Composers

Nicola Fago

Voice
Soprano
Alto
Bass
Orchestra
Tenor
Mixed chorus
String ensemble
Harpsichord
Secular cantatas
Cantatas
Religious music
Mass
Magnificat
Vesper
Credo
Benedictus
Sacred oratorios
Oratorio
by alphabet
Toccata in E majorIl Faraone SommersoMagnificat in D majorPange lingua in D majorLagrime di cordoglioSe gelosia crudeleIngegni curiosiBella a te di vezzosoMagnificat in F minorMagnificat in G minorFilli per tormentarmiCredo in B-flat majorLungi dal patrio lidoOh quanto o mai diverso provoBenedictus in G majorCredo in E minorQuanto invidio la tua sorteMiserabile scempio di peneAll'or ch'in dolce oblioCome viver poss'ioQuesto povero corNon credo che vi sia pena maggiorÈ ben chiara ragioneQuall'or non veggio l'adorato numeLe quattro monarchieMass in C majorMass in D majorRequiem in C minor
Wikipedia
Francesco Nicola Fago, 'II Tarantino' (26 February 1677 – 18 February 1745) was an Italian Baroque composer and teacher. He was the father of Lorenzo Fago (1704-1793).
Born in Taranto, in the Apulia region, he studied music under Francesco Provenzale at the Conservatorio della Pietà dei Turchini in Naples between 1693-95.
Between 1704-08 he worked at the Conservatorio Sant'Onofrio, but from 1705-40 he was based at the Conservatorio della Pietà dei Turchini, where his pupils included Leonardo Leo, Francesco Feo, Giuseppe de Majo, Niccolo Jommelli, Nicola Sala, Michele de Falco, Carmine Giordani as well as his own son, Lorenzo. See: List of music students by teacher: C to F#Nicola Fago.
From 1709-31, Nicola Fago served at the Tesoro di San Gennaro. He died in Naples in 1745.