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Ingegneri [Ingegnieri, Ingignieri, Ingignero, Inzegneri], Marc’Antoniolocked

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(b Verona, 1535–6; d Cremona, 1 July 1592). Italian composer and instrumentalist. He was an important madrigalist and composer of sacred music in the north Italian tradition. He taught Monteverdi, in whose early music particularly his influence is strongly heard.

Ingegneri was born in Verona, the youngest child and only son of Innocenzo Ingegneri, a goldsmith, and Giulia Foscari. The civic register of ...

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