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Vincenzo Fiodo
1782 - 1862
Italy
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V. Fiodo
Vincenzo Fiodo (02/09/1782 - 1862 or 1863), an Italian composer, born at Taranto, died at Naples. Dramatic, and church composer, pupil of Sala and Paisiello at the Conservatorio de' Turchini, Naples. In 1812 he settled at Pisa to teach vocal music, but afterwards is said to have given up his profession for a mercantile career until 1820, about which time he returned to Naples, and to music, becoming maestro di cappella in different convents and churches. In 1846 he was appointed inspector of the external schools of the Conservatorio, and in 1858 professor at that institution. Works: Operas : II disertore, Rome, 1808 ; H trionfo di Quinto Fabio, Parma, 1809 ; Ciro, Florence, 1810 ; Giuseppe riconosciuto, oratorio ; Requiem mass for 2 choruses and 2 orchestras ; 2 do. for 3 choruses and 3 orchestras ; Many other religious compositions.
Requiem
Period:Romanticism
Musical form:mass
Text/libretto:Latin mass