A student from the Conservatory in Naples, Lanzetti dedicated himself towards the cello and composition. He was operating to the courtroom chapel in Lucca also to Vittorio Amedeo II in Turin. The post at Turin was preserved by Lanzetti despite the fact that he made comprehensive tours in European countries. He is at London in the 1730s and could have resided there until 1754. While in London Lanzetti could increase the reputation of his device. By 1760 he was once more in Turin and an associate from the chapel until his loss of life. Before Boccherini, Lanzetti started to establish the cello like a single device. In his compositions the cello had not been merely relegated towards the bass collection and needed the touch of the virtuoso especially in the bowing needs. From the fruits of his labors the cello sonata took main. Lanzetti nearly brought the amount of cello music compared to that from the violin concerto. His functions were organized in three motions with a rigorous slow secondary motion and well-developed suggestions in the principal an tertiary motions.