Ugolino of Forlì

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Ugolino of Forlì or Ugolino of Orvieto (Italian: Ugolino da Orvieto or Urbevetano or Ugolino da Forlì) (Forlì, c. 1380 - Ferrara, c. 1457) was an Italian composer and musical theorist of the Renaissance.[1]

Ugolino was born in Forlì, but was named Urbevetano (of Orvieto) because his father, Francesco, was from Orvieto.


  • Declaratio musicae disciplinae (five books), written between 1430 and 1440, in Forlì.