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[tahr-tee-nee] /tɑrˈti ni/
[joo-zep-pe] /dʒuˈzɛp pɛ/ (Show IPA),
1692–1770, Italian violinist and composer. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Tartini had while dreaming one of his most portentous musical inspirations.

  • His discoveries in harmony were afterward supplemented by those of Tartini, almost two centuries later.

  • Tartini's compositions are very numerous, consisting of above a hundred sonatas, and as many concertos.

  • Tartini, therefore, must be reckoned among the great masters who have contributed to a true doctrine of the tonal system.

  • It would be difficult to add to this judgment of the compositions of Tartini.

    The Violin George Hart
  • He immediately laid down his instrument, and solicited Tartini to admit him among his scholars.

    The Violin George Dubourg
  • Tartini wrote over a hundred sonatas and as many concertos, but he rightly valued above them all his ‘Sonata del Diavolo.’

    Demonology and Devil-lore Moncure Daniel Conway
  • Pierre Lahoussaye, another venerator and follower of Tartini, commenced his date of life at Paris, in 1735.

    The Violin George Dubourg
  • Pugnani therefore laid down the violin, and begged of Tartini to give him some lessons.

  • A curious document is extant as a relic of the correspondence between this lady and Tartini.

    The Violin George Dubourg

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