Frescobaldi



[fres-kaw-bahl-dee] /frɛs kɔˈbɑl di/

noun
1.
Girolamo
[jee-raw-lah-maw] /dʒiˈrɔ lɑ mɔ/ (Show IPA), 1583–1643, Italian organist and composer.
/Italian freskoˈbaldi/
noun
1.
Girolamo (dʒiˈrɔːlamo). 1583–1643, Italian organist and composer, noted esp for his organ and harpsichord music

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