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Antonio Lotti

??-1667 (Venezia) - 5 jan 1740 (Venezia)
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  Links:
  • Catholic encyclopedia - Biography from the Catholic Encyclopedia noting his accomplishments as organist, teacher, and creator of operas and religious works.
  • Classical Net - Composers - Lotti - Biography, recordings, and modern editions.
  • HOASM - Biography with links to teachers, pupils, and related material from the Here Of A Sunday Morning radio program.
  • Recmusic.org (songtexts) - Listing at The Lied and Art Song Texts Page with Latin lyrics and English and other translations.
  • Sojurn - Biography from the Sojurn pages of Timothy A. Smith with internal links to related people and topics.
  • Antonio Lotti - Biographical sketch emphasizing his output, particularly his music's influence upon the success of the female choir Ospedale degli Incurabili.
  • Antonio Lotti - Detailed biography and summary of his musical career and output from the All Music Guide.
  • Antonio Lotti - Brief comments on his life and works from the Classical Composers Database.
  • Antonio Lotti - Detailed biography and summary of his musical career and output from the All Music Guide.
  • Baroque Composers: Antonio Lotti - Biography and summary of works by James Sanderson.

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