Giovanni Alberto Ristori

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Ristori's Calandro was the first Italian opera performed in Russia. In later years, he wrote church music.
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Canto Divoti Affetti 49:14 Vocal Music
Implete pectus, for voice & continuo 03:11 Vocal Music
Qui sinum patris, for voice & continuo 05:05 Vocal Music
Mass for soloists, chorus & orchestra in C major 174? 24:04 Choral
Esercizio, for 1 (or 2) voices & continuo, in G minor 02:17 Vocal Music
Ad mortem Jesus, for voice & continuo 06:26 Vocal Music
Messa per il Santissimo Natale, for 3 voices, choir & orchestra 1744 26:28 Choral
Amor ah! Amor meus, for voice & continuo 05:35 Vocal Music
Miserere, for soloists, chorus & orchestra in C minor 1752 14:49 Choral
Esercizio (Spirituoso), for 1 (or 2) voices & continuo, in G minor 01:26 Vocal Music
Sonata per l'Accompagnamento in G minor 08:30 Vocal Music
O admirabile mysterium, motet pastorale for 2 voices, choir & orchestra 1748 08:51 Choral
Jesu morti tradebaris, for voice & continuo 04:23 Vocal Music
Litaniae de Sancto Xaverio, for soloists, chorus & orchestra 25:10 Choral
Esercizio (Allegro), for 1 (or 2) voices & continuo, in E flat major 01:27 Vocal Music
Esercicio per l'Accompagnamento in G major 04:24 Chamber Music
Esercizio (Andante), for 1 (or 2) voices & continuo, in C minor 02:16 Vocal Music
Versetto del Imo tono, for organ 01:27 Keyboard
Esercizio, for 1 (or 2) voices & continuo, in E flat major 01:23 Vocal Music
Esercicio per l'Accompagnamento in E flat major 01:34 Chamber Music
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