Jacopo da Bologna

1340 - 1386

Jacopo da Bologna

Jacopo da Bologna (fl. 1340 – c. 1386) was an Italian composer of the Trecento, the period sometimes known as the Italian ars nova. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Jacopo da Bologna has received more than 33,706 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 817th most popular composer.

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Among composers, Jacopo da Bologna ranks 817 out of 1,008Before him are Alexander Goldenweiser, Giovanni Legrenzi, Vissarion Shebalin, Richard Heuberger, François Sudre, and Hubert Parry. After him are Italo Montemezzi, Halfdan Kjerulf, Necil Kazım Akses, Aimeric de Peguilhan, Ignaz Schuppanzigh, and Matvey Blanter.

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Among people born in 1340, Jacopo da Bologna ranks 11Before him are Claus Sluter, Elizabeth of Bosnia, Theophanes the Greek, Hasdai Crescas, Geert Groote, and Stephen of Perm.  Among people deceased in 1386, Jacopo da Bologna ranks 6Before him are Charles III of Naples, Leopold III, Duke of Austria, Leonor Teles, Dan I of Wallachia, and William Langland. After him is Euphemia de Ross.

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In Italy

Among people born in Italy, Jacopo da Bologna ranks 2,387 out of 3,282Before him are Claudio Baglioni (1951), Nanni Galli (1940), Fernando Tambroni (1901), Antipope Paschal III (1110), Umberto Maglioli (1928), and Simone Inzaghi (1976). After him are Mario Camerini (1895), Sergio Sebastiani (1931), Italo Montemezzi (1875), Massimo Ranieri (1951), Gustav Thöni (1951), and Francesco Graziani (1952).