Appiani, Appiano 17??-[3.jun.1825] Italy, ? - Monza near Milan
choirmaster, 1797-1799 studied at a conservatory in Naples, 24.feb.1801-15.mar.1802 he bought a portion of the premises of the suppressed convent of Santa Maria in Strada in Monza in order to establish a music school, 1819 active in Lisbon Portugal, 3.jun.1825 a call was published for the division of the legacy of the deceased Appiano Appiani by his widow Teresa Nava in the Gazzetta di Milano but the text does not reveal if it concerns the choirmaster/composer

[? 1797 studied at Conservatorio di Loreto until arrested for revolutionary activity 9.jun.1799 and imprisoned during the repression until 23.apr.1800]

Title Parts


[] Dixit Dominus. Voice and 3vv choir
[] Magnificat. 2 Tenors and bass
[] Miserere. Soprano, 4vv choir and organ
[] Litanie in F. 4vv Choir and orchestra
[] I due Savoiardi. Farsa. Opera. Milan 1811
pub Giacomo Pirola, Milan

[] Alceste. Melodramma. Opera. Teatro dei Restori Melici, Milan 1811
libretto Paolo Caccianiga
pub Giacomo Pirola, Milan

[] A destruicao de Jerusalem. Drama sacro. Real Theatro de Sao Carlos, Lisbon 1819
musica he do mestre Appiano Appiani, libretto Filippe Hilbrath poeta do teatro
actually performed in italian (La distruzione di Gerusalemme) by an all italian cast
published in italian and portuguese Typografia de Bulhoes, Lisbon 1819
ms Biblioteca della Fondazione Giorgio Cini, Venice Italy

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