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Clementi, Muzio [Clementi, Mutius Philippus Vincentius Franciscus Xaverius]locked

  • Alan Tyson
  •  and Leon Plantinga

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(b Rome, Jan 23, 1752; d Evesham, Worcs., March 10, 1832). English composer, keyboard player and teacher, music publisher and piano manufacturer of Italian birth.

The oldest of seven children of Nicolo Clementi (1720–89), a silversmith, and Magdalena, née Kaiser, Clementi began studies in music in Rome at a very early age; his teachers were Antonio Boroni (...

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