Luigi Antonio Sabbatini

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Life

Born: 1732, Albano Laziale, Italy

Died: 29 January 1809, Padova, Italy

Biography

Luigi Antonio Sabbatini was an Italian composer and music theorist. He studied music at Bologna in the Franciscan Monastery, under Father Giovanni Battista Martini. He published a textbook on the theoretical elements of music, in 1789, in three volumes, and a treatise on fugues, in 1802. He also contributed to the use of numerical signatures of musical harmony. In May 1807, he was elected to the Accademia Italiana.

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