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Giovanni Punto (born Jan Václav Stich) (September 28, 1746 in Žehušice, Bohemia – February 16, 1803 in Prague, Bohemia) was a Czech horn player (more correctly, he played the cor basse) and a pioneer of the hand-stopping technique which allows natural horns to play a greater number of notes. He was an international celebrity in the 18th and early 19th centuries, known in London, Paris, and throughout Germany.

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  • Fu una celebrità internazionale durante il XVIII e gli inizi del XIX secolo, conosciuto soprattutto a Londra, Parigi e nella Germania dell'epoca. Oggi è ampiamente considerato uno dei più importanti suonatori di corno (in particolare di corno basso) della storia.
  • Giovanni Punto (born Jan Václav Stich) (September 28, 1746 in Žehušice, Bohemia – February 16, 1803 in Prague, Bohemia) was a Czech horn player (more correctly, he played the cor basse) and a pioneer of the hand-stopping technique which allows natural horns to play a greater number of notes. He was an international celebrity in the 18th and early 19th centuries, known in London, Paris, and throughout Germany.
  • Giovanni Punto, eigentlich Johann Wenzel (Jan Václav) Stich, (* 28. September 1746 in Žehušice (deutsch Sehuschitz)/Caslav in Böhmen; † 16. Februar 1803 in Prag) war ein böhmischer Hornist, Violinist und Komponist.
  • Giovanni Punto, né Johann Wenzel (Jan Václav) Stich le 28 septembre 1746 à Žehušice (Caslav) en Bohême et mort le 16 février 1803 à Prague, est un compositeur, violoniste et corniste de Bohême. Après des études de cor à Prague, Munich et Dresde, il est durant trois ans aux services du comte Thun. Après cet engagement, il voyage aux frontières du Saint-Empire romain germanique. Il obtient des engagements à la cour du prince de Hechingen et du prince-évêque de Mayence, Emmerich Joseph von Breidbach zu Bürresheim (1769-74). En 1778, Mozart est impressionné par son jeu, après l'avoir entendu à Paris. En 1781, il rejoint la chapelle du prince-évêque de Würzburg et, un an plus tard, il entre au service du comte d'Artois à Paris. De 1789 à 1799, il réside à Konzertmeister au Théâtre des Variétés-
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