Tommaso Traetta

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Traetta, Tommaso

 

Born Mar. 30, 1727, in Bitonto, near Bari; died Apr. 6, 1779, in Venice. Italian composer.

Traetta was a student of N. Porpora and F. Durante, and his first opera was performed in 1751 in Naples. He worked in various towns in Italy and served as court conductor from 1768 to 1775 in St. Petersburg, where he composed and staged the operas Antigono in 1772, Amore e Psiche in 1773, and Lucio Vero in 1774. Traetta composed many other operas, including one for a libretto by C. Goldoni; he also wrote oratorios and church music.

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Nuóvo, A. Tommaso Traetta, grande musicista. Bitonto, 1938.
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The catalogue also encompasses re-texted arias by Baldassare Galuppi (1706-1785), Vincenzo Righini (1756-1812), Tomasso Traetta (1727-1779), Gaetano Donizetti (1797-1848), Johann Adolf Hasse (1699-1783), Christoph Willibald Gluck (1714-1787) and Josef Myslivecek (1737-1781), a Czech composer who lived and worked in Italy.
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McClelland spends most of the chapter analyzing the tonalities of ombra scenes in a selection of works by Gluck (Alceste and Semiramis), Mozart (Lucio Silla), and Traetta (Ifigenia in Tauride).
The performance itself was a pastiche of homonymous operas written by Vivaldi, Pergolesi, Paisiello, Jommelli, Traetta, Hasse, Myslivecek, and Caldara.
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In the half-century between its opening in 1732 and his death in 1782, the Argentina staged at least 15 of his texts, several of them in three or four different musical settings, with composers including Leo, Galuppi, Sarti, Anfossi, Sacchini, Piccini, Traetta and Jommelli himself.
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The collection includes 15 manuscripts known as the Venice series of the Scarlatti's Sonatas; the Sonatas by Sebastiano de Albero; the Scarlatti's 'Serenata a quattro voci; works by David Perez, Tommaso Traetta, Leonardo Vinci, Pasquale Cafaro, Leonardo Leo, and Johann Adolf Hasse are preserved in other 40 manuscripts.
Frugoni)(c) 5 Nov 1760 Niccolo Jommelli, Cajo Fabrizio (Verazi)(d) 5 Nov 1762 Tommaso Traetta, Sofonisba (Verazi) 5 Nov 1764 Gian Francesco de Majo, Ifigenia in Tauride (Verazi)(e) 5 Nov 1766 Gian Francesco de Majo, Alessandro [nell'Indie] (Metastasio) 5 Nov 1768 Ignaz Holzbauer, Adriano in Siria (Metastasio) 5 Nov 1770 Niccolo Piccinni, Catone in Utica (Metastasio)(f) 5 Nov 1772 John Christian Bach, Temistocle (Metastasio, rev.
The Foa-Giordano collection in Turin, for example, was donated in 1927 and 1930, and includes besides Vivaldi, manuscripts by Stradella, Traetta, Marcello, Galuppi, Rameau, and others, as well as the famous sixteen books of sixteenth- and seventeenth-century German organ tablatures.