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Cantor in Lucerne in 1558, in St. Gall in 1560. Commissioned by Prince-Abbot Diethelm Blarer (abbot 1530–1564) to compose four-part choral music for the Mass and for the Liturgy of the Hours on high days (available at http://https://www.stiftsbezirk.ch/en/stiftsbibliothek/barbarini-lupus)
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Cantor in Lucerne in 1558, in St. Gall in 1560. Commissioned by Prince-Abbot Diethelm Blarer (abbot 1530–1564) to compose four-part choral music for the Mass and for the Liturgy of the Hours on high days (available at https://www.stiftsbezirk.ch/en/stiftsbibliothek/barbarini-lupus)
  
 
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Latest revision as of 02:24, 20 February 2021

Life

Born: Correggio, Italy

Biography

Cantor in Lucerne in 1558, in St. Gall in 1560. Commissioned by Prince-Abbot Diethelm Blarer (abbot 1530–1564) to compose four-part choral music for the Mass and for the Liturgy of the Hours on high days (available at https://www.stiftsbezirk.ch/en/stiftsbibliothek/barbarini-lupus)

View the Wikipedia article on Manfred Barbarini Lupus.

List of choral works

 


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Publications

  • Symphoniae, 5 voices. Basel: Heinrich Petri, 1558
  • Cantiones sacrae, 4 voices. Augsburg: Ph. Ulhard 1560

External links