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Charles Burney – Musical journey through Italy – 1770

The biography:
Born in Florence in April 1723 his musical formation was completed at the Neapolitan Conservatory “Pietà dei Turchini” where he studied composition under Leo, harpsichord with Fago and violin with Pagliarulo. After terminating his studies he was employed as an under-maestro and shortly after 1744 returned to Florence. His early years were characterised by frequent moves: he certainly spent some time in 1748 in Prague where he finished his sonatas for harpsichord Op.1, and again in 1753 on the occasion of the first performance of his first opera Semiramide. In the years between 1754 and 1756 he lived in Berlin and Dresden and two years later at St Petersburg where he produced his first comedy Il negligente, and also where he was a substitute maestro in Locatelli’s company. In the Russian city he was favourably received by the high society, so much so that he became the future Catherine II’s harpsichord teacher and a favourite of Count Sheremetev who employed him as the conductor and director of his private orchestra. He was elected member of the Philharmonic Academy in 1761 and settled definitively in Florence where he concentrated on the composition of operas…

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Barsanti  Francesco
Boccherini  Luigi
Brunelli  Antonio
Brunetti  Giovanni Gualberto
Caccini  Francesca
Caccini  Giulio
Cambini  Giovanni Gioacchino Maria
Campion  Charles-Antoine
Cesti  Antonio
Cherubini  Luigi
Clari  Giovanni Carlo Maria
Della Ciaia  Bernardino Azzolino
Dôthel  Nicolas
Gasparini  Francesco
Geminiani  Francesco
Gherardeschi  Filippo Maria
Giuliani  Giovanni Francesco
Guami  Francesco
Guami  Gioseffo
Guglielmi  Pietro Alessandro
Lidarti  Christian Joseph
Manfredini  Francesco
Manfredini  Vincenzo
Melani  Alessandro
Nardini  Pietro
→ Rutini  Giovanni Marco
Veracini  Antonio
Veracini  Francesco Maria
Zipoli  Domenico
 
 
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Catalogue:
Dates and places in brackets refer to the first performance. Where present, publishers, places and dates of compositions are indicated.
Item’s number 44
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  Vocal music:
 
Opere 
Semiramide (P. Metastasio), Praga, 1753;
Il negligente (C. Goldoni), Pietroburgo, 1758;
Il caffè di campagna (P. Chiari), Bologna, 1762;
Ezio ( P. Metastasio), Firenze, 1763; 
I matrimoni in maschera (F. Casori), Cremona, 1763;
L’olandese in Italia (N. Tassi), Firenze, 1765;
L’amore industrioso (F. Casori), Venezia, 1765;
Il contadino incivilito (O. Goretti), Firenze, 1766;
L’amore tra l’armi ( N. Tassi), Siena, 1768;
La Nitteti ( P. Metastasio), Modena, 1769;
Vologeso re de’ Parti (A. Zeno), Firenze, 1775;
L’amor per rigiro ( N. Tassi), Poggio a Caiano, 1773;
Il finto amante, Pistoia, 1776;
Sicotencal (C. Olivieri), Torino, 1776;
Zulima (C. Olivieri), Firenze, 1777;
 
Intermezzi 
Le contese domestiche, Firenze, 1767;
Gli sponsali di Faloppa;
 
Oratori 
Giobbe, 1780;
Giuseppe venduto, 1783;
La liberazione d’Israele;
   

The catalogue is organised referring to The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, vol.XVI, London, 1980 and Dizionario della musica e dei musicisti, Le Biografie, vol. VI, Torino, 1988.

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