1760, 17611822, Apr 13
an Italian organist and composer. He had as a teacher Ferdinando Turrini Bertoni. He worked first at the Basilica del Carmine, and then as organist at the Cathedral of Padua, while among the plays that worked there was Castrini father and son, with music by Ferdinand Robuschi. He had as pupils Nardetti Francesco and Alessandro Mini. On August 9, 1805, he became Kapellmeister, famous for the Sonatas for Organ composed of a two-and rarely three movements.
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