Antonio Calegari

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Antonio Calegari (Padua, 17 February 1757 - 22 or 28 July 1828) was an Italian classical composer. His oratorio La risurrezione di Lazzaro 1779, was recorded under Filippo Maria Bressan in 2000.[1]

He is to be distinguished from three other composers called Calegari from Padua; Father Francesco Antonio Calegari (d.1742), and Giuseppe Calegari, composer of a Betulia liberata (1771).[2] and his own nephew Luigi Antonio Calegari.

Another contemporary of the same name, Antonio Calegari [it], was born in Brescia in 1699 and died on July 15, 1777.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Harvard biographical dictionary of music Don Michael Randel - 1996 "Calegari, Antonio (b. Padua, 17 Feb. 1757; d. there, 22 or 28 July 1 828)."
  2. ^ Francesco Antonio Calegari (d. 1742): music theorist and composer Walter William Schurr - 1972
  3. ^ Supplemento alla Serie dei trecento elogi e ritratti degli uomini i più illustri in Pittura , Scultura, e Architettura. by Pellegrino Antonio Orlandi, published by Stamperia Allegrini, Pisoni, e comp, Florence (1776); column 1365.