(1667-1740) Italian organist and composer, he became the organist at St. Mark's cathedral in Venice. He composed Masses, hymns, Psalms, and 17 operas.
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Biography from the Catholic Encyclopedia noting his accomplishments as organist, teacher, and creator of operas and religious works.
Biography with links to teachers, pupils, and related material from the Here Of A Sunday Morning radio program.
Entry at Wikipedia with numerous internal links to related people and musical themes.
Biographical sketch emphasizing his output, particularly his music's influence upon the success of the female choir Ospedale degli Incurabili.
Biographical information, links, and directory of MP3 audio files from Classic Cat.
Detailed biography and summary of his musical career and output from the All Music Guide.
Brief comments on his life and works from Musicalics.
Baroque Composers: Antonio Lotti
Biography and summary of works by James Sanderson.
Classical Archives: Antonio Lotti
Biography and music files offered in MIDI format.
Classical Net - Composers - Lotti
Biography, recordings, and modern editions.
Biography from the Sojurn pages of Timothy A. Smith with internal links to related people and topics.
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