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Rosetti, Antonio, approximately 1750-1792

LC control no.n 81058965
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LC classificationML410.R73 Biography
Personal name headingRosetti, Antonio, approximately 1750-1792
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Variant(s)Resler-Roseti, Frantishek Antonin, approximately 1750-1792
Roessler, Franz Anton, approximately 1750-1792
Roseti, Frantishek Antonin Resler, approximately 1750-1792
Rosetti, A. (Antonio), approximately 1750-1792
Rosetti, Anton, 1746-1792
Rosetti, Anton, approximately 1750-1792
Rosetti, Antonín, approximately 1750-1792
Rosetti, Antonio, ca. 1750-1792
Rosetti, F. A. (Francesco Antonio), approximately 1750-1792
Rosetti, F. (Francesco), 1750-1792
Rosetti, Francesco Antonio, approximately 1750-1792
Rosetti, František Antonín, approximately 1750-1792
Rosetti, Franz Anton, approximately 1750-1792
Rosety, Franz Anton, approximately 1750-1792
Rösler, Anton, approximately 1750-1792
Rösler, Antonio, approximately 1750-1792
Rösler, Franz Anton, approximately 1750-1792
Rösler-Rosetti, Franz Anton, approximately 1750-1792
Rosseti, F. (Francesco), 1750-1792
Rossetti, Antonio, approximately 1750-1792
Rossetti, Francesco Antonio, approximately 1750-1792
Rössler, Anton, approximately 1750-1792
Rössler, František Antonín, approximately 1750-1792
Rössler, Franz Anton, approximately 1750-1792
Rössler-Rosetti, Antonín, 1750-1792
Rössler-Rosetti, František Antonín, approximately 1750-1792
Birth date1750~
Death date1792
Special noteThematic-index numbers used in uniform titles for the instrumental music of this composer are those given in S.E. Murray The music of Antonio Rosetti (Anton Rösler) ca. 1750-1792, 1996, e.g. [Concertos, horns (2), orchestra, M. C56, F major], suffixes (Q, D, and S) used to define the work's authenticity are not added to the number
Found inConcerto for French horn and orchestra, 1942.
New Grove (Rosetti (Rösler, Rosety, Rossetti, Rössler), (Francesco) Antonio (Franz Anton, František Antonín) b. ca. 1750 in Litoměřice; d. 6/30/1792 in Ludwigslust; Bohemian composer and double bass player)
Baker's, 6th ed. (Rosetti, Francesco Antonio; for many years Rosetti was confused with a Bohemian cobbler named Rösler, who was born in Niemes in 1746 and whose date of birth was erroneously listed as that of Rosetti)
Concerto in D for oboe and piano, c1981: t.p. (F.A. Rosetti) p. 1 of part (Franz Anton Roessler) caption (Francesco Antonio Rosetti)
Concerto no. 2 in E flat major for French horn and orchestra, p1985: label (František Antonin Rössler-Rosetti) container (Frantishek Antonin Resler-Roseti)
Romanze für Oboe und Orchester, c1992: t.p. (A. Rosetti) t.p. verso (Francesco Antonio Rosetti (actually Frantisek Antonin Rössler))
Konzert für Oboe (Flöte) und Orchester F-Dur, c1982: t.p. (Franz Anton Rösler-Rosetti) cover (Antonio Rosetti (Rösler))
The music of Antonio Rosetti (Anton Rösler) ... 1996.
Rosetti, A. Konzert Es dur pro klarinet a orchestr, c2003: t.p. (Antonín Rössler-Rosetti)
New Grove, 2nd ed. : (Rosetti [Rösler, Rössler], Antonio [Anton]; in documenting his marriage in 1777, the Wallerstein parish records identified him as a court musician from Leitmeritz, Bohemia, but the parish registers there record no birth of an Anton Rösler in 1750, leading some scholars to suggest that the composer was a Franciscus Xaverius Antonius Rössler born on 25 October 1746 in Niemes (now Mimoň), Bohemia; this Rössler, however, was throughout his life a shoemaker in Niemes, where he died on 11 June 1779; some time before 1773 Rosetti adopted the Italian form of his name, and he thereafter consistently referred to himself as Antonio Rosetti)
Respighi, O. Zakat solnt︠s︡a [SR] 196-?: label (F. Rosseti) container (F. Rosetti)