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Paër, Ferdinando, 1771-1839

LC control no.n 83056664
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationML410.P1176 Biography
Personal name headingPaër, Ferdinando, 1771-1839
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Variant(s)Per, Fernando, 1771-1839
Për, Ferdinando, 1771-1839
Pär, Ferdinando, 1771-1839
Pär, F. (Ferdinando), 1771-1839
Paer, F. (Ferdinando), 1771-1839
Paer, 1771-1839
Per, 1771-1839
Paer, Signor (Ferdinando), 1771-1839
Paër, E., 1771-1839
Paer, Ferdinand, 1771-1839
Paer, M. (Ferdinando), 1771-1839
Paër, Fd. (Ferdinando), 1771-1839
Paër, Ferd. (Ferdinando), 1771-1839
Birth date1771-07-01
Death date1839-05-03
Place of birthParma (Italy)
Place of deathParis (France)
Profession or occupationComposers
Found inHis Agnese, 18--: t.p. (Ferdinando Për) [info. from InU]
His La virtù al cimento, 18--: t.p. (Ferd: Pär) [info. from InU]
His La Sofonisba, 1796?: t.p. (Ferdinando Per) [info. from InU]
His Sargino, 1803?: t.p. (F. Pär) [info. from InU]
His Overture de l'opéra seria: Pirro, 1814?: (F. Paer) [info. from InU]
His O dolce concento, 181-?: t.p. (Paër) [info. from InU]
His Dolce dell anima, 18--: t.p. (Paer) [info. from InU]
His Griselda, 180-?: t.p. (Per) [info. from InU]
His Partizione della Camilla, 18--: t.p. (Sir. Paër) [info. from InU]
His Agnese, 1819?: t.p. (E. Paër) [info. from InU]
His Camilla, 1801: t.p. (Ferdinand Paer) [info. from InU]
His Un caprice de femme, 1834: t.p. (M. Paer) [info. from InU]
Paër, F. Ulisse e Penélope, 1820?: t.p. (Fd. Paër)
Paër, F. Serenata à quattro voci ... 1813?: cover (Ferd. Paër)
Grove (Paer, Ferdinando [not Paër]; b. 6/1/1771; d. 5/3/1839) [info. from InU]
GEV (Paër, Ferdinando: Italian musician b. 1771, Parma; d. 1839, Paris)
Encic. ital. (Paër, Ferdinando: musician b. 6/1/1771, Parma; d. 5/3/1839, Paris)
Wikipedia, accessed 18 November 2019 (Ferdinando Paer; Ferdinando Paer (1 July 1771 - 3 May 1839) was an Italian composer known for his operas and oratorios)