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Chamaterò [Chamatterò di Negri, Camaterò], Ippolito [Hippolito]locked

  • Laura Macy

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(b Rome, c1535–40; d after 1592). Italian composer. He was in Padua in 1560–61, where he signed the dedications to his first books for five and four voices in 1560 and 1561 respectively. The latter book includes two works by the Paduan composer Giulio Renaldi (his earliest published works by six years). Chamaterò was elected ...

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