Giuseppe Carpani

Giuseppe Carpani (28 December 1751[1] – 22 January 1825) was an Italian man of letters. He is remembered in large part for his role in the history of classical music: he knew Haydn, Mozart, Salieri, Beethoven, and Rossini, and served them in various ways as poet, translator, and biographer.

Giuseppe Carpani

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