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Vincenzo Calestani

Vincenzo Calestani is certainly listed as an obscure Italian vocal composer, but his slim set of surviving functions contains a few of the most appealing and formally interesting music of that time period. Almost nothing is well known of his lifestyle. If he was linked to a Girolamo Calestani, another …

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Francesco Turini

This Italian organist and composer was greatly lauded by his contemporaries. He was a fantastic organist and a composer with brand-new and innovative tips. Turini was among the initial composers to utilize the concertato in vocal chamber music aswell among the initial composers to utilize the term “cantata” to make …

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Orindio Bartolini

An Italian maestro of tunes in the Cathedral of Udine Bartolini was also a singer in Venice. That is appealing because like a composer his main productions had been for his choir at Udine for whom he made up a requiem mass and “Te Deum” sung in the burials of …

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