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Antonio Caldara (1670 – 28 December 1736) was an Italian Baroque composer. Caldara was born in Venice (exact date unknown), the son of a violinist. He became a chorister at St Mark's in Venice, where he learned several instruments, probably under the instruction of Giovanni Legrenzi. In 1699 he relocated to Mantua, where he became maestro di cappella to the inept Charles IV, Duke of Mantua, a pensionary of France with a French wife, who took the French side in the War of the Spanish Succession. Caldara removed from Mantua in 1707, after the French were expelled from Italy, then moved on to Barcelona as chamber composer to Charles VI of Austria, the pretender to the Spanish throne who kept a royal court at Barcelona. There, he wrote some operas that are the first Italian operas performed in

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  • Antonio Caldara (* 1670 in Venedig; † 28. Dezember 1736 in Wien) war ein italienischer Cellist und Komponist. Er gehört zu den Komponisten des venezianischen Spätbarocks.
  • Antonio Caldara, (Venecia (1670) - Viena, 26 de diciembre de 1736) fue un prolífico compositor italiano, que trabajó inicialmente en Venecia y luego en Barcelona y en Austria.
  • Antonio CaldaraFichier:Antonio Caldara.jpg Antonio Caldara Antonio Caldara, né à Venise en 1670 et mort à Vienne (Autriche) le 28 décembre 1736, est un chanteur, violoncelliste et compositeur de musique baroque italien de la fin du XVIIe et du début du XVIIIe siècle. Considéré au XVIIIe siècle comme le plus grand compositeur italien, Caldara influença directement, de son vivant, Jean-Sébastien Bach, Heinichen et Telemann et, à travers son élève Georg von Reutter, Joseph Haydn et la formation du classicisme viennois.
  • È stato uno dei più noti compositori della sua epoca, applaudito sia come operista che come autore di musica oratoriale e sacra.
  • アントニオ・カルダーラ(Antonio Caldara, 1670年 ヴェネツィア - 1736年12月28日 ウィーン)はイタリア・バロック音楽の作曲家。歌劇と宗教曲の両面において重要。
  • Antonio Caldara (Venetië, 1670 - Wenen, 28 december 1736) was een Italiaans componist van barokmuziek.
  • Антонио Кальдара (итал. Antonio Caldara; 1670, Венеция — 28 декабря 1736, Вена) — итальянский композитор
  • Antonio Caldara (1670 – 28 December 1736) was an Italian Baroque composer. Caldara was born in Venice (exact date unknown), the son of a violinist. He became a chorister at St Mark's in Venice, where he learned several instruments, probably under the instruction of Giovanni Legrenzi. In 1699 he relocated to Mantua, where he became maestro di cappella to the inept Charles IV, Duke of Mantua, a pensionary of France with a French wife, who took the French side in the War of the Spanish Succession. Caldara removed from Mantua in 1707, after the French were expelled from Italy, then moved on to Barcelona as chamber composer to Charles VI of Austria, the pretender to the Spanish throne who kept a royal court at Barcelona. There, he wrote some operas that are the first Italian operas performed in
  • Antonio Caldara (ur. 1670 lub 1671, zm. 26 grudnia 1736) - włoski kompozytor barokowy. Urodził się w Wenecji (dokładna data urodzenia jest nieznana), jako syn skrzypka. Został chórzystą w Bazylice św. Marka. Tam też pobierał naukę gry na kilku instrumentach, prawdopodobnie pod okiem Giovanniego Legrenziego. W 1699 przeniósł się do Mantui, gdzie otrzymał posadę książęcego maestro di cappella. Pozostawał tam aż do 1707, kiedy to został kompozytorem na dworze Karola VI Habsburga w Barcelonie. W trakcie pobytu w Hiszpanii napisał kilka oper. Następnie przeniósł się do Rzymu, zostając maestro di cappella u księcia Ruspoli. Stworzył wtedy La costanza in amor vince l'inganno dla teatru w Maceracie. W 1716 otrzymał podobną posadę w Wiedniu, gdzie pozostał aż do śmierci w 1736.
  • Antonio Caldara (Veneza, 1670 — Viena, 26 de dezembro 1736) foi um compositor italiano do período barroco, conhecido como compositor de óperas, cantatas e oratórios. Várias das suas obras têm libretto de Metastasio. Caldara nasceu em Veneza em data desconhecida, numa família de músicos. Seu primeiro professor foi seu pai, Giuseppe, que foi violinista. Aos onze anos, estudou sob a direcção de Giovanni Legrenzi onde foi corista na Catedral de San Marco em Veneza, onde aprendeu vários instrumentos. Em 1699 mudou-se para Mântua, onde se tornou Mestre di cappella Charles IV, Duque de Mântua.
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