[ fres-kaw-bahl-dee ]
/ frɛs kɔˈbɑl di /
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Gi·ro·la·mo [jee-raw-lah-maw], /dʒiˈrɔ lɑ mɔ/, 1583–1643, Italian organist and composer.
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How to use Frescobaldi in a sentence
So far as the Dryfoos family was concerned, the dinner might as well have been given at Frescobaldi's rooms.
Fulkerson burst into a roar of laughter with the words that recognized Frescobaldi's personal tribute to Dryfoos.
He rose mechanically, and Fulkerson said to Frescobaldi's man, "You can bring us the coffee in the library."
The same may be said with regard to the harpsichord, from Frescobaldi to Clementi.The Violin|George Dubourg
Its birthplace was Italy; the canzona of Frescobaldi and his compeers was the parent of the fugue.Music in the History of the Western Church|Edward Dickinson
British Dictionary definitions for Frescobaldi
/ (Italian freskoˈbaldi) /
Girolamo (dʒiˈrɔːlamo). 1583–1643, Italian organist and composer, noted esp for his organ and harpsichord music
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