Asprilio Pacelli

(c1570 - 1623)

Italian composer. From ca.1589 he held various posts as maestro di cappella,including that at the German College in Rome (1592-1602); in 1603 he succeeded Marenzio as Kapellmeisterto the brilliant Polish court in Warsaw. He published motets and psalms in up to twenty parts, many in the polychoral Venetian style.

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