Antonio Pampani

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Antonio Gaetano Pampani (c. 1705–1775) was a Venetian composer. He was chapel master to the conservatory of the Chiesa dell'Ospedaletto.[1]

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  1. ^ The Quarterly musical magazine and review: Volume 6 Richard Mackenzie Bacon 1824 "Antonio Gaetano Pampani, of Roniagna, was chapel master during twenty years to the conservatory of L'Ospadaletto. At the opening of his musical career he promised much; but he soon adopted a noisy and violent style, so little consonant .."