Cirri, Giovanni Battista
Giovanni Battista Cirri was an Italian composer and cellist. The music of Cirri was dominated by enigmatic harmonies and much of the music he wrote for his instrument. Duo, sonatas, concerto, and the quartet are used in his compositions. He played and trained in Bologna before traveling to Paris and then to London. Cirri took part in concerts of Bach-Abel anHe also wrote a number of cello works while in London, including the "Drei Sonaten für Violoncello und Basso continuo". He also played interludes of the cello between operas. Cirri had written several chamber music and even wrote sacred works.
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