 1745–1767), librettist, and his wife, Antonia (d. 1764), a singer, who formed a travelling opera company in Naples in the 1740s. The company included ...

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