Composers

Girolamo Abos

Voice
Orchestra
Mixed chorus
Organ
Soprano
Alto
String ensemble
Violin
Opera seria
Operas
Religious music
Mass
Psalms
Magnificat
Vesper
Sequence
by alphabet
PelopidaStabat materTito ManlioAlessandro nell'IndieMissa in G majorErifileArianna e TeseoArtaserseMagnificat à quattro concertato con strumentiDixit Dominus in D major
Wikipedia
Girolamo Abos, last name also given Avos or d'Avossa and baptized Geronimo Abos (16 November 1715 – May 1760), was a Maltese-Italian composer of both operas and church music.
Born in Valletta, Malta, son of Gian Tommaso Abos, whose father was a Frenchman from Castellane and Rosa Farrugia, Abos studied under Leonardo Leo and Francesco Durante in Naples. In 1756, he became Maestro al Cembalo (Director of Music) at the Italian Theatre in London. In 1758 he returned to Italy as a teacher at the Conservatorio della Pietà de' Turchini in Naples, where Giovanni Paisiello was one of his pupils. He wrote fourteen operas for the opera houses in Naples, Rome, and London, of which Tito Manlio (Naples, 1751) was the most successful. After 1758 he composed a good deal of church music, including seven masses and several litanies. He died in Naples. Many of his sacred works, oratorios, and the opera Pelopida have been edited by the Australian musicologist and conductor Richard Divall, and are freely available.