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Luigi Antonio Calegari

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Name  Luigi Calegari
Role  Composer
Died  1849, Venice, Italy

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Luigi Antonio Calegari (1780–1849) was an Italian opera composer, born in Padua. He was nephew of Antonio Calegari (1757–1828) and possibly related to other composers in the Padua Calegari family; Father Francesco Antonio Calegari (1656–1742), and Giuseppe Calegari, composer of a Betulia liberata (1771). He died in Venice.

Operas

  • Il matrimonio scoperto ossia Le polpette (1804, Padua)
  • Erminia (1805, Venice)
  • La serenata (1806, Padua)
  • Amor soldato (1807, Padua)
  • Irene e Filandro (1808, Venice)
  • La giardiniera (1808, Rome)
  • Raoul di Crequi (1808, Padua)
  • Il prigioniero (1810, Venice)
  • Omaggio del cuore (1815, Piacenza)
  • Saul (1821, Venice) - inspired by the oratorio of Vittorio Alfieri.
  • References

    Luigi Antonio Calegari Wikipedia


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