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Giovanni Battista Sammartini and His Musical Environment by Anna Cattoretti

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Published by Brepols Publishers .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Sammartini, Giovanni Battista,,
  • History & Criticism - General,
  • Music/Songbooks,
  • Music,
  • Genres & Styles - Pop Vocal,
  • 1700 (ca.)-1775,
  • Criticism and interpretation

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages692
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8911360M
ISBN 10250351233X
ISBN 109782503512334

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Address Book: Distributed by Author information: Studies on Italian Music History (SML 4) A. Cattoretti Giovanni Battista Sammartini and his Musical Environment. Add to basket -> XVI+ p., x mm, ISBN: Languages: English Hardback The publication is available. The career of Giovanni Battista Sammartini. Giovanni Battista Sammartini and his Musical Environment by Cattoretti, A. Brepols Publishers, 1st. hardcover. New. Giovanni Battista Sammartini (c. 15 January ) was an Italian composer, oboist, organist, choirmaster and teacher. He counted Gluck among his students, and was highly regarded by younger composers including Johann Christian has also been noted that many stylizations in Joseph Haydn's compositions are similar to those of Sammartini, although Haydn denied any such influence. Giovanni Sammartini lived his entire life in Milan and was that city's most famous composer in the eighteenth century. By the time he was named maestro di cappella of the Congregazione SS Entierro in , he was already "famous" as a composer of sacred music, most of which, unfortunately, is lost.

Giovanni Battista Sammartini (približno - januara ) bio je italijanski kompozitor, violinista, orguljaš, horovođa i učitelj. Christoph Willibald Gluck se ubraja među njegove studente, a mlađi kompozitori, među kojima je i Johann Christian Bach, bili su visoko đer je primijećeno da su mnoge stilizacije u muzičkim djelima Josepha Haydna slične onima. Cattoretti, Anna, ed., Giovanni Battista Sammartini and his musical environment, Brepols, Turnhout, ISBN X. (anglicky) Churgin, Bathia and Jenkins, Newell. Thematic Catalog of the Works of Giovanni Sammartini: Orchestral and Vocal Music. Cambridge: published for the American Musicological Society by Harvard University Press, Giovanni Battista Sammartini, Sammartini also spelled San Martini, byname Il Milanese, (born /01, Milan [Italy]—died Jan. 15, , Milan), Italian composer who was an important formative influence on the pre-Classical symphony and thus on the Classical style later developed by Joseph Haydn and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Thematic catalogue of the works of Giovanni Battista Sammartini: orchestral and vocal music by Newell Jenkins (Book); Giovanni Battista Sammartini and his musical environment (Book); I fratelli Sammartini: due musicisti milanesi nell'Europa del Settecento by Danilo Prefumo (Book).

Giovanni Battista Sammartini was born in Milan, and unlike his contemporaries,spent all of his life working in his home city. Sammartini vies with Haydn for the title `father of the symphony'. He was a great innovator, and his symphonic works resulted from his experimentation with the concerto grosso and trio sonata forms of the baroque age/5(8). Anyone already familiar with Intorno a Locatelli, the vast collection of essays marking the th anniversary of Locatelli's birth assembled by Albert Dunning ten years ago, will know more or less what to expect from Giovanni Battista Sammartini and his musical environment, even if this time there is no overspill into a second, almost equally thick volume. The music on this album comes not from the early Italian symphonist Giovanni Battista Sammartini but from his older brother Giuseppe, who spent much of his career in five-year age difference shows up in the older brother's music, some of which looks back to three concerti grossi on the album are interesting examples of a style that has reached its dead end: Sammartini. Sammartini, Giovanni Battista. Sammartini, Giovanni Battista, significant Italian composer and pedagogue, brother of Giuseppe (Francesco Gaspare Melchiorre Baldassare) Sammartini; b. probably in Milan, or ; d. there, Jan. 15, It is likely that he studied music with his father, Alexis Saint- Martin, a French oboist who settled in Italy.