Carlo Campioni was created in France, but is recognized as an Italian composer and follower of Tartini. His dad worked as the official for the Duke of Lorraine in France, however the family members eventually relocated to Tuscany. His 1st appointment like a musician arrived in 1752 when he was employed as maestro di cappella for the Cathedral in Livorno. In 1763, the Grand Duke of Florence appointed him maestro di cappella towards the courtroom, and he held this placement until his loss of life in 1788. He also kept the positioning of maestro di cappella in the chapel of Santa Maria del Fiore, with the Oratory of S. Giovanni Battista. Campioni made up in many styles. He was a prolific author of instrumental music, submitting six models of trio sonatas and 12 models of duets. In his trio sonatas, the cello range is often converted into a melodic obbligato that suits the two higher voices. And Campioni was keen on the fugal middle motion that afterwards became favored by sonata composers. He also had written masses and various other liturgical music, aswell as music performed at particular festive events, like the wedding from the Archduke Joseph, and requiems for funerals.