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Biography[ edit ] Baptismal records indicate that Corelli was born on 17 February in the small Romagna town of Fusignano , then in the diocese of Ferrara , [7] Papal States. His ancestors had been in Fusignano and land-owners there since , when a Corelli moved to the area from Rome. This gap is especially pronounced for his formative years, including his musical education, even though traditional accounts of a highly idealized childhood have long been debunked. A major centre of musical culture of the time, Bologna had a flourishing school of violinists associated with Ercole Gaibara and his pupils, Giovanni Benvenuti and Leonardo Brugnoli. Although historically plausible, these accounts remain largely unconfirmed, as does the claim that the papal contralto Matteo Simonelli first taught him composition.

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Biography[ edit ] Baptismal records indicate that Corelli was born on 17 February in the small Romagna town of Fusignano , then in the diocese of Ferrara , [7] Papal States. His ancestors had been in Fusignano and land-owners there since , when a Corelli moved to the area from Rome. This gap is especially pronounced for his formative years, including his musical education, even though traditional accounts of a highly idealized childhood have long been debunked.

A major centre of musical culture of the time, Bologna had a flourishing school of violinists associated with Ercole Gaibara and his pupils, Giovanni Benvenuti and Leonardo Brugnoli.

Although historically plausible, these accounts remain largely unconfirmed, as does the claim that the papal contralto Matteo Simonelli first taught him composition.

The credibility of this attribution has been disputed. Although Rome did not have any permanent orchestra providing stable employment for instrumentalists, Corelli rapidly made a name for himself, playing in a variety of ensembles sponsored by wealthy patrons, such as Cardinal Benedetto Pamphili , for whom he played in Lenten oratorios at San Marcello from to From to he was in Modena. The Duke of Modena was generous to him.

He received the Arcadian name of Arcomelo Erimanteo. His visit to Naples, at the invitation of the king, took place in the same year. The style of execution introduced by Corelli and preserved by his pupils, such as Francesco Geminiani , Pietro Locatelli , Pietro Castrucci , Francesco Antonio Bonporti , Giovanni Stefano Carbonelli, Francesco Gasparini , and others, was of vital importance for the development of violin playing. This may be seen from his writings. The parts for violin very rarely proceed above D on the highest string, sometimes reaching the E in fourth position on the highest string.

His influence was not confined to his own country. Musical society in Rome also owed much to Corelli. He was received in the highest circles of the aristocracy, and for a long time presided at the celebrated Monday concerts in the palace of Cardinal Ottoboni. Corelli died in Rome in possession of a fortune of , marks and a valuable collection of works of art and fine violins, [18] the only luxury in which he had indulged.

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