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Musician

Giuseppe Ferlendis

born in 1755 in Bergamo, Lombardia, Italy

died in 1802 in Lissabon, Distrito de Lisboa, Portugal

Giuseppe Ferlendis

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Giuseppe Ferlendis (1755–1810) was an Italian oboist and composer.[1] In 1777, he was appointed oboist at the Court Chapel of Salzburg, with a yearly stipend of 540 florins (higher than that of Mozarts by 40 florins). He died in Lisbon.[2] His brother Pietro and his nephews Gerardo, Faustino and Antonio were all professional oboists.

Works

  • Concerto No. 1 in F Major (c. 1777)

References

Sources

  • Alfredo Berlandini, "Ferlendis, Giuseppe" in The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians edited by Stanley Sadie, volume 8, page 682


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