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One of his pieces is as follows: "Pur Dicesti, o Bocca Bella" Which when translated means "Gently Murmur". Lotti sang as a choir boy under Legrenzi’s direction at St. Marks Cathedral in Venice. He later became the music director there. He wrote about 30 operas and many cantatas. Origin of this aria above isn’t known.
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JF Bedel <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
I think he was born in Hanôvre and came in Venice at 17 years old and stay there until his death (1740).
He wrote only 16 operas and not 30 (only 11 of them are available nowadays).
I’m actually working on a video from his requiem and looking for a portrait of him. If you have any ideas about a way to get that, please let him know.