Carlo Ignazio Monza

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Carlo Ignazio Monza (c. 1680 or 1696 - 9 May 1739) was an Italian composer. He was born in Milan and died in Vercelli. Works of his were possibly among the music that formed the basis for the Pulcinella score by Igor Stravinsky. There are recordings of Monza's harpsichord music by Terence Charlston.

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