Pietro Antonio Giramo

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Pietro Antonio Giramo (Naples, fl.1619-c1630) was an Italian baroque composer.[1] His surviving works consist of two works in collections 1619, 1620, the Arie for several voices (Naples, 1630) and a reprint of two cantatas; Il pazzo con la pazza ristampata and Uno ospedale per gl’infermi d’amore(A Hospital for the Love-Sick) (after 1630).

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  1. ^ Dinko Fabris Music in seventeenth-century Naples: Francesco Provenzale (1624-1704) 2007 p41 "Pietro Antonio Giramo is described as 'napoletano' in his musical sources. Apart from two compositions in collections printed in 1619-20, all his surviving monographic prints are preserved together in I-Fn: Arie a piu voci ... primo"
  2. ^ A Partial Pietro Antonio Giramo Discography
  3. ^ Naxos Giramo