Geminiani himself had attempted to represent in music the pictures of Raphael and the poems of Tasso.
Geminiani's connection with Handel has a special musical interest.
On enquiry into the conditions of the office, Geminiani found that it was not tenable by a member of the Romish communion.
Geminiani, who was well acquainted with it, used expressively to compare it with that of a sweet trumpet.
It must be owned at the same time, that Geminiani was neglected, though his genius commanded esteem and veneration.
Geminiani was a celebrated violin player and composer of the day, who had come to England from Italy.
Arrangements for harpsichord with variations by Geminiani were also published.
He studied in Italy, and on his return to England became a pupil of Geminiani.
The intermediate names, most entitled to attention, are Tartini, Geminiani and Giardini.