17451820 ca
an Italian organist and composer. Turrini enjoyed great esteem among his colleagues. Little remains of his early works (nothing of opera production), while many scores that had dictated received, full of tips for the execution, and some printed works. He composed sonatas for harpsichord, for organ, for piano , for piano and violin , concerts for harpsichord (or piano) and strings (of which there have also five), vocal and instrumental music, works and cantatas. Notable is the choice, rare among Italian composers of his contemporaries, to compose explicitly since 1802 for the piano (previously indicated the alternative "for harpsichord or piano").
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