Aliases: Finot, Domenico Finotto
Born: c. 1510
Died: c. 1556
Biography Phinot was employed in Urbino in 1544, 1545 and again in 1555, but published in Lyons with dedications to local citizens. Girolomo Cardano use the epithet Gallus, confirming Pinot's French origin, and records that he was executed for homosexuality.
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List of choral works
- Lynote a 4vv
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- Premier livre contenant trente et sept chansons (Lyons, 1548)
- Second livre contenant vingt et six chansons (Lyons, 1548)
- Liber primus mutetarum quinque vocum (Lyons, 1547)
- Liber secundus mutetarum sex, septem et octo vocum (Lyons, 1548)
- Liber secundus mutetarum quinque vocum (Pesaro, 1554)
- I sacri et santi salmi de David profeta, 4vv (Venice, 1554)