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Pietro Baldassare

Pietro Baldassare was a Italian Baroque composer, probably given birth to in Rome. He’s said to took holy purchases and was the maestro di cappella from the Congregation from the Oratorio of S. Filippo Neri in Brescia, regarding to a notation on his libretti. Modern accounts verify his being kept in high esteem by connoisseurs of music during his life time, specifically for his many oratorios. However, each one of these oratorios are dropped and he’s now represented being a composer just by two cornet sonatas, a harpsichord sonata, and a celebratory vocal and choral piece, Il giudizxio di paride, created for name time festivities for Empress Amalia Wilhelmina.

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