Costanzo Antegnati  (1549-1624)
Last updated: 24.01.20
According to the Internet source given below, Costanzo Antegnati was an organist, organ builder and composer educated by by Giovanni Contino and Girolamo Cavazzoni.
He wrote several Masses and madrigals between 1571 and 1592, and published a book of organ pieces, including some of his own, in 1608. In 1571 he published, in Venice, The First Book of Madrigals for Four Voices with a dialogue to Otto. Subsequently he published, on an almost biennial basis, anthologies of mainly sacred compositions (Masses, psalms and motets), but also including secular works.
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