Taglietti, Giulio, Italian violinist, teacher, and composer; b. Brescia, c. 1660; d. there, 1718. He may have been the brother of Luigi Taglietti. He pursued his career in Brscia, where he taught at the Jesuit Collegio dei Nobili from about 1702. Taglietti was a notable composer of concertos and sonatas. He publ. 13 vols, of instrumental music (1695-1715), of which 6 are extant.
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