Francesco Magini

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Francesco Magini (Fano, between 1668 and 1670 – 1714) was a minor Italian composer active in Rome in the first decade of the eighteenth century.[1][2][3]

Recordings[edit]

  • Aria Da che vide il tuo sembiante, Maite Beaumont

References[edit]

  1. ^ Entry in Treccani 2007
  2. ^ Michael Talbot Aspects of the Secular Cantata in Late Baroque Italy 2009 - Page 126 "In his Comentary, Crescimbeni reveals the names of the composers as Magini and Bencini.64 These are most likely the little known Francesco Magini from Fano, active in Rome in the first decade of the eighteenth century as the composer of ...
  3. ^ Massimiliano Sala, W. Dean Sutcliffe Domenico Scarlatti adventures: essays to commemorate the ...2008 - - Page 7 "Francesco Magini is a somewhat shadowy figure deemed unworthy of an entry in Grove."