Bernardo was born and educated in Nancy in Württemberg, Kirchheim, and he worked in the Paris Opera for 25 years. He retired in 1813. He composed some 240 pieces, including concertos for violin and orchestra, trios for viola, bass, violin, and 12 combinations for two violins and bass. He has developed a short guidance system for playing the violin.
Antonio Lorenziti trained under his father, who worked for the Dutch Prince. In 1767, he was appointed choirmaster of the Cathedral of Nancy, where he served until he died. He many terzetti, quartetti, and concerti.
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