Antonius Romanus

(fl. 1414-25)

Italian composer. He may have lived in Venice, as two of his three surviving four-part motets are for Doges (the third being for the Dukes of Mantua). He also left three Mass movements. His surviving pieces show him as a composer who adopted the simpler, melodious style of the early fifteenth century.

IIIH: Sacred Music of the Italian Quattrocento