PIETRO DOMENICO PARADISI

CLASSICAL COMPOSERS / CLASSICAL MUSICIANS - ITALY


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Pietro Domenico Paradisi

DESCRIPTION: Pietro Domenico Paradisi (1707 - 1791) was an Italian composer, harpsichordist and music teacher most prominently known for his composition titled "Toccata in A".

ACTIVITY STATUS: Departed

ACTIVITY PERIOD: 18th Century

MUSIC GENRE: Classical

COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: ITALY

MAIN INSTRUMENT: Harpsichord

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WIKIPEDIA PAGE: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pietro_Domenico_Paradisi


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