Giovanni Andrea Fioroni

Born: c. 1704

Died: 19th December 1778

Birthplace: Pavia, Italy

Giovanni Andrea Fioroni was an Italian composer. After studying under Leo in Naples, he moved to Milan, becoming maestro di cappella at the cathedral in 1747 and later at other churches. An influential composer and teacher, he composed operas and oratorios and some 300 sacred vocal works, many for large forces and in a contrapuntal style.

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