Antonio Baglioni

  • Born
    fl. 1784
  • Died
    fl. 1803
  • Birthplace
    Italy
Antonio Baglioni was an Italian tenor and singing teacher. He may have been related to Francesco Baglioni . He sang in productions of comic opera, particularly in Venice during the late 1780s and early 90s, and of serious opera. Two of his most important roles were Don Ottavio in the first production of W.A. Mozart's Don Giovanni (1787, Prague) and Titus in La clemenza di Tito (1791, Prague). He also sang the title role in the première of Giuseppe Gazzaniga's Don Giovanni in Venice in 1787. His range encompassed e to b’.

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