Andrea Antico

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Aliases: Andrea Antico da Montona, Anticho, Antiquo, de Antiquis, Andrija Motovunjanin

Life

Born: c. 1480, Montona (Republic of Venice) (today Motovun in Croatia)

Died: after 1538

Biography

Andrea Antico was an Italian music printer, editor, publisher and composer of the Renaissance, of Istrian birth, active in Rome and in Venice. He was the first printer of sacred music in Rome. A publisher in his own right in the 1510s and early 1520s, by the 1530s he was mostly printing, producing work for Ottaviano Scotto and Antonio dell'Abbate, for example.

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List of choral works

 
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Publications

As a printer

References

  • Canzoni sonetti strambotti et frottole, libro tertio (1517), ed. Alfred Einstein, Smith College, Northampton Massachusets 1941
  • Hrvatski skladatelji XVI stoljeća: Bosanac, Motovunjanin, Patricij, Skjavetić, ed. Lovro Županović (Spomenici hrvatske glazbene prošlosti Vol 1), Udruženje kompozitora Hrvatske, Zagreb 1970.
  • Sedamnaest frottola, ed. Lovro Županović (Spomenici hrvatske glazbene prošlosti Vol 3), Društvo hrvatskih skladatelja, Zagreb 1972.
  • Frottole intabulate per sonare organi, ed. Guiseppe Radole, Forni, Bologna 1970. Christopher Hogwood, Zannon-Press, Tokyo 1970. Peter Sterzinger (Doblinger, Wien-Muenchen 1978).
  • Le frottole di Andrea Antico da Montona, ed. Boris Jurevini - Guisseppe Radole - Sergio Puppis, Istituto regionale per la cultura istriana, Trieste - Motovun 1996.

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