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 Cristiano Giuseppe Lidarti (Vienna 1730 – Pisa 1793)  

Cristiano Giuseppe Lidarti
(Vienna 1730 – Pisa 1793)



Called the "Jerusalem of the North", Amsterdam was Baruch Spinoza's the native city and was home to one of the ...

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Carlo Grossi  (Vicenza 1634 – Venice1688)  

Carlo Grossi
(Vicenza 1634 – Venice1688)



He was probably the first composer to use the term "fun" when he published, in 1681, Il divertimento de' grandi: ...

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Georg Friedrich Händel (Halle sul Saale, 1685 – London, 1759)  

Georg Friedrich Händel
(Halle sul Saale, 1685 – London, 1759)



He escaped his father's ambition for him to become a man of the law (much as Tartini's father who also ...

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Nino Rota (Milan 1911 – Rome 1979)  

Nino Rota
(Milan 1911 – Rome 1979)



Born in Milan in 1911 into a family of musicians, Nino Rota was first a student of Orefice and Pizzetti. ...

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Michele Dall'Ongaro (Rome, 1957)  

Michele Dall'Ongaro
(Rome, 1957)



He graduated from the Conservatorio di Santa Cecilia, where he studied  Composition, Electronic Musica, Choral Music, Choral Direction,  and Theory ...

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Vittorio Fellegara  (Milan, 1927)  

Vittorio Fellegara
(Milan, 1927)



Italian composer. He studied with Chailly and at Darmstadt and has taught at the Donizetti Institute in Bergamo. His music ...

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Ferruccio Busoni (Empoli, 1866 – Berlin, 1924)  

Ferruccio Busoni
(Empoli, 1866 – Berlin, 1924)



Born to a family of musicians (mother, pianist; father, clarinetist) he studied piano and music from his childhood, debuted as ...

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Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco (Florence, 1895 – Los Angeles 1968)  

Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco
(Florence, 1895 – Los Angeles 1968)



Born into a family of sephardic Jews, Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco demonstrated his talent for music at an early age, graduating in ...

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Nicola Fiorenza (? - Naples 1764)  

Nicola Fiorenza
(? - Naples 1764)



We know little about Nicola Fiorenza. He had taught violin and violoncello for a long time at the Conservatory of ...

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Pasquale Anfossi  (Taggia 1727, Rome 1797)  

Pasquale Anfossi
(Taggia 1727, Rome 1797)



Anfossi was from Taggia, Liguria, and, after travelling throughout Europe, died in Rome. But in Naples he had studied during ...

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