Antonio Salieri  (1750-1825)
Last updated: 19.08.20
According to The New Penguin Dictionary of Music, Antonio Salieri was an Italian composer who lived mainly in Vienna and died there: Ludwig van Beethoven and Franz Schubert were amongst his pupils. He intrigued against Wolfgang A. Mozart, but the idea (as expressed in Rimsky-Korsakov' opera "Mozart and Salieri") that he poisoned Mozart is false. Wrote mainly Italian operas (including a "Falstaff", after Shakespeare's "The Merry Wives of Windsor"), but also 6 Masses, a "Passion" oratorio in Italian, 2 piano concertos, etc.
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Arr./Editor: U.Hermann
Publisher: Heinrichshoven's Verlag (N03827)