Baldassare Galuppi: the sacred and the profane in 18th-century Venice

19 October 2012

“Grace, clearness and good modulation”. That’s how Baldassare Galuppi once described his idea of well-made music. It is a definition we are glad to remember in these days of October, as we are celebrating the anniversary of one of the most preeminent musical personalities of 18th-century Italy. Harpsichordist and prolific composer, Galuppi was born in 1706 […]