- Author:Luciano Besozzi
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Besozzi, famiglia" (in Italian). Biblioteche dell'a Comune di Parma. Besozzi, Luciano (2001). De Besutio (Le famiglie Besozzi). p. 85. ISBN 147-091-694-0.
Besozzi, famiglia" (in Italian). Archived from the original on 6 February 2012.
Paolo Girolamo Besozzi (17 April 1704 – 1778) was an Italian oboe virtuoso and bassoonist who devoted his life to the study of the bassoon and oboe. He was born in Parma. Together with his brothers Giuseppe and Alessandro Besozzi, he took part from June 1714 in the ducal hautboy band Guardia Irlandese, created in 1702 by Antonio Farnese, Duke of Parma, and remaining in service until his nephew Antonio Besozzi succeeded him on 30 December 1727.
His son Girolamo Besozzi, father of Henri Besozzi and grandfather of the composer Louis Désiré Besozzi, was also a musician. a b c d Besozzi, Luciano (2001). 86.
Girolamo Besozzi (b. 1745 or 1750 in Naples – d. 1788 in Paris) was an Italian composer and oboist and member of a renowned family of wind players. Son of composer Gaetano Besozzi and nephew of Antonio Besozzi, he became oboist in the court orchestra in Naples from 1765. By 1770 he moved to Paris, where he played in the Concert Spirituel before the King of France.
Besozzi, Luciano (2001). De Besutio (Le famiglie Besozzi) (in Italian). A list of contributors can be found there at the History section. Haynes, Bruce (2001). The Eloquent Oboe: A History of the Hautboy 1640-1760. Oxford University Press. MusicBrainz: cdf-04427f085fe2. I BESOZZI di PARMA (I MUSICISTI)". Retrieved 26 July 2012. This article about an Italian classical musician is a stub.
a b c d Besozzi, Luciano Besozzi (2001).
Giuseppe's brothers Alessandro Besozzi and Paolo Girolamo Besozzi live. Carlo Besozzi was an Italian oboist composer and member of an extensive family of oboists from the eighteenth-century Naples. Nephew of Gaetano Besozzi, he was employed in the orchestra of the Elector of Dresden and travelled extensively throughout Europe with his father, playing in London, Paris, Stuttgart and Salzburg, where he received good notices from Leopold Mozart. Giuseppe Aprile was an Italian castrato singer and music teacher. He was also known as 'Sciroletto' or 'Scirolino'. Alessandro Besozzi was an Italian composer and virtuoso oboist.