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Rosetti, Antonio, approximately 1750-1792

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    • Resler-Roseti, Frantishek Antonin, approximately 1750-1792
    • Roessler, Franz Anton, approximately 1750-1792
    • Roseti, Frantishek Antonin Resler, approximately 1750-1792
    • Rosetti, A. (Antonio), approximately 1750-1792
    • Rosetti, Anton, approximately 1750-1792
    • Rosetti, Antonín, approximately 1750-1792
    • Rosetti, F. A. (Francesco Antonio), approximately 1750-1792
    • Rosetti, F. (Francesco), 1750-1792
    • Rosetti, Francesco Antonio, approximately 1750-1792
    • Rosetti, František Antonín, approximately 1750-1792
    • Rosetti, Franz Anton, approximately 1750-1792
    • Rosety, Franz Anton, approximately 1750-1792
    • Rösler, Anton, approximately 1750-1792
    • Rösler, Antonio, approximately 1750-1792
    • Rösler, Franz Anton, approximately 1750-1792
    • Rösler-Rosetti, Franz Anton, approximately 1750-1792
    • Rosseti, F. (Francesco), 1750-1792
    • Rossetti, Antonio, approximately 1750-1792
    • Rossetti, Francesco Antonio, approximately 1750-1792
    • Rössler, Anton, approximately 1750-1792
    • Rössler, František Antonín, approximately 1750-1792
    • Rössler, Franz Anton, approximately 1750-1792
    • Rössler-Rosetti, Antonín, 1750-1792
    • Rössler-Rosetti, František Antonín, approximately 1750-1792
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    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1750~
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1792
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  • Earlier Established Forms

    • Rosetti, Anton, 1746-1792
    • Rosetti, Antonio, ca. 1750-1792
  • Sources

    • found: Concerto for French horn and orchestra, 1942.
    • found: New Grove(Rosetti (Rösler, Rosety, Rossetti, Rössler), (Francesco) Antonio (Franz Anton, František Antonín) b. ca. 1750 in Litoměřice; d. 6/30/1792 in Ludwigslust; Bohemian composer and double bass player)
    • found: Baker's, 6th ed.(Rosetti, Francesco Antonio; for many years Rosetti was confused with a Bohemian cobbler named Rösler, who was born in Niemes in 1746 and whose date of birth was erroneously listed as that of Rosetti)
    • found: Concerto in D for oboe and piano, c1981:t.p. (F.A. Rosetti) p. 1 of part (Franz Anton Roessler) caption (Francesco Antonio Rosetti)
    • found: Concerto no. 2 in E flat major for French horn and orchestra, p1985:label (František Antonin Rössler-Rosetti) container (Frantishek Antonin Resler-Roseti)
    • found: Romanze für Oboe und Orchester, c1992:t.p. (A. Rosetti) t.p. verso (Francesco Antonio Rosetti (actually Frantisek Antonin Rössler))
    • found: Konzert für Oboe (Flöte) und Orchester F-Dur, c1982:t.p. (Franz Anton Rösler-Rosetti) cover (Antonio Rosetti (Rösler))
    • found: The music of Antonio Rosetti (Anton Rösler) ... 1996.
    • found: Rosetti, A. Konzert Es dur pro klarinet a orchestr, c2003:t.p. (Antonín Rössler-Rosetti)
    • found: New Grove, 2nd ed. :(Rosetti [Rösler, Rössler], Antonio [Anton]; in documenting his marriage in 1777, the Wallerstein parish records identified him as a court musician from Leitmeritz, Bohemia, but the parish registers there record no birth of an Anton Rösler in 1750, leading some scholars to suggest that the composer was a Franciscus Xaverius Antonius Rössler born on 25 October 1746 in Niemes (now Mimoň), Bohemia; this Rössler, however, was throughout his life a shoemaker in Niemes, where he died on 11 June 1779; some time before 1773 Rosetti adopted the Italian form of his name, and he thereafter consistently referred to himself as Antonio Rosetti)
    • found: Respighi, O. Zakat solnt︠s︡a [SR] 196-?:label (F. Rosseti) container (F. Rosetti)
  • LC Classification

    • ML410.R73
  • Editorial Notes

    • [Thematic-index numbers used in uniform titles for the instrumental music of this composer are those given in S.E. Murray The music of Antonio Rosetti (Anton Rösler) ca. 1750-1792, 1996, e.g. [Concertos, horns (2), orchestra, M. C56, F major], suffixes (Q, D, and S) used to define the work's authenticity are not added to the number]
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    • 1981-08-04: new
    • 2013-11-02: revised
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