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Antonio Caldara
1670 - 1736
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A. Caldara
Antonio Caldara (1670 - 28/12/1736), an Italian composer; born and died in Venice. He studied under Legrenzi. In 1716 appointed as vice-conductor at the imperial court in Vienna by the Emperor Charles IV.
Source: Grove’s dictionary of music and musicians
Dies irae in F major
Musical form:motet
Text/libretto:Thomas de Celano (1190 - c.1255)
Label(s):Panton 81 1361-2231
Accent ACC 24349
This requiem fragment is for 2 soprano solo, alto solo, 2 tenor solo, bass solo, mixed choir-SSATB, 2 trumpet, strings, basso continuo.

♫ Dies irae - Oro supplex
© Accent ACC 24349