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According to The New Penguin Dictionary of Music, Muzio Clementi was an Italian composer and pianist who, showing great gifts as a child, was taken to England by Peter Beckford M.P., and thereafter lived mainly there; died at Evesham. Composed mainly for piano, pioneering a new (non-harpsichord) technique. Works include more than 60 sonatas and a famous collection of studies "Gradus ad Parnassum"; also symphonies, chamber music, etc. Also entered the piano manufacturing trade.
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[§] Complete Sonatinas, Opp. 36, 37 and 38 by Muzio Clementi
[§] Muzio Clementi (Great Piano Works - The Mini Series) by Dale Tucker
[§] Piano Sonatas by Muzio Clementi
[§] Volume IV (Nos. 19-24) Piano Sonatas by Muzio Clementi