Despite the fact that Fortunato Chelleri was a author of many forms, the substance of his eighteenth century stature arose from his composition of instrumental music, which he wrote in the old age of his career (around 1729 and onward); included in these are symphonies, duos, trios, partitas, solos, and many sonatas and fugues. Before the amount of time in which he constructed instrumental music, he mainly had written operas and oratorios. As a kid, he is at the chapel choir from the Madonna della Steccata and was informed in tone of voice and key pad by his uncle and guardian Frencesco Maria Bazzani (maestro di cappella from the Piacenza cathedral). Quickly thereafter, in Spain and Italy, Chelleri developed nearly twelve operas, you start with Zenobia in Palmira (1709), after that La caccia in Etolia (1715), Ircano innamorato (1715), Alessandro fra le Amazoni (1715), Penelope la casta (1717), Alessandro Severo (1719), Temistocle (1720), and L’innocenza difesa (1721). Although a lot of the music of the dramas continues to be lost, records reveal that lots of of his functions of the type had been performed and/or premiered in set up theaters of Venice, Padua, and/or Florence. After departing from Spain around 1710, Chelleri was produced maestro della cappella di camcorder by elector Palatine Johann Wilhelm and by Karl III Philipp. Although it can be uncertain concerning if he was utilized by Anna Maria Lusia de’ Medici, he do definitely serve Philipp Franz von Schonborn in Würzburg as Hofkapellmeister and as Courtroom Councillor in 1723. It had been there that he had written nearly all his oratorios, such as Per la morte del Rendentore (1722 – 1724), Maria virgine (1722 – 1724), De annuntiatione B. Mariae V. (1723), and Allegorie (1724). Before departing this post for the positioning of Kapellmeister towards the Landgrave Karl of Hesse-Kassel, which later on transformed right into a post of Hofrat under Wilhelm, Chelleri wed Apollonia Theresia Papius. He previously three sons and remained in Kassel for the rest of his existence, except during a protracted trip to Britain and during short work for Friedrich in Stockholm. In his life time, Chelleri also published many cantatas, including Amor, più non m’inganni (1727), Pupille e fin a quando, Quanto mai sarai più bello, and Su le deserte sponde.