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    Aldrovandini, Giuseppe Antonio Vincenzo (8th June 1671-8th November 1707)

    He was a composer born in the Baroque period in Bologna, Italy.  He studied in Bologna and became a member of the Filarmonica Academy which he would become a principal of in 1702.  He the post of Kapellmeister to the Duke of Mantua but when the Austrian troops invaded he returned home to Bologna to continue his work.  His compositions comprise five oratorios, several motets, religious music and twenty operas which includeDafni, Cesare in Allessandria and Gl'inganni amorosi scoperti in villa.  He was known to be an alcoholic and it has been said it was reflected in his first operatic works.  He drowned in the harbour at Navile Channel, Bologna when he was just 35.

     

    Sinfonias for Two Trumpets and Orchestra in D

    New Bach Collegium Musicum Leipzig, Guttler (trumpet)/Pommer - Capriccio 10 020

     

    Sources:

    1. http://www.mp3.com/giuseppe-aldrovandini/artists/34546/summary.html&q=Giuseppe+Aldrovandini
    2. http://66.218.71.231/language/translation/translatedPage.php?tt=url&text=http%3a//de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giuseppe_Aldrovandini&lp=de_en&.intl=us&fr=slv8-msgr
    3. http://www.haendel.it/compositori/aldrovandini.htm

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     



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