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Arcangelo Corelli,  (born Feb. 17, 1653, Fusignano, near Imola, Papal States [Italy]—died  Jan. 8, 1713, Rome), Italian violinist and composer known chiefly for his influence on the development of violin style and for his sonatas and his 12 Concerti Grossi, which established the concerto grosso as a popular medium of composition.

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