Alessandro Orologio

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Aliases: Alexander Horologius, Alexandro Horologio


Born: c. 1550-55

Died: 1633?

Biography Orologio is documented as ‘trumpeter and musician’ at the court of the Emperor Rudolf II in Prague just before 1580 and became vice-Kapellmeister there in 1603. He travelled extensively, visiting Dresden, Wolfenbüttel, Denmark and Cassel, where he met John Dowland. He was pensioned in Prague in 1613, and appears to have been active till 1633.

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