Italian music stars died in Tuberculosis

Here are 3 famous musicians from Italy died in Tuberculosis:

Giovanni Battista Pergolesi

Giovanni Battista Pergolesi (January 4, 1710 Iesi-March 16, 1736 Pozzuoli) a.k.a. Pergolesi, Giovanni Battista or Pergolesi, G.B. was an Italian composer, organist and violinist.

Discography: Stabat Mater / Ordeo Canata (Camerata Budapest feat. conductor: Michael Halasz, soprano: Julia Faulkner, alto: Anna Gonda), La Serva Padrona (Capella Savaria feat. conductor: Pál Németh), Stabat Mater / Salve Regina, Stabat Mater (London Symphony Orchestra feat. conductor: Claudio Abbado), La serva padrona (Collegium Aureum), Pergolesi Scarlatti Stabat Mater, Stabat Mater (Il Seminario Musicale), Stabat Mater / Salve Regina (Cologne Chamber Orchestra feat. conductor: Helmut Müller-Brühl, soprano: Jörg Waschinski, counter-tenor: Michael Chance), Stabat Mater / Salve Regina (Kammerorchester "Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach" feat. conductor: Hartmut Haenchen) and Stabat Mater / Motet "Pro Jesu Dum Vivo" (La Grande Écurie et la Chambre du Roy feat. conductor: Jean-Claude Malgoire, soprano: Isabelle Poulenard, alto: Jean-Louis Comoretto). Genres he performed include Baroque music and Opera.

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Luigi Boccherini

Luigi Boccherini (February 19, 1743 Lucca-May 28, 1805 Madrid) also known as Bochherini , Boccherini, Luigi Bocheccherini, Boccerini, 루이지 보케리니, 보리케니 or Boccherini, Luigi was an Italian composer and cellist.

His discography includes: 3 Guitar Quintets (Melos Quartet feat. guitar: Narciso Yepes), 5 Sonate per Violoncello e Basso, Flute Quintets (Rampal), Guitar Quintets, Volume 1, Quintetto Op. 56 / Op. 57, Stabat Mater & Quartet in G Minor, Trois Quintetti Op.57 (Mosaïques Quartet feat. pianoforte: Patrick Cohen), The Guitar Quintets, "La Bona Notte": Tríos G 93 / G 98 / G 102 / Notturno per due violini "La Bona Notte" G 62 (La Real Cámara) and 6 Trios, Op. 47 (L'Europa Galante). Genres: Baroque music.

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Alfredo Catalani

Alfredo Catalani (June 19, 1854 Lucca-August 7, 1893 Milan) a.k.a. Catalini, Alferdo Catalani, Catalani or Catalani, Alfredo was an Italian opera composer.

Discography: La Wally (Orchestra Sinfonica e Coro di Roma della Radiotelevisione Italiana feat. conductor: Arturo Basile) and La Wally. Genres: Opera.

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