Andrea Falconiero  (1585-1656)
Last updated: 11.11.17
According to the Internet source given below, 1585 or 1586 # 1656), also known as Falconiero, was an Italian composer and lutenist from Naples. He resided in Parma from 1604 until 1614, and later moved to Rome, and then back to his native Naples, where in 1647 he became maestro di cappella at the royal chapel.
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Recorder Sheet Music
Tänze (Naples 1650) (D(Violin)/BC) (769799)
Score and Parts.
Publisher: Magnamusic (PAN0882)
2 Capricci (A/A) (17223759)
2 Scores.
Publisher: London Pro Musica (EMLV176)
2 Capricci (1650) (D/D/BC) (776963)
Set of Scores.
Publisher: London Pro Musica (EML0176)
6660128.gifBactalla de Barbaro yerno de Satanas (D/D/BC) (6660128)
Publisher: Robert Lienau (RL40770)
6660111.gifLi Eroica a 3 (D/D/BC) (6660111)
Publisher: Robert Lienau (RL40760)
Movements from Il Primo Libro: 1650 Vol. 1 (D/D(A)/BC) (4903381)
Score and Parts.
Publisher: Dovehouse (IRCS013)
Var La Follia (Chamber work with D(A)/D/A)) (5667265)
 Publisher: Pan Educational Music (PAN0883)