Domenico Zipoli

(1688 - 1726)

Italian composer. He studied with Giovanni Maria Casini in Florence (1707-9), Alessandro Scarlatti in Naples (1709), Lavinio Felice Vannucci in Bologna (1709), and Bernardo Pasquini in Rome (1709- 10). In 1715 he was appointed organist at the Jesuit church in Rome. His keyboard collection Sonate d'intavolatura was published there in 1716. He settled in Córdoba in 1717, and prepared to enter the priesthood by studying philosophy and theology. His other works include oratorios, Masses, and cantatas.

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