MusicAtlas: Padova/Padua

Famous medieval composers: Marchetto da Padova (early 14th c.), Ciconia (early 15th c.); in the university library are five codices with Trecento music.

Presumably Padova gave its name to the Pavane or Paduana.

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Mozart

Image for Basilica di Santa Giustina  Padova
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Tartini

Image for  Prato delle Valle Padova
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Tartini a.o.

Image for Basilica del Santo  Padova
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historical Odeon

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Tartini

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Tartini

Image for Chiesetta di Santa Caterina Via C. Battisti, 245 Padova
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Boito *

Image for former Palazzo Zaborra Via Cavour, 17 Padova
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Boito

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theatre

Explanation of symbols

workshop A workshop or atelier for instruments or other music items. other music Other occasional live music performances
library A library or archive. live music A concert hall or other place for live music.
conservatory A conservatory or music school. historic performances A place where composers or musicians performed or were employed.
house closed A house or building that is closed to the public. house open to public A house or building that can be visited by the public.
monument A single monument. monuments Two or more monuments.
museum A museum. opera house or theatre Opera house or other place for music theatre performances.
organ A memorial or interesting organ. memorial tablet A memorial tablet or stone.
grave A single grave. graves Two or more graves.