(ca. 1545 - before Oct. 1584)
Italian composer. Organist at S. Ambrogio Maggiore, Milan, from 1564 or earlier, then at Milan Cathedral from 1580; had some contact with the Bavarian court from 1570--knew and was greatly influenced by Vicentino. Composed madrigals, canzoni napoletane, and canzonettas, some of which incorporate extensive dissonance and chromaticism.
IVD: Social Music In Italy | IVO: Sacred Music in the Italian Cinquecentooutside Venice and Rome
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