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Cimador [Cimadoro], Giambattista [Giovanni Battista; J.B.locked

  • Rodney Slatford
  •  and Marita P. McClymonds

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(b Venice, 1761; d Bath, Feb 27, 1805). Italian composer, singer, violinist and music publisher. Born of a noble family, he studied the violin, cello and piano. In 1789 his Ati e Cibele, a favola per musica in two short scenes, was performed in Venice. This was soon followed by ...

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