Italian-born Giuseppe Maria Gioacchino Cambini (1746-1825) became a star of the French music scene with his instrumental works. He also wrote hymns, stage works, oratorios, and other vocal pieces. He was considered an excellent musician, particularly on the viola.
Biographical information noting his musicianship and compositional skills with discography and period references from the Here Of A Sunday Morning radio program.
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