Tomaso Antonio Vitali

Classical composer. Born 7 March 1663. Died 9 May 1745
Tomaso Antonio Vitali
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1663-03-07
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Tomaso Antonio Vitali

Tomaso Antonio Vitali Biography (Wikipedia)

Tomaso Antonio Vitali (March 7, 1663 – May 9, 1745) was an Italian composer and violinist from Bologna, the eldest son of Giovanni Battista Vitali. He is known mainly for a chaconne in G minor for violin and continuo, which was published from a manuscript in the Sächsische Landesbibliothek in Dresden in Die Hoch Schule des Violinspiels (1867) edited by German violinist Ferdinand David). That work's wide-ranging modulations into distant keys have raised speculation that it could not be a genuine baroque work.

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Chaconne in G minor
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Chaconne in G minor
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