Antonio Maria Lucchini

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Antonio Maria Lucchini or Luchini (Venice, c. 1690 – Venice, before 1730) was an Italian librettist. His texts were set to music by Antonio Vivaldi, Baldassare Galuppi, Leonardo Vinci, and Rinaldo di Capua, among others.

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