Cavatina / Per pieta bell' Idol mio / Musica / Del Sig:r D: Domenico Cimarosa / Si venderia del Giovanni Colameo rigatore de carta di musica al vicolo di S.
re Domenico Cimarosa / Ridotto per Clavecimbalo, o Piano forte / Con Violino Obbligato / Dali Ill:mo Sig.
The show will come in two stages: part two will span 45 minutes and is entitled Precentor/ Choirmaster by Domenico Cimarosa
Said music would be a late Classical era Concerto for Two Flutes by Domenico Cimarosa
(1749-1801), here played on flute and oboe; two early Romantic concertos by Wilhelm Bernhard Molique (1802-1869), one for flute solo and one for oboe solo; and an early Romantic period Concerto for Flute and Oboe by Ignaz Moscheles (1794-1870).
The great opera composer Giovanni Paisiello (1740-1816), for example, is mentioned as an ardent follower of the teachings of Durante; Fenaroli, whose students included Domenico Cimarosa
(1749-1801) and Saverio Mercadante (1795-1870), was also from the Durante lineage.
Mozart, Richard Strauss and Domenico Cimarosa
Though Piccinni had dominated the 1778-80 run of Italian operas at the Academie royale de musique, Giovanni Paisiello and Domenico Cimarosa
were preferred at the Theatre de Monsieur.
Folge, includes sixteen such pieces written for operas composed by Pasquale Anfossi (3), Domenico Cimarosa
(3), Francesco Bianch i (2), Florian Leopold Gassmann (2?
The opera excerpts in the third volume intermix the well-known (Vincenzo Bellini, Domenico Cimarosa
, Gaetano Donizetti, Saverio Mercadante, Ferdinando Paer, Giovanni Paisiello, Gioachino Rossini, Giuseppe Verdi) with the lesser-known (Carlo Coccia, Fr.
One article gives brief biographies and portraits of some of Mozart's contemporaries, such as Christoph Willibald Gluck, Johann Christian Bach, and Domenico Cimarosa
(as well as Joseph Haydn and Ludwig van Beethoven).
The 1817 inventory taken after reopening of the school in 1798 attests the arrival of vocal music by Domenico Cimarosa
, Vicente Martin y Soler, Mozart, Giovanni Paisiello, and Giuseppe Sarti.
I look forward to the second volume, and I hope that the enterprise will inspire other scholars to provide us with similar works for other Italian composers from the period, such as Domenico Cimarosa
, Niccolo Piccinni, Antonio Sacchini, and Giuseppe Sarti.