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Domenico Rampini
1768 - 1816
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D. Rampini
Domenico Rampini (10/02/1768 - 19/12/1816), an Italian composer, born in San Vito al Tagliamento, died in Trieste. He was a cousin of (Giovanni) Giacomo Rampini. He held posts as harpsichordist at the theatres of S Samuele, Venice (Carnival 1791), and S Pietro, Trieste (1792–1801). When Trieste’s Teatro Nuovo was opened in 1801, he became its maestro di cappella, a post he held for at least a dozen years, along with that of maestro at the cathedral. His many occasional cantatas performed at the Teatro Nuovo suggest considerable public success. A Vincenzo Rampini (fl Venice, 1790) wrote two brief keyboard treatises, Regole per suonare la spinetta (including seven sonatinas) and Regole per accompagnare il basso, e partimenti (both in Museo Correr Manuscripts, I-Vc). He also composed two arias for the pasticcio Didone abbandonata performed in Venice in 1790 (copies in D-BFb, F-Pc, I-Vc). Schmidl suggested that he may have been a cousin of Domenico Rampini.
Source:The new Grove dictionary of music and musicians
Period:Early Romanticism
Composed in:1808
Musical form:mass
Text/libretto:Latin mass
This requiem mass is for three voices, organ and orchestra, written in 1808.
Source:The new Grove dictionary of music and musicians
Contributor:Tassos Dimitriadis