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Jacopo Fogliano (Composer)

Born: 1468, Modena, Italy

Died: 10th April 1548, Modena, Italy

Nationality: Italian

Giacomo Fogliano was an Italian composer, organist, harpsichordist, and music teacher of the Renaissance, active mainly in Modena in northern Italy. He was a composer of frottole, the popular vocal form ancestral to the madrigal, and later in his career he also wrote madrigals themselves. He also wrote some sacred music and a few instrumental compositions.

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