Pietro Andrea Ziani

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Pietro Andrea Ziani (1616 in Venice – 1684 in Naples) was an Italian organist and composer.[1] He was the uncle of Marc'Antonio Ziani. Beginning in 1669, he was the organist at St Mark's Basilica and later moved on to serve Eleonor Magdalene of Neuburg in Vienna.[2] His works included "L'Assalone punito" (1667) and the operas "La ricreazione burlesca" (1663), "L'invidia conculcata della virtù, merito, virtù, merito, valore di Leopoldo imperatore" (1664), "Cloridea" (1665), "Circe" (1665), "L'Elice" (1666) and "La Galatea" (1667).


  • "L'Assalone punito" Il Complesso Barocco, Alan Curtis. Symphonia 2001.


  1. ^ Rappresentazione sacra: geistliches Musikdrama am Wiener Kaiserhof Richard Bletschacher - 1985 PIETRO ANDREA ZIANI Wurde am 21. 12. 1616 in Venedig getauft. Er studierte vermutlich in seiner Vaterstadt und ... und „L'Assalone punito" (1667) und die Opern „La ricreazione burlesca" (1663), „L'invidia conculcata della virtù, merito, valore di Leopoldo imperatore" (1664), „Cloridea " (1665), „Circe" (1665), „L'Elice" (1666) und „La Galatea" (1667).
  2. ^ Slonimsky, Nicolas (1978). "Ziani, Pietro Andrea". Baker's Biographical dictionary of musicians (6th ed.). New York: Schirmer Books. p. 1945. ISBN 0-02-870240-9. 
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