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1729, Sep 271801, Aug 12
an Italian composer, son of giovanni antonio Giay. He studied initially in Turin, probably at the Collegium Puerorum Innocentium at the cathedral, under the direction of F.M. Montalto. Between 1759 and 1762 he continued his studies, spending a year each in Bologna, with Padre Martini, Naples, with Giuseppe de Majo, and Rome, where his compositions were received favorably.
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