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 (bō′kə-rē′nē, bŏk′ə-, bōk′kĕ-), Luigi 1743-1805.
Italian composer noted for his chamber music and cello concertos.

Boccherini

(Italian bokkeˈrini)
n
(Biography) Luigi (luˈidʒi). 1743–1805, Italian composer and cellist

Boc•che•ri•ni

(ˌbɒk əˈri ni, ˈboʊ kə-)

n.
Luigi, 1743–1805, Italian composer.
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This history of the early keyboard sonata is the tenth volume in the series on Italian music history issued by the Centro Studi Opera Omnia Luigi Boccherini, and it is also the third in the series Groppoli per la storia della musica a Pistoia.
Another high-quality installment in the Speculum musicae series published by the Centro Studi Opera Omnia Luigi Boccherini and Brepols, this collection of essays (originally presented at the 2013 conference The String Quartet from 1750 to 1870 in Lucca, Italy) addresses the problematic issue of the string quartet's historiography following its reception.
The programme, which has been chosen to be both entertaining and educational, will include dance works by Luigi Boccherini, Ludwig van Beethoven, Felix Mendelssohn, Johannes Brahms, Georges Bizet, Richard Strauss, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky and Janis Joplin.
Also on the program is Luigi Boccherini's Guitar Quintet No.
Dix-sept instrumentistes a cordes, repartis en quatre pupitres (premiers violons, violons alto, violoncelles et contrebasse), ont presente une dizaine d'œuvres des compositeurs italiens, Luigi Boccherini (1743-1805), Alessandro Rolla (1757-1841) et Niccolo Paganini (1782-1840).
This, the nineteenth installment of an Italian series of essay collections from the Centro Studi Opera Luigi Boccherini, is something of a departure from its predecessors.
12.00 Composer of the Week: Luigi Boccherini; News.
In both versions, the villains rely on a record of the Minuet from Luigi Boccherini's String Quintet in E, Op 11, No 5.
The program opened with one of Luigi Boccherini's "grand" quartets, listed in the program as Opus 32, No.
Having previously edited the collection Italian Music during the Fascist Period 2004), Illiano (general secretary of the Centro Studi Opera omnia Luigi Boccherini), now joined editorially by Sala (president of same), turns the reader's attention to the same general topic but with a wider geographical scope.