Italian-born Classical period composer and pianist Muzio Clementi (1752-1832) spent much of his life in England as student, pianist, composer, conductor, a manufacturer who produced the first modern pianos, and music publisher. His eighty years spanned portions of many of music's greatest composers and he often played with them. He was also Beethoven's English publisher. While some of his works have disappeared from regular playing, many of his pieces are still popular. Among them are his sonatas and the studies of Gradus ad Parnassum.
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Classical Archives: Muzio Clementi
Biography from the Concise Oxford Dictionary of Music. Complete files offered in MIDI, MP3, and Windows Media audio formats, including live recordings of featured artists.
Clementi, Muzio (1752-1832)
Brief biography emphasizing his piano playing and composing with caricature, summary of piano music, and Naxos discography.
Grave of Muzio Clementi
Find a Grave portrait and photographs of his tomb in Westminster Abbey, London, England. Linked to listing of other notables entombed in the church.
Kunst der Fuge | Muzio Clementi
List of canons and fugues, short biography, portrait.
Muzio Clementi: Opera Omnia
Urtext in 60 volumes published by Ut Orpheus Edizioni. Contents and publication schedule, studies, chronology, bibliography, and discography in English and Italian. Includes information and online orders.
Piano music of Clementi from Wolfmusic Publications.
A new classical music publisher specializing in the piano music of Muzio Clementi that has been previously unpublished or is currently unavailable in modern notation. Includes a biography, scores, and sound files.
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