Guglielmo, Ebreo (William the Jew; Guglielmo da Pesaro)
- (fl. 15th cent)Italian dancer. He studied with Domenico da Piacenza. They collaborated in organizing the wedding festivities of Costanzo Sforza and Camilla d'Aragona in Pesaro in 1475. He arranged festive dances in Milan, Mantua, Urbino, Bologna, Naples and Venice. His work includes Trattato del'arte de ballo.
Dictionary of Jewish Biography. Dan Cohn-Sherbok.
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