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Italian composer. In 1618 he was maestro di cappella to the town of Pordenone, Friuli, and in 1621 held a similar position at Gorizia.  
 
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Latest revision as of 17:32, 8 March 2020

Aliases: Gioseffe Marini; Giuseppe Marino

Life

Born: Pesaro, ?

Died: after 1638

Biography

Italian composer. In 1618 he was maestro di cappella to the town of Pordenone, Friuli, and in 1621 held a similar position at Gorizia.

Three printed volumes of music by him are known:

  • Il primo libro de madrigali a cinque voci (Venice, 1617);
  • Il secondo libro de madrigali a cinque voci, with continuo (Venice, 1618); and
  • Messe e motetti a otto voci, with organ continuo (Venice, 1621).

There are seven pieces by him in the Pelplin organ tablatures (in PL-PE), probably from his 1621 volume (see A. Sutkowski and A. Osostowicz-Sutkowska, eds.: The Pelpin Tablature: a Thematic Catalogue, AMP, i, 1963; vols. ii–vii are facsimiles of the works).


List of choral works

 
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Publications

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