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  1. Antonio Salieri and Viennese Opera by John A. Rice, 1999-04-15
  2. Maligned Master: The Real Story of Antonio Salieri by Volkmar Braunbehrens, 1994-03
  3. Les Horaces: Tragédie-Lyrique, En Trois Actes, Mêlée D'intermedes. Représenté Devant Leurs Majestés À Fontainebleau, Le 2 Novembre 1786 (French Edition) by Antonio Salieri, 2010-03-16
  4. Salieri: Ein Musiker im Schatten Mozarts? : eine Biographie by Volkmar Braunbehrens, 1992
  5. Salieri, ein Musiker im Schatten Mozarts (German Edition) by Volkmar Braunbehrens, 1989
  6. LA Cour Et L'Opera Sous Louis XVI: Marie-Antoinette Et Sacchini, Salieri, Favart Et Gluck, D'Apres Des Documents Inedits Conserves Aux Archives De L'Etat ... Theatre in France in 17th & 18the Centuries) by Adolphe Lullien, 1976-12
  7. People From the Province of Verona: Antonio Salieri
  8. Operas by Antonio Salieri: Les Danaïdes, Europa Riconosciuta, List of Operas by Salieri, Falstaff, Der Rauchfangkehrer, La Cifra
  9. Naissance Dans La Province de Vérone: Antonio Salieri, Carlo Zinelli, Riccardo Meggiorini, Pietro Guerra, Fabio Testi, Sara Simeoni (French Edition)
  12. Antonio Salieri: Mass in d Major (Recent Researches in Music of the Classic Era Series, Vol. Rrc39) by Antonio Salieri, 1994-06
  13. C39P Instrumental Parts (set of 10), Antonio Salieri: Mass in D Major by Antonio Salieri, 1994
  14. C39KV, Keyboard/Vocal Parts (set of 1), Antonio Salieri: Mass in D Major by Antonio Salieri, 1994

1. ÖBL-Biographie: Antonio Salieri
Biographie Antonio Salieri, Komponist, Kapellmeister und Musiklehrer (17501825) Fondazione A. Salieri salieri antonio, Komponist, Kapellmeister und Musiklehrer.
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Antonio Salieri, Antonio Salieri (Legnago 18/08/1750 Wien 27/05/1825) wasa musician, a componist and a preceptor. G. Magnani, Antonio Salieri , 1934.
Antonio Salieri
Antonio Salieri (Legnago 18/08/1750 - Wien 27/05/1825) was a musician, a componist and a preceptor.
He studied the violin with his brother Francesco and the harpsichord and the organ with Simoni, an organist of the town village. At the age of 15 he went to Venice under the patronage of the Mocenigo family: he studied singing with Pacini and composition with Pescetti. There he met L. Gassman, a chapel-master, who brought him to Wien , took care of him and gave him a good musical and literary education.
He became court composer and conductor of the imperial theatre after Gassman in 1774.
He travelled a lot, for example he was in Milan where he partecipated in the opening of the Theatre Alla Scala (1778) with the work "Europa Riconosciuta". Owing to the collaboration with the musician Gluck he composed his masterpiece "Les Danaides" (1784). In 1788 he succeeded to Bonno as chapel-master. He was President of the Tonkunstler Societat (a society of musicians' widows and orphans founded by Gassman in 1771) until 1818.
In 1801 he was in Trieste for the opening of the Teatro all'Opera. He was a member of important German and French societies (he was Chevalier of the French Legion of Honour too), he was awarded a gold medal for civic valour on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of his stay in Wien.

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5. Salieri Antonio, Komponist, Kapellmeister Und Musiklehrer
Salieri W.: Konzert für Violine, Oboe und Violoncello, 1770; La fiera di Venezia, 1772 (Oper); Orgelkonzert, 1773; 2 Klavierkonzerte, 1773; Konzert für Flöte und Oboe, 1774; Flötenkonzert, 1777; L'Europa riconosciuta, 1778, La grotta di Trofonio, 1785, Les Horaces, 1786, Falstaff ossia Le tre burle, 1799 (alle Opern); Der Rauchfangkehrer, 1781 (dt. Singspiel); Ballettmusik; 15 Chöre; Divertimenti; 150 Gesangstücke (Cavatinen, Lieder etc.); 14 Graduale; 9 Hymnen; 17 Introitus; Kammermusik; 157 Kanons; 13 Kantaten; 2 Litaneien; Märsche; 6 Messen; 6 Motetten; 31 Offertorien; insgesamt 44 Opern; 4 Oratorien; 9 Psalmen; 2 Requiem; Serenaden; Symphonien; 164 Vokalkompositionen für 2 bis 6 Stimmen; etc. L.: ADB; Enc. dello spettacolo; Groner; Grove, 1980; MGG; Riemann, 12. Aufl.; Wurzbach; I. F. v. Mosel, Ueber das Leben und die Werke des A. S., 1827; A. v. Hermann, A. S., 1897; R. Nützlader, S. als Kirchenmusiker, phil. Diss. Wien, 1924; G. Magnani, A. S., 1934; A. della Corte, Un italiano all'estero. A. S., 1936; R. Angermüller, A. S., 1-3, 1971-74; E. E. Swenson, A. S., phil. Diss. Ithaca, N.Y., 1974; R. Angermüller, A. S., 1985 (mit Werks- und Literaturverzeichnis sowie Ausg. der Briefe und Schriften). (R. Angermüller)

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Salieri studied violin and harpsichord with his brother Francesco, and violin with the Legnago organist Giuseppe Simonie. After becoming orphaned in 1765, he was taken to Venice, where he studied thoroughbass with Giovanni Pescetti, the deputy maestro di cappella of St. Mark's, and singing with Ferdinando Pacini, a tenor there. In 1766 Florian Gassmann took him to Vienna, where he continued his studies and met Metastasio and Gluck . There his Armida (1771) was a great success. After Gassmann's death in 1774, Salieri became court composer and conductor of the Italian opera; in 1788 he succeeded Giuseppe Bonno as court Kapellmeister. Tarare (1787); the opera was subsequently recomposed and the libretto translated by Da Ponte for a 1788 production at the Vienna Burgtheater under the title Axur Re d'Ormus. From 1788 to 1804 Salieri wrote sixteen operas, of which only Palmira, Regina di Persia (1795) had international success. He cited a distaste with modern trends for his abandonment of dramatic music after 1804. After the death of Joseph II in 1790, he successfully petitioned Leopold II for his release from the direction of the opera, although he retained his post as court Kapellmeister.

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Antonio Salieri
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Antonio Salieri August 18 May 7 ), born in Legnano Italy , was a composer Salieri was an Italian composer and conductor who received considerable public acclaim in his day. After displaying exceptional musical talent as a child during his training, he was invited in to attend the court of Vienna . He remained in Vienna for the remainder of his life, and in was appointed the court composer, a position he retained until During his time in Vienna he acquired great prestige as a composer and conductor, particularly of opera , and also of chamber and sacred music . The most successful of his 43 operas were Les Danaïdes ) and Tarare He attained an elevated social standing, and frequently associated with other celebrated composers such as

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Classical Music Pages article from The Grove Concise Dictionary of Music, including links to pupils Category Arts Music Composition Composers S salieri, antonio......Epoch Classic Country Austria. antonio salieri (1750 1825 ). Detailed Informationabout. Picture Gallery; List of Works; Bibliography. Introduction.
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Introduction (born Legnano, 18 August 1750; died Vienna, 7 May 1825). He studied with Gassmann and others in Vienna, and also knew Gluck (who became his patron) and Metastasio. In 1774 he succeeded Gassmann as court composer and conductor of the Italian opera; from 1788 he was also court Kapellmeister. He made his reputation as a stage composer, writing operas for Vienna from 1768 and presenting several in Italy, 1778-80. Later he dominated Parisian opera with three works of 1784-7; Tarare (1787), his greatest success, established him as Gluck's heir. In 1790 he gave up his duties at the Italian opera. As his style became old-fashioned his works lost favour, and he composed relatively little after 1804, but he remained a central and influential figure in Viennese musical Iife. His many pupils included Beethoven Schubert and Liszt . There is little evidence of any intrigues against Mozart , still less of the charge of poisoning.

16. Salieri, Antonio (1750 - 1825)
Brief biography and caricature with summaries of operas, vocal and choral, instrumental, orchestral, Category Arts Music Composition Composers S salieri, antonio......salieri, antonio (1750 1825). Thanks to death. antonio salieri occupieda position of great importance in the music of Vienna. From
Salieri, Antonio (1750 - 1825)
Thanks to Pushkin and Rimsky-Korsakov, as well as Shaffer and the film Amadeus, Salieri has been cast as the villain in the tragedy of Mozart's early death. Antonio Salieri occupied a position of great importance in the music of Vienna. From 1774 he was court composer and conductor of the Italian opera, serving as court Kapellmeister from 1788 until 1824. Born in Legnago, he was brought as a boy to Vienna by Florian Gassmann, his predecessor as court Kapellmeister who supervised his musical training and education. He owed much to the influence and patronage of Gluck, to whom he seemed a natural successor in the field of opera. He won similar success to the latter also in Paris with his operas for the French stage. His pupils included Beethoven and Schubert, Czerny, Hummel, Moscheles and one of Mozart's sons. He was a prolific composer, principally in vocal music of all kinds. Operas Recommended Recording Overtures
Marco Polo 8.223381 Vocal and Choral Music Salieri wrote a quantity of church music, as well as oratorios. He left still more secular vocal music, ranging from cantatas and choruses to duets and solo arias.

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Biographical data, recommended CDs, books and sheet music, bibliography, and links to biographical Category Arts Music Composition Composers S salieri, antonio......salieri, antonio salieri, antonio. Period Classic. Born Tuesday, August18, 1750 in Verona, Italy. Died Saturday, May 7, 1825 in Vienna, Austria.
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Salieri, Antonio
Period: Classic
Born: Tuesday, August 18, 1750 in Verona, Italy
Died: Saturday, May 7, 1825 in Vienna, Austria
Nation of Origin: Italy
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Salieri gave music lessons to such high-profile composers as Beethoven, Schubert, and Liszt.
General Bibliography: Blume, Friedrich, with Norton, M. D. (Translator) and Norton, Herter (Translator), Classic and Romantic Music; A Comprehensive Survey, Kennedy, Michael, The Oxford Dictionary of Music, Oxford University Press, 2nd Edition, 1997, ISBN: 0198691629 Rosen, Charles, The Classical Style : Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Sadie, Stanley and Tyrrell, John; Editors, The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, Groves Dictionaries, Inc., January 2001, ISBN: 1561592390 Slonimsky, Nicolas and Kuhn, Laura; Editors, Baker's Biographical Dictionary of Musicians, Gale Group, December 2000, ISBN: 0028655257 Links to essays at other sites: The Classical Style: Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven

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(operone) Biografische Daten zum Komponisten, Listung der Opern.
Salieri, Antonio
* 18. Aug. 1750 in Legnano
† 7. Mai 1825 in Wien Dank der Förderung einer einflußreichen venezianischen Familie konnte er ab 1765 an der Musikschule der Kapelle von San Marco studieren. In Venedig traf er auf den kaiserlichen Kapellmeister Joseph II. von Österreich, Florian Leopold Gassmann. Dieser nahm ihn mit nach Wien, damit er dort seine musikalische Ausbildung fortsetzen konnte. Antonio Salieri erwies sich als begabter Dirigent und leitete die Proben für Opernaufführungen am Hoftheater. Dabei erwarb er sich die Gunst eines weiteren Förderers, Christoph Willibald Gluck. Mit 20 Jahren komponierte Salieri seine erste Opera buffa mit dem Titel Le donne letterate
Nach dem Tod von Gassmann im Jahre 1774 übernahm Antonio Salieri dessen Stelle als Kammerkompositeur und Kapellmeister der italienischen Oper.
Nach seinen ersten Erfolgen in Wien zog es ihn kurzzeitig zurück nach Italien. Dort erhielt er 1778 den Auftrag, mit der Opera seria L'Europa riconosciuta die erste Spielzeit der gerade erbauten Mailänder Scala zu eröffnen. Nach seiner Rückkehr aus Italien beauftragte ihn Joseph II. mit der Komposition eines Singspiels ( Der Rauchfangkehrer , 1781) für seine Abteilung "Teutsches Singspiel" am Burgtheater.

was a personal law; it applied only to the Salian Franks
was a personal law; it applied only to the Salian Franks. As the Salians, however, were the victorious race, the law acquired an authority in excess of the other barbarian laws, and in the additions made to the Ripuarian, Lombard, and other allied laws, the Carolingians endeavoured to bring these laws into harmony with the Salic Law. Moreover, many persons, even of foreign race, declared themselves willing to live under the Salic Law. The principle of personality, however, gradually gave way to that of territoriality; and in every district, at least north of the Loire, customs were formed in which were combined in varying proportions Roman law, ecclesiastical law and the various Germanic laws. So late as the 10th and 11th centuries we find certain texts invoking the Salic Law, but only in a vague and general way; and it would be rash to conclude from this that the Salic Law was still in force. The Lex Ripuaria was the law of the Ripuarian Franks, who dwelt between the Meuse and the Rhine, and whose centre was Cologne. We have no ancient MSS. of the law of the Ripuarians; the 35 MSS. we possess, as well as those now lost which served as the basis of the old editions, do not go back beyond the time of Charlemagne (end of 8th century and 9th century). In all these MSS. the text is identical, but it is a revised text—in other words, we have only a lex emend ala. There is an edition of the text of the Ripuarian Law in Mon. Gee. hist. Leges (1883), v. 185 seq. by R. Sohm, who also brought out a separate edition in 1885 for the use of schools. For further information see the prefaces to Sohm’s editions; Ernst Mayer, Zur Enfstehung der Lex Ribuariorum (Munich, 1886); Julius Ficker

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Lehrer Beethovens, Schuberts und Liszts. Der italienische Opernkomponist, am 18. August in Legnano bei Verona geboren, kam in jungen Jahren nach Wien und wurde dort von Gluck gefördert. Im Karneval debütierte er mit der Oper "L´amour innocente" am Hoftheater und wurde zwei Jahre später Hofkomponist und Dirigent. komponierte er das "Te Deum" zur Krönung von Kaiser Franz II. . Kurz nach seinem 50jährigen Jubiläum im Wiener Hofdienst starb er am 7. Mai . Bei der Beerdigungsfeier wurde sein eigenes Requiem gespielt. Er war in Wien Lehrer von Beethoven , Schubert und Liszt.

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