List of Italian composers

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This is an alphabetical list of composers from Italy, whose notability is established by reliable sources in other Wikipedia articles. For guidance on how an individual name should be sorted, please refer to the person's linked article (including title, text, references, and any DefaultSort templates visible when editing) and to the English Wikipedia guidelines at WP:SUR.

The portraits at right are ten of the most-prominent Italian composers, according to a published review.[1]

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  • Hoste da Reggio (c. 1520–1569), also known as L'Hoste, L'Osto, Oste, Bartolomeo Torresano

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  1. ^ Joseph, Andrew (13 December 2015). "From Monteverdi to Morricone: The Greatest Italian Composers". Culture Trip. Retrieved 9 March 2016.