Antonio Bertali  (1605-1669)
Last updated: 03.08.18
According to the notes given in Sonatella For Five Recorders and Continuo, Antonio Bertali was born in Venice in 1605 and died in Vienna in 1669. He was court composer and master of the chapel to the Emperor of Austria, and he also worked for the Episcopal court at Kremsier in Moravia, in the music archive of which a large number of instrumental works by the same composer are still preserved. Antonio Bertali enjoyed considerable fame in several countries, especially as a composer of operas and ballets
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Recorder Sheet Music
6026160.gifSonatella (D/D/A/T(A)/B(T)) (6026160)
Score. 14 pages.
and Parts. This edition: OFB1018.
Arr./Editor: Ernst Meyer
Publisher: Schott & Co. Ltd. (49011181)