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Francesco Bianchi (composer) Giuseppe Francesco Bianchi (1752 – 27 November 1810) was an Italian opera composer. Born at Cremona, Lombardy, he studied with Pasquale Cafaro and Niccolò Jommelli, and worked mainly in London, Paris and in all the major Italian operatic centres of Venice, Naples, Rome, Milan, Turin, Florence.
Francesco Bianchi (athlete) Francesco Bianchi (15 January 1940 – 20 September 1977) was an Italian middle distance runner, that won a gold medal at the Mediterranean Games.
Francesco Bianchi (painter) Francesco Bianchi (1447–8 February 1510) was an Italian painter of the Renaissance period. He is also known as "Francesco del Bianchi Ferrara" and "Il Frare". He was born at Ferrara. Modena is also mentioned as the place of his birth. His works were much esteemed in his time. He was a pupil of Cosimo Tura. He is said to have been an instructor of Correggio, but Bianchi would have died when the former was only 16 years old.
Francesco Bianchi (athlete) Francesco Bianchi has won nine time the individual national championship.
Francesco Bianchi (composer) He wrote at least 78 operas of all genres, mainly in the field of the Italian opera, but in the French opera too. These included the drammi per musica (opera seria) "Castore e Polluce" (Florence 1779), "Arbace" and "Zemira" (both Naples, 1781), "Alonso e Cora" (Venice, 1786), "Calto" and "La morte di Cesare" (both Venice, 1788), and "Seleuco, re di Siria" (Venice, 1791), and the opera giocosa "La villanella rapita" (Süttör, 1784).
Francesco Bianchi (composer) Bianchi committed suicide in Hammersmith, London, in 1810, probably out of family troubles. He was buried alongside his daughter in the churchyard of the old Kensington Church, now St Mary Abbots, Kensington.
Francesco Bianchi (painter) He was prolific in painting altarpieces in Modena, but few remain. The Louvre has a "Virgin and Child enthroned with two Saints". A crowded "Crucifixion with St Jerome and St Francis" at the Galleria Estense of Modena is attributed to Bianchi.
Francesco Bianchi (athlete) Francesco Bianchi participated at one edition of the Summer Olympics (1964).
List of operas by Francesco Bianchi This is a complete list of the operas of the Italian composer Francesco Bianchi (1752–1810).
List of operas by Francesco Bianchi Although he wrote 41 'serious' drammi per musica (opera seria), he also composed 16 opéras comiques and 14 opere buffe, as well as one each of works designated as azione scenica, azione teatrale, drame héroïque, drame lyrique, festa teatrale, and opera giocosa.