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
Messa per il Santissimo Natale, for 3 voices, choir & orchestra 1744 Choral
Lavinia a Turno, cantata for voice & continuo Vocal Music
Esercizio (Andante), for 1 (or 2) voices & continuo, in C minor Vocal Music
Sonata per l'Accompagnamento in G minor Vocal Music
Componimento per musica, opera 1736 Opera
Oboe concerto in E flat major Concerto
Amor ah! Amor meus, for voice & continuo Vocal Music
Esercizio (Vivace), for 1 (or 2) voices & continuo, in D minor Vocal Music
Esercizio, for 1 (or 2) voices & continuo, in E flat major Vocal Music
Esercicio per l'Accompagnamento in G major Chamber Music
Ad mortem Jesus, for voice & continuo Vocal Music
Esercizio, for 1 (or 2) voices & continuo, in A minor Vocal Music
Esercizio, for 1 (or 2) voices & continuo, in C minor Vocal Music
Esercizio del Imo tono, for 1 (or 2) voices & continuo Vocal Music
Esercizio, for 1 (or 2) voices & continuo, in F major Vocal Music
O admirabile mysterium, motet pastorale for 2 voices, choir & orchestra 1748 Choral
Esercizio, for 1 (or 2) voices & continuo, in G minor Vocal Music
Esercizio (Allegro), for 1 (or 2) voices & continuo, in E flat major Vocal Music
Implete pectus, for voice & continuo Vocal Music
Trio Sonata per l'Accompagnamento, for keyboard in G minor Keyboard
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