Antonio Mortaro  (?-after 1620)
Last updated: 01.03.21
According to the Internet source given below, Antonio Mortaro was an Italian composer and organist, born in Brescia. Probably a pupil of Antegnati; became a Franciscan in 1595 and except for a period as cathedral organist in Novara (1602-6) lived mainly in Brescia. His four volumes of 3-part madrigals were many times reprinted; he also published much church music in up to twelve parts, and polychoral instrumental music.
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Recorder Sheet Music
Four Canzoni (D/A/T/B)smp_logo_88_white.gif
16 pages.
Arr./Editor: George Houle
Publisher: Galaxy Music Corporation (1.2426)
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Publisher: London Pro Musica (EML0302)
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Score.
Publisher: Moeck Verlag (MK00548.9)