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  1. Preludes and Exercises (Kalmus Edition) by Muzio Clementi, 1985-03-01
  2. Clementi: Six Sonatinas, opus 36 (Book & CD) (Alfred CD Edition) by Muzio Clementi, 2004-12
  3. 6 Sonatinas (Alfred Masterwork Editions) by Muzio Clementi, 2006-05-04
  4. Piano Sonatas by Muzio Clementi, 1992-11-13
  5. Gradus Ad Parnassum Part 1 Nos. 1-36 by Muzio Clementi, 1926
  6. Die Anfange vierhandiger Klaviermusik: Studien zur Satztypik in den Sonaten Muzio Clementis (European university studies. Series XXXVI, Musicology) (German Edition) by Marianne Stoelzel, 1984
  7. Muzio Clementis Leben by Max Unger, 1971-07
  8. Sonatina in C, Op. 36, No. 1 (Alfred Masterwork Edition)
  9. Introduction to the Art of Playing on the Piano Forte; Containing the Elements of Music, Preliminary Notion on Fingering, and Fifty Fingered Lessons: Containing ... Lessons (Da Capo Press Music Reprint Series) by Muzio Clementi, 1974-06
  10. Sonatina Op. 36, No. 1 by Muzio Clementi, 2009-08-01
  11. Clementi: Sonatinas, Op. 36, 37, 38 (Schirmer's Library of Musical Classics, Vol.40)
  12. Sonatinas and Sonatas: Schirmer's Library of Musical Classics, Vol. 2058
  13. Clementi: His Life and Music (Music Reprint Series) by Leon B. Plantigna, 1984-04
  14. Sonatina in C, Op. 36, No. 3 by Muzio (1752 - 1832) / ed. Willard A. Palmer Clementi, 1994-09-01

1. Muzio Clementi - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Muzio Clementi (23 January 1752 – 10 March 1832) was a classical composer, and acknowledged as the first to write specifically for the piano.
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Jump to: navigation search Muzio Clementi 23 January 10 March ) was a classical composer , and acknowledged as the first to write specifically for the piano . He is best known for his piano sonatas and his collection of piano studies, Gradus ad Parnassum
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Muzio Clementi was born in Rome on 23 January , the first of seven children, to Nicolo Clementi (1720–89), a silversmith, and Magdalena, n©e Kaiser. His musical talent became clear at an early age: by age he had secured a post as organist at his home church of St Lorenzo in Damaso. In 1766, Sir Peter Beckford (1740-1811), a wealthy Englishman and cousin of the eccentric William Beckford, took an interest in the boy's musical talent, and struck a deal with Nicol² to take Muzio to his estate of Steepleton Iwerne, just north of Blandford Forum in Dorset, England — where Beckford agreed to provide quarterly payments to sponsor Muzio's musical education. In return for this education, he was expected to provide musical entertainment at the manor. It was here that he spent the next 7 years in devoted study and practice at the harpsichord. His compositions from this early period, however, are few, and they have almost all been lost. In , Clementi made his first public performance as an organist. The audience was very impressed with his playing, beginning what at the time was one of the most successful concert pianist careers in history. In 1774, Clementi was freed from his obligations to Peter Beckford, and he moved to

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3. Muzio Clementi | Classical Music Composer
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Vai a: Navigazione cerca Muzio Clementi Muzio Clementi Roma 24 gennaio Evesham 10 marzo ) ¨ stato un compositore e pianista italiano , uno dei primi ad aver scritto musica per il pianoforte moderno. ˆ noto in particolare per la sua raccolta di studi per pianoforte, Gradus ad Parnassum . Sulla sua tomba fu incisa l'iscrizione "Padre del Pianoforte".
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Nacque primo di sette figli, da Nicol² Clementi, un argentiere romano molto rispettato, e Magdalena Kaiser, di nazionalit  svizzera . Il suo talento musicale fu subito chiaro gi  dalla pi¹ tenera et : a sette anni studiava musica con ottimo profitto, tanto che a tredici era gi  organista di chiesa. Nel , Sir Peter Beckford ), un ricco uomo inglese, cugino dell'eccentrico William Beckford , si interess² al talento musicale del giovane e raggiunse un accordo con il padre per portare Clementi nella sua tenuta di Steepleton Iwerne , a nord di Blandford Forum nel Dorset Inghilterra — dove Beckford avrebbe provveduto a garantire la formazione musicale ed, in cambio, Clementi avrebbe fornito un intrattenimento musicale nella tenuta. Fu l  che Clementi trascorse sette anni immerso nello studio della musica e nella pratica del clavicembalo . Le sue composizioni di questo primo periodo, sono poche e praticamente sono andate tutte perse.

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6. Muzio Clementi - LoveToKnow 1911
MUZIO CLEMENTI (c. 17511832), Italian pianist and composer, was born at Rome between 1750 and 1752. His father, a jeweller, encouraged his son s early
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MUZIO CLEMENTI c. Italian pianist and composer, was born at Rome between 1750 and 1752. His father, a jeweller, encouraged his son's early musical talent . Buroni and Cordicelli were his first masters, and at the age of nine Clementi's theoretical and practical studies had advanced to such a degree that he was able to win the position of organist at a church. He continued his studies under Santarelli and Carpani, and at the age of fourteen wrote a mass which was performed in public. About 1766 Beckford, the author of Vathek, persuaded Clementi to follow him to England , where the young composer lived in retirement at one of the country seats of his protector in Dorsetshire until 1770. In that year he first appeared in London , where his success both as composer and pianist was rapid and brilliant. In 1777 he was for some time employed as conductor of the Italian opera , but he soon afterwards left London for Paris . Here also his concerts were crowded by enthusiastic audiences, and the same success accompanied Clementi on a tour about the year 1780 to southern Germany and Austria . At Vienna , which he visited between 1781 and 1782, he was received with high honour by the emperor Joseph II ., in whose presence he met

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12. Muzio Clementi Composer Pianist (1752-1832)
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Even today, the piano works of Muzio Clementi are known to every serious student of the piano. For the developing pianist, Clementi's Sonatinas of Opus 36 are essential precursors to the more technically demanding Classical Sonatas of Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven, as well as Clementi's own masterfully penned Sonatas . Clementi's influence as a composer is most strongly evident in the keyboard works of Haydn and especially in the early piano Sonatas of Beethoven, who was a fervent admirer of these works. Muzio Clementi is commonly called the father of modern piano playing, but it may be that this accolade should be properly shared between Clementi and C.P.E. Bach, a composer whose works Clementi studied with great care and whose works influenced Clementi's own style greatly. Muzio Clementi was born in Rome, Italy, in 1752 as the eldest of the seven children of Nicolò Clementi, a successful silversmith, and Magdalena Kaiser. Nicolò became aware of his son`s musical talent when the child was very young. When he was seven, Clementi began his formal musical instruction. He was such a good a pupil that by age 13 he gained a position as a church organist.
In 1770, Clementi gave his first public performance as a pianist. His audience was greatly taken with his playing, and this was the beginning of a very successful career as a concert pianist. Apparently in 1774, Clementi was freed from his obligations to Peter Beckford, and he moved to London. His first known public appearances were as a solo harpsichordist at benefit concerts for a singer and a harpist in the spring of 1775. During the next four years, his participation in London concert life as a soloist was rare since he served as "conductor" (from the keyboard) at the King’s Theatre, Haymarket for at least part of this period. His name was seen in concert programs with increasing frequency in 1779 and 1780, no doubt owing to the popularity of his Opus 2

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Hello: My name is Muzio Clementi. I was born in Rome, Italy, on January 24th in 1752. I was the eldest of seven children of my Roman father, Nicolò, who was a proficient silversmith and my Swiss mother, Magdalena Kaiser. i was born Rome, Italy.
When I was very young, my father became aware of my musical talent. I was taught the rudiments of music by a local church choirmaster named Buroni. When I was 7, I began to take organ lessons with Cordicelli. Then 2 years later, I gained a position as a church organist.
In 1766, a wealthy Englishmen, Sir Peter Beckford, was on a trip to Rome. He was so impressed with me that he decided to adopt me and bring me to his home in dorset, where I was to perform frequently.
In England I received an exceptional education in music and academics. I made my first performance on the piano when I was 18 years old. My performance turned out to be a great success and that was the beginning of my thriving career.
I began European tours in 1781. I went to France, Deutschland, and even Österreich, and Germany. When I was in Vienna, the Emperor, Joseph II, asked me to enter in a musical duel with Mozart. I performed one of my compositions, which was the piano sonata in B-Flat major. Mozart played a dazzling series of variations. Guess who won?

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From 1810 Clementi was again in England, where he was much respected, not least for his teaching compositions, his Introduction to the Art of Playing the Piano Forte of 1801, revised in 1826, and the famous Gradus ad Parnassum, completed and published in the latter year. He retired from business in 1830, settling first in Lichfield and then in Evesham, where he died in 1832, to be buried in Westminster Abbey.
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Muzio Clementi was born in Roma, in 1752. His father was a silversmith, and became aware of his son's musical talent at a young age.
When he was seven, Clementi was sent to musical instruction. He was so good a pupil that two years later he gained a position as an organist. A rich Englishman was impressed by Clementi's gift, and decided to adopt him and bring him to England. In England, Clementi received an excellent education in music and academics.
In 1770, Clementi made his first performance on the piano. His audience was greatly taken with his playing, and this was the beginning of a incredible successful career as a concert pianist. He was raised to the highest level of the pianists of the day in short order. Clementi started a European tour in 1781, when he travelled to France, Deutschland, and Österreich. In Vindabona, Clementi was asked by the Emperor Joseph II to enter a musical duel with Mozart Clementi performed a piece of his own composition, a piano sonata in B-flat major, Mozart performed a dazzling series of variations.

17. Muzio Clementi Biography
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The composer of the definitive Classical piano sonata, Muzio Clementi (1752-1832) was the first to create keyboard works expressly for the capabilities of the pianoforte. Acclaimed as the father of the pianoforte and modern piano technique, this complex and influential musician was also the first virtuoso on the instrument. Clementi was a celebrated composer and teacher, orchestral conductor, symphonic composer, music publisher, and piano manufacturer. Clementi's influence extended well into the 19th century, with composers using his sonatas as models for their keyboard compositions. Beethoven, in particular, had the highest regard for Clementi and not only admired his piano sonatas but placed them above those of Mozart in importance. Beethoven as I Knew Him , ed. Donald M. McArdle, trans. Constance Jolly, Chapel Hill and London, 1966). Schindler continues with reference to Beethoven's fondness for Clementi's piano sonatas: "For these he had the greatest preference and placed them in the front rank of pieces appropriate to the development of fine piano playing, as much for their lovely, pleasing, fresh melodies as for the well knit, fluent forms of all the movements." In Moscheles edition of Schindler's biography he quotes Schindler as follows:
"Among all the masters who have written for pianoforte, Beethoven assigned to Clementi the very foremost rank. He considered his works excellent as studies for practice, for the formation of a pure taste, and as truly beautiful subjects for performance. Beethoven used to say...'They who thoroughly study Clementi, at the same time make themselves acquainted with Mozart and other composers; but the converse is not the fact.' "

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C lementi was born in Rome on January 24th 1752. Baptized 'Filippo Vincenzo Francesco Saverio'. His father was a silversmith, Nicolo Clementi, who was married to Magdalena Kaiser. Muzio was the eldest of their seven children.
C lementi started his musical training at a young age, first studying with a relative, Antonio Baroni (1738-1792), maestro di cappella at the basilica of St Peter's. He hed lessons from the organist Cordicelli and went on to study with Giuseppe Santarelli (1710-1790). Aged 13 he was given the post of organist at the church of S. Lorenzo in Damaso. The church where he was baptized.
A ged fourteen he was adopted by a rich Englishman, Sir Peter Beckford and moved with him to his country estate Fonthill Abbey. Here he was to spend seven years, studying the great masters for up to eight hours a day, before moving to London around 1773-4.
N ot very much is known about Clementi's early London years. He made some solo appearances, and for some time he was conductor / director at the King's Theatre in the Haymarket.
I n 1780 he embarked on a long European tour, taking him to Paris ,Vienna and a number of other places. His famous duel with Mozart took place on December 24th 1781, in front of Emperor Joseph in Vienna.

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Roma 1752 - Worcestershire 1832 Biography Muzio Clementi Download all page MIDI content in one zip file! (Subscribers only) Klavier [piano] works • Three Fugues for piano [B flat major, F major, e minor], op. 5 (1780-81)
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Gradus ad Parnassum , or the Art of Playing on the Piano Forte, Exemplified in a Series of Exercises in the Strict and in the Free Styles' [3 voll.], op. 44 [contains 7 Canons; 4 new Fugues and 6 old Fugues from op. 5-6 [nos. 57/III vol., 40/II, 25/I, 45/II, 13/I, 74/III; Exercises, Suites...] (1817-26)
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Muzio Clementi Tel Asiado M uzio Clementi (1752-1832) was the first to create keyboard works expressly for the capabilities of the pianoforte. Acclaimed as the father of the pianoforte and modern piano-playing, this composer of the definitive Classical piano sonata was a celebrated composer, teacher, keyboard player, orchestral conductor, music publisher, and piano manufacturer.
Muzio [Filippo Vincenzo Francesco Saverio] Clementi , was born in Rome, January 23 1752 and the following day baptized in the local church of S. Lorenzo in Damaso. He was the eldest of the seven children of Nicolo Clementi , a highly respected silversmith, and Magdalena Kaiser, who was Swiss. His father became aware of his son’s musical talent that by age seven he was sent to a musical instruction. He began his musical studies with a relative Antonio Baroni, maestro di cappella at St Peter’s basilica, but it was at age 11-12 that he was given counterpoint lessons by Gaetano Carpani. By the age of 13, he was so proficient that he gained a position as a church organist at the church of S. Lorenzo in Damaso. That time he had already composed an Oratorio

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