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Francesco Gasparini (19 March 1661 – 22 March 1727) was an Italian Baroque composer and teacher whose works were performed throughout Italy, and also on occasion in Germany and England. Born in Camaiore, near Lucca, he studied in Rome with Corelli and Pasquini. His first important opera, Roderico (1694), was produced there. In 1702 he went to Venice and became one of the leading composers in the city. In 1720 he returned to Rome for his last important work, Tigrane (1724). He wrote the first opera using the story of Hamlet (Ambleto, 1705) though this was not based on Shakespeare's play.

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  • Francesco Gasparini (* 19. März 1661 in Camaiore bei Lucca, Toskana; † 22. März 1727 in Rom) war ein italienischer Komponist des Barock.
  • Francesco Gasparini (19 March 1661 – 22 March 1727) was an Italian Baroque composer and teacher whose works were performed throughout Italy, and also on occasion in Germany and England. Born in Camaiore, near Lucca, he studied in Rome with Corelli and Pasquini. His first important opera, Roderico (1694), was produced there. In 1702 he went to Venice and became one of the leading composers in the city. In 1720 he returned to Rome for his last important work, Tigrane (1724). He wrote the first opera using the story of Hamlet (Ambleto, 1705) though this was not based on Shakespeare's play.
  • Francesco Gasparini (Camaiore, 19 mars 1661 - Rome, 22 février 1727) était un compositeur et professeur de musique italien de l'époque baroque. Il était le directeur du Pio Ospedale della Pietà, où était employé Antonio Vivaldi.
  • Francesco Gasparini (Camaiore, Gran Ducado de Toscana, 19 de marzo de 1661 — † Roma, Estados Pontificios, 22 de marzo de 1727) fue un compositor italiano del Barroco.
  • Francesco Gasparini (Camaiore, bij Lucca, 5 maart 1668 - Rome, 22 maart 1727) was een Italiaans componist.
  • Francesco Gasparini (ur. 19 marca 1661 Camaiore – zm. 22 marca 1727 Rzym) – włoski kompozytor epoki baroku, autor przeszło 60 oper. Urodził się w Camaiore koło Lukki. Mając 25 lat mieszkał i prawdopodobnie studiował w Wenecji u Legrenziego. Od 1689 przebywał i studiował w Rzymie u Corelliego i Pasquiniego. Był członkiem Accademia di Santa Cecilia. W Rzymie powstała jego pierwsza ważna opera Roderico (1694) oraz zbiór kantat (1695). W 1702 powrócił do Wenecji i stał się jednym ze znaczniejszych kompozytorów w mieście. W 1720 znowu wrócił do Rzymu aby napisać swoje ostatnie dzieło Tigrane (1724).
  • Франческо Гаспарини (итал. Francesco Gasparini; 5 марта 1668, Камайоре близ Лукки — 22 марта 1727, Рим) — итальянский композитор эпохи барокко.
  • フランチェスコ・ガスパリーニ(Francesco Gasparini、1668年 - 1727年)は、イタリア、カマイオーレ出身の作曲者。
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