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Paolo Lorenzani (b. Rome 1640 - d. October 1713) was an Italian composer of the Baroque Era. He was trained by Horatio Benevoli. He served as maestro di cappella at a Jesuit church in Rome and later at the cathedral of Messina in Sicily.

In 1678, Lorenzani traveled to France, hoping to find fortune. Louis XIV recognized his talent and invited him to Paris, where he served as music master to the queen. Under orders of the king, Lorenzani traveled back… read more

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