Giacomo Insanguine

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Giacomo Antonio Francesco Paolo Michele Insanguine (also called Giacomo Monopoli[1] after his birthplace Monopoli; 22 March 1728 – 1 February 1795)[2] was an Italian composer, organist, and music educator. He was the last director (primo maestro) of the conservatoire of Sant'Onofrio in Naples, which merged in 1795, two years after Insanguine's death in Naples, with the conservatoire of Santa Maria di Loreto.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jackman, James L.; McClymonds, Marita P.; Libby, Dennis (2001). "Insanguine [Monopoli], Giacomo (Antonio Francesco Paolo Michele)". Grove Music Online (8th ed.). Oxford University Press.
  2. ^ G. Sanguinetti, The Art of Partimento. Oxford University Press, 2012, p.84.