Marco Antonio Ingegneri

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Aliases: Marc'Antonio Ingegneri

Life

Born: 1535 or 1536

Died: 1 July 1592

Biography:

View the Wikipedia article on Marco Antonio Ingegneri.

A civic register in Verona gives Marc’Antonio’s age as five years as of May 1541. By 1557 he was "suonadoro di violino" at San Marco in Venice, and he appears to have studied with Cipriano de Rore in Parma. By 1566 he was at the cathedral in Cremona, where in 1580 he is listed as maestro di cappella and later the teacher of Claudio Monteverdi.

List of choral works

Sacred music

Works in Latin

Works in other languages

Secular music


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Publications

Sacred

Secular

  • Il primo libro de madrigali a quatro voci, Venice, 1570 (lost)
  • Il secondo libro de madrigali a cinque voci, Venice, 1572 (cantus part lost, as is a Primo libro a 5)
  • Il secondo libro de'madrigali a quattro voci, Venice, 1579
  • Il terzo libro de madrigali a cinque voci, Venice, 1580
  • Il quarto libro de madrigali a cinque voci, Venice, 1584
  • Il primo libro de madrigali a sei voci, Venice, 1586
  • Il quinto libro de madrigali a cinque voci, Venice, 1587
  • Il sesto libro de madrigali a cinque voci, Venice, 1606

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