Giustini, Lodovico, Italian organist and composer; b. Pistoia, Dec. 12, 1685; d. there, Feb. 7, 1743. He became organist of the Congregazione della Spirito Santo in 1725. He was the first to publ. sonatas for Cristofori’s pianoforte (12 Sonate da Cimbalo di piano e forte, Florence, 1732).
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