Furthermore to holding several posts as organist, Pietro Andrea Ziani made up various functions throughout his lifetime, including 23 operas, three oratorios, public, psalms, overtures, organ items, and many three- to six-part instrumental sonatas. It had been around 1640, while he was cannon regular and organist at San Salvatore, Venice, that he became a deacon and got holy purchases. His posts consist of maestro di cappella at San Maira Maggiore (1657 – 1659), vice Kapellmeister to Empress Eleonora, organist at St. Marks (1669), instructor at Conservatorio San Onofrio, and organist and maestro di cappella (1680 – 1684) in the Naples courtroom. His operas, which bore minor resemblances to his oratorios, had been seen as a their simple framework and were an assortment of farcical and significant material. His capability to compose operas well was more popular in 1654 along with his demonstration of La guerriera spartana. His various other well-known works consist of Le lot of money di Rodope e di Damira (1657), L’Antigona delusa da Alceste (1660), La congiura del vizio contra la virtù (1663), and La circe (1665). Compositions of the type were proven at numerous locations, including Teatro San Apollinare and Teatro San Cassiano. His Sonata in G minimal No. 11 and Sonata in D minimal No. 12 had been documented for Vanguard Classics in 1999.