GIOVANNI CARLO MARIA
See also:Italian musical composer,
See also:master at Pistoia, was
See also:born at Pisa about the
See also:year 1669 . The
See also:time of his
See also:death is unknown . He was the most celebrated
See also:pupil of Colonna, chapel-master of S . Petronio, at Bologna . He became
See also:maestro di cappella at Pistoia about 1712, at Bologna in 1720, and at Pisa in 1736 . He is supposed to have died about 1745 . The
See also:works by which
See also:Clari distinguished himself pre-eminently are his vocal duets and trios, with a basso continuo, published between 1740 and 1747 . These compositions, which combine graceful melody with contrapuntal learning, were much admired by Cherubini . They appear to have been admired by
See also:Handel also, since he did not hesitate to make appropriations from them . Clari composed one
See also:opera, Il Savio delirante, produced at Bologna in 1695, and a large quantity of
See also:music, several specimens of which were printed in
See also:Fitzwilliam Music .
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