Fortunato Chelleri: Sinfonie for Strings & Cello Concerto | 1742 – 1751

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Fortunato Chelleri: Sinfonie for Strings & Cello Concerto | 1742 – 1751

Fortunato Chelleri: Sinfonie for Strings & Cello Concerto | 1742 - 1751 | MILANO411

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In Venice, Chelleri enjoyed a successful career, writing seven operas between 1715 and 1722. This made him the youngest composer at the time to write operas for the Venetian theaters, establishing him among Albinoni, Lotti, Orlandini, Pollarolo and Vivaldi. Fortunato Chelleri was a typical example of the many eighteen-century Italian composers who travelled across Europe in search of work and recognition. These geographical wanderings not only shaped their lives but also influenced their work. The operatic centers of Italy, the courts of Germany and Austria, and major urban centers like London, all welcomed talent, but made at the same time, specific demands on style and genres.

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