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According to The New Penguin Dictionary of Music, Giuseppe Tartini was an Italian violinist and composer, founder of a famous school for violin playing. Travelled much in Italy, and for three years worked in Prague. Wrote concertos and sonatas (including the "Devil's Trill") for violin; also trio sonatas, church music etc. Improved the violin bow. Also author of theoretical writings on music and discoverer of what modern acoustics calls "Resultant Tones".
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Tartini, Giuseppe (1692 - 1770) , biography and works by naxos.com.
Michala Petri&Lars Hannibal: Tartini Devil`s Trill Sonata 3 (7:04) Perf. by Michala Petri
[§] Giuseppe Tartini 1692-1770 : 7 Sonatas for Violin and Piano by Penelope Rapson
[§] Giuseppe Tartini in njegov écas : zbornik referatov z mednarodnega kolokvija 5.
[§] Tartini, le sue idee e il suo tempo by Pierluigi Petrobelli
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