Gaetano Greco

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Gaetano Greco (c. 1657 – c. 1728) was an Italian Baroque composer. His teachers in Naples included Giovanni Salvatore and Gennaro Ursino, and possibly Francesco Provenzale.[1] Leonardo Vinci studied with Greco.

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  • Tuoni ecclesiastici con li loro versetti


  1. ^ Dinko Fabris Music in seventeenth-century Naples: Francesco Provenzale (1624-1704) p230 2007 "Gaetano's teachers were Giovanni Salvatore and Gennaro Ursino, but it is plausible that Greco also studied with Francesco Provenzale: the contract with the Eletti della Fedelissima Citta in 1701 is typical of a teacher-pupil ..."

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