Alessandro Rolla

Alessandro Rolla, Milan, c. 1820, on a stipple engraving by [[Luigi Rados]] (1773–1840). Alessandro Rolla (; 23 April 175714 September 1841) was an Italian viola and violin virtuoso, composer, conductor and teacher. His son, Antonio Rolla, was also a violin virtuoso and composer.

His fame now rests mainly as "teacher of the great Paganini", yet his role was very important in the development of violin and viola technique. Some of the technical innovations that Paganini later used largely, such as left-hand pizzicato, chromatic ascending and descending scales, the use of very high positions on violin and viola, octave passages, were first introduced by Rolla. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Rolla, Alessandro, 1757-1841.
Published 1981

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by Rolla, Alessandro, 1757-1841.
Published 1987

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Published 2012

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by Rolla, Alessandro, 1757-1841.
Published 2017

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by Rolla, Alessandro, 1757-1841.
Published 1956

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Published 2007

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by Rolla, Alessandro, 1757-1841
Published 2015

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by Rolla, Alessandro, 1757-1841.
Published 2012

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by Rolla, Alessandro, 1757-1841.
Published 2011

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by Rolla, Alessandro, 1757-1841.
Published 1983

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by Rolla, Alessandro, 1757-1841.
Published 1980
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by Rolla, Alessandro, 1757-1841
Published 2015

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by Rolla, Alessandro, 1757-1841
Published 2019

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by Rolla, Alessandro, 1757-1841.
Published 1987

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by Rolla, Alessandro, 1757-1841
Published 2014
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by Rolla, Alessandro, 1757-1841.
Published 2011

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by Rolla, Alessandro, 1757-1841.
Published 1944

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