Francesco Cavalli

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Francesco Cavalli (14 February 1602 - 14 January 1676) was an Italian composer of the early Baroque period. His real name was Pietro Francesco Caletti-Bruni, but he is better known by that of Cavalli, the name of his patron Federico Cavalli, a Venetian nobleman.
Cavalli was born at Crema, Lombardy. He became a singer at St Mark's in Venice in 1616, second organist in 1639, first organist in 1665, and in 1668 maestro di cappella. He is chiefly remembered for his operas. He began to write for the stage in 1639 (Le nozze di Teti e di Peleo) soon after the first public opera house opened in Venice. He established so great a reputation that he was summoned to Paris from 1660 (he revived his opera Xerxes) until 1662, producing his Ercole amante. He died in Venice at the age of 73.
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1Piante ombrose

Opera: Calisto, LaComposer: CavalliAct:

Type: ariaVoice: sopranoLanguage: Italian

2Ah! non potrian resistere

Opera: Nozze Teti di PeleoComposer: CavalliAct:

Type: Voice: mezzoLanguage: Italian

3Va pur...Se non giovano

Opera: Calisto, LaComposer: CavalliAct:

Type: ariaVoice: baritoneLanguage: Italian

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