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Orfeo is the Italian for Orpheus, a legendary figure in Greek mythology, chief among poets and musicians.
Orfeo may refer to:
- L'Orfeo, an opera by Claudio Monteverdi
- Orfeo (Rossi), an opera by Luigi Rossi
- Orfeo ed Euridice, an opera by Christoph Willibald Gluck
- La morte d'Orfeo, an opera by Stefano Landi
- Orfeo (Sartorio), an opera by Antonio Sartorio
- L'Orfeide, an opera by Gian Francesco Malipiero
- Orfeo (record label), a German record company
- Orfeo Vecchi (ca. 1551 - 1603), Italian composer
- Orfeo Programme, a planned 2017 European Space Agency mission
- Orfeo toolbox, associated image processing software
- Orfeo Boselli, 1597–1667, an Italian sculptor
- Orfeo Superdomo, a sports arena in Argentina
- Orfeo (genus), genus of spiders
- Orfei, an Italian family name
- Orpheus (disambiguation), the English and German spelling
- Orphée (disambiguation), the French spelling
- Orfeas (disambiguation), Ορφέας, the Greek spelling
- Orfeu (disambiguation), the Portuguese spelling
- Orfey (disambiguation), Орфей, the Russian spelling
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