[loh-kuh-tel-ee; Italian law-kah-tel-lee]
- Pie·tro [pee-ey-troh; Italian pye-traw] /piˈeɪ troʊ; Italian ˈpyɛ trɔ/, 1695–1764, Italian violinist and composer.
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Examples from the Web for locatelli
Burney says that "Locatelli had more hand, caprice, and fancy than any Violinist of his time."The Violin
But Locatelli was not very successful, and his tenure only lasted three years.The Russian Opera
Locatelli and Vivaldi came under the influence of the Italian Opera.Handel
Now, he busied himself with the studies of Locatelli, whose extravagances almost equalled his own.
As regards mere extravagance and eccentricity of execution, Paganini was surpassed by Locatelli.