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Piccinni, Niccolò, 1728-1800

LC control no.n 81084049
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LC classificationML410.P58 Biography
Personal name headingPiccinni, Niccolò, 1728-1800
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Variant(s)Pichchini, Nikkolo, 1728-1800
Piccini, signor, 1728-1800
Piccini, Niccolò, 1728-1800
Piccini, Nicolò, 1728-1800
Piccinni, M., 1728-1800
Piccini, M., 1728-1800
Piccinni, Nicola, 1728-1800
Piccinni, Nicolas, 1728-1800
Piccini, Nicola, 1728-1800
Piccinni, Vito Niccolò, 1728-1800
Piccinni, Niccolì, 1728-1800
Biography/History noteNiccolò Piccinni (1728-1800) was an Italian composer who wrote over 100 operas. He is credited with introducing the multi-movement finale. He was one of the most successful and prolific composers of his time, and dominated the stage in Naples for most of the the 1760s.
Birth date1728-01-16
Death date1800-05-07
Place of birthBari, Italy
Place of deathParis, France
Field of activityComposition (Music)
Profession or occupationComposers
Found inHis La schiava, 1772: t.p. (signor Piccini)
His Six canzonets for two voices with an accompaniment for a piano forte, 1775?: t.p. (Niccolo Piccini)
His The songs in La buona figliuola, 1770?: t.p. (Nicolo Piccini)
His Roland, 1778?: t.p. (M. Piccinni)
His Pénélope, 1785?: t.p. (M. Piccini)
His Concerto di flauto traverso, c1981: t.p. (Nicola Piccinni)
Ginguené, P.L. Notice sur la vie et les ouvrages de Nicolas Piccinni, an 9, 1800 or 1801.
His Atys, 1991: CIP t.p. (Niccolò Piccinni) introd. (Noccolò, or Nicola, Marcello Antonio Giacomo Piccinni (or Piccini))
Grove music online, June 5, 2007 (under Piccinni: (Vito) Niccolò (Nicola) (Marcello Antonio Giacomo) Piccinni (Piccini); b. Jan. 16, 1728, Bari, d. May 7, 1800, Passy, near Paris)
BL database, 2 Sept. 2008 (hdg.: Piccinni, Niccolì, 1728-1800)
Oxford Music Online, viewed 13 Dec. 2012 (Italian of the most successful and prolific composers...wrote over 100 operas...credited with introducing the multi-movement finale...dominated the stage in Naples for most of the 1760s)