Giacomo Arrigoni

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Giovanni Giacomo Arigoni also Arrigoni (1597-1675) was an Italian composer in Venice and later organist to Ferdinand II in Vienna.[1][2]


  1. ^ The Letters of Claudio Monteverdi -Claudio Monteverdi, Denis Stevens - 1980 Page 169 "This confusion may have arisen partly as a result of Monteverdi's cavalier treatment of the letter l, and partly because there was at that time a composer named Giovanni Giacomo Arigoni (or Arrigoni) who later contributed to Giovanni Battista ..."
  2. ^ Peter Allsop Cavalier Giovanni Battista Buonamente: Franciscan Violinist 2005 - Page 50 "Giovanni Giacomo Arrigoni, 'organista della Sacra Cesarea Maesta di Ferdinando II Imperatore', also divided his output between secular and sacred publications, and his Concert! di camera (1635b) includes several sonatas in six and eight ...

External links[edit]

Free scores by Giacomo Arrigoni at the International Music Score Library Project (IMSLP)