Tartini had while dreaming one of his most portentous musical inspirations.
His discoveries in harmony were afterward supplemented by those of Tartini, almost two centuries later.
Tartini's compositions are very numerous, consisting of above a hundred sonatas, and as many concertos.
Tartini, therefore, must be reckoned among the great masters who have contributed to a true doctrine of the tonal system.
It would be difficult to add to this judgment of the compositions of Tartini.
He immediately laid down his instrument, and solicited Tartini to admit him among his scholars.
Tartini wrote over a hundred sonatas and as many concertos, but he rightly valued above them all his ‘Sonata del Diavolo.’
Pierre Lahoussaye, another venerator and follower of Tartini, commenced his date of life at Paris, in 1735.
Pugnani therefore laid down the violin, and begged of Tartini to give him some lessons.
A curious document is extant as a relic of the correspondence between this lady and Tartini.