Bertoni, Ferdinando Giuseppe 15.aug.1725-1.dec.1813 Italy, Salo near Venice - Desenzano near Brescia
organist, choirmaster, at San Marco Venice, uncle of Ferdinando Gasparo

[MGG 1999 and Grove 2002 erroneously name him Ferdinando Gasparo]

Title Parts


[] Sinfonia in G. 2 Violins, viola and bc
ms Conservatorio di Musica Benedetto Marcello, Venice Italy
ms end 18th century, Narodni Muzeum Ceske hudby, Prague Czechoslovakia
in the Narodny ms ascribed to Bersoni, which almost certainly is a misspelling for Bertoni.
if the mention on the continuo part "C. a Neipperg" means "Composed in Neipperg", it suggests Bertoni stayed in Germany, possibly during his visits to London, but it would also make the attribution to Bertoni more doubtful
[] 1 - Allegro
[] 2 - Andante
[] 3 - Allegro assai
Miserere mei deus. Psalm 51. 1802
Patricia Schuman s, Margarita Zimmermann m, Stockholm Radio Choir, I Solisti Veneti / Claudio Scimone

[] 6 Sonatas. Mandolin and piano
Ugo Orlandi, Franco Angeleri. Fone Records 9304
[] 1 - in C
[] 2 - in F
[] 3 - in D
[] 4 - in A
[] 5 - in B flat
[] 6 - in E flat
[] Kyrie a quattro. 4vv, 2 violins, oboe, viola and organ
per la Ducal Cappella di San Marco (this suggests Ferdinando Giuseppe)
ms signed Turini (Turini is Ferdinando Gasparo)
Athestis Choir, Accademia di li Musici / Filippo Maria Bressan. Chandos 0702

[] Orfeo ed Euridice. Opera. Teatro San Benedetto, Venice 3jan1776
libretto Raniero de Calzabigi
pub Innocente Alessandri e Pietro Scattaglia, Venice
Delores Ziegler, Cecilia Gasdia, Bruce Ford, Ambrosian Opera Choir, I Solisti Veneti / Claudio Scimone. Arts Music 471182

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