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2 Jun 2017 ... ... violinist, teacher and art dealer Francesco Geminiani. His Art of Playing on the Violin and his Sonatas with continuo are of a typical baroque ...
Description: Portrait of Francesco Geminiani, half-length, in an oval lettered with the title, slightly turned to the left,dressed in a dark frockcoat over his ...
[ PDF] - Francesco Saverio Geminiani (5 December 1687 ? 17 September 1762) was an Italian violinist, composer, and music theorist. Born at Lucca, he received lessons in music from Alessandro Scarlatti, and studied the violin under Carlo Ambrogio (Ambrosio) Lonati in Milan and afterwards under Arcangelo Corelli. From 1707 he took the place of his father in the Cappella Palatina of Lucca. From View the profiles of people named Francesco Geminiani. Join Facebook to connect with Francesco Geminiani and others you may know. Facebook gives people
Geminiani was an important and influential Italian violinist, composer, and theorist. During his life, he was overshadowed by Handel, and Vivaldi, and he is still relatively obscure today in spite of the great originality and beauty of his compositions and his considerable place in music history's march.
GEMINIANI, Francesco Xaverio. - Nacque a Lucca nel dicembre 1687, da Giuliano e dalla "sig.ra Angela sua mog [li]e", come si può ricavare dal certificato di battesimo datato 5 dic. 1687. Francesco Saverio Geminiani (baptised 5 December 1687 - 17 September 1762) was an Italian violinist, composer, and music theorist. BBC Radio 3 has described him as "now largely forgotten, but in his time considered almost a musical god, deemed to be the equal of Handel and Corelli."