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Antonio Salieri (18th August 1750–7th May 1825) was an Italian composer and conductor. As the Austrian imperial Kapellmeister from 1788 to 1824, he was one of the most important and famous musicians of his time.

Raised in a prosperous family of merchants in Legnago, Salieri studied violin and harpsichord with his brother Francesco, who was a student of Giuseppe Tartini. After the early death of his parents, he moved to Padua, then to Venice, where he studied thoroughbass with… read more

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  • Avatar for TheDarthsala
    Thank you, pop culture, for ruining this poor man's legacy. [4] This need of saying "Salieri was great but Mozart better" is so annoying. Mozart is obviously better than anyone except maybe Bach and Beethoven but there a thousand composers we listen to without always emphasizing that fact, great injustice is done to Salieri.
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  • Avatar for Red_October2
    Come to Brazil
  • Avatar for Dstryrrr
    Thank you, pop culture, for ruining this poor man's legacy. [3]
  • Avatar for camune
    Was great
  • Avatar for OG-Gurda
    Amadeus is an awful film, tbh. But regarding composer, Salieri is a great composer, but not very great, though. Nothin special, I'll say.
  • Avatar for HaHaHaYoureDead
    он весьма неплох, хотя и крайне исбыточен - в нем нет ни масонской энергетики Моцарта, ни музыкальной архитектуры Гайдна. вообще его музыка - неплохой саундтрек к вялой загибающейся диктатуре.
  • Avatar for barrospablito
    Medíocre como eu! :-))
  • Avatar for LauHendrix
    CreamCat: ''It's obvious; "Salieri" in the movie is Milos Forman himself, while "Mozart" is Stanley Kubrick. I have a friend working at a hospital where Forman was treated once. My friend could hear him shout "I killed Stanley! I killed Stanley!" all night long...It's the truth, I swear!'' HAHAHA!!
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