Tiburtio Massaino

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Aliases: Tiburzio Massaini

Life

Born: c.1550

Died: c.1609

Biography
Italian composer and Augustinian monk. Fairly obscure as a composer today, he was active in many cities including Cremona, Innsbruck, Salzburg and Prague, and highly regarded as a musician and composer in his day. The motets come from a collection of six- to twelve-part motets published in Venice in 1592.

Biography in Italian

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List of choral works

Sacred works in Latin

Canticles
Lamentations
Motets for five voices
Motets for six voices
Motets for seven voices
Motets for eight voices
Motets for nine voices
Motets for ten voices
Masses for five voices
Masses for eight voices
Vesper Psalms

Secular madrigals in Italian

Madrigals for four voices
Madrigals for five voices
Madrigals for six voices

Other works not listed above
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Publications

He also contributed 2 canzonas to a Venetian anthology, one for 8 trombones and one for 4 viols and 4 archlutes.

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