A talented Italian violinist Zuccari founded a college in Milan where he previously settled in 1736. He participated with Sammartini in the academy kept at Collegio dei Nobili, 1741. In 1760 Zuccari is at London using the Italian opera orchestra. It is now time when his “Accurate Approach to Playing an Adagio Produced Easy by 12 Good examples” was released. By 1765 Zuccari was back Italy and once again caused Sammartini only this time around he led the orchestra at an academy in Cremona. In his compositions, specially the sonatas for violin, Zuccari favored the three motion slow-fast-fast setting, sophisticated melodic lines and bass parts that managed a supporting part rather than participation using the musical styles. Zuccari’s compositions had been also coloured by an enthusiastic feeling of contrapuntal understanding and technique.