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date: 15 September 2019

Agatea, Mariolocked

  • John Whenham

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(b 1623–8; d Bologna, 1699, before 28 Jan). Italian singer, composer and instrument maker. He was an Augustinian monk who was employed from about 1649 as a soprano castrato at the Este court at Modena. On 13 November 1660 he was appointed to the choir of S Petronio, Bologna, with a stipend of 50 lire a month; he was discharged on 24 April 1662 but rejoined on 25 July 1663. In October 1665 he returned to Modena, where he succeeded Marco Uccellini as choirmaster of the cathedral. He vacated this post in November 1673 and by early 1674 was again living at Bologna. Between 1677 and 1681 he served as a singer in the cappella of Duke Francesco II of Modena. In 1685 he was made a member of the Accademia Filarmonica, Bologna, and seems to have spent his last years in or near that city. He wrote to the Duke of Modena in ...

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Bologna, Civico Museo Bibliografico Musicale
Dizionario biografico degli italiani (Rome, 1960-)
R. Eitner: Biographisch-bibliographisches Quellen-Lexikon
Modena, Biblioteca Estense e Universitaria
Bologna, Basilica di S Petronio, Archivio Musicale
C. Schmidl: Dizionario universale dei musicisti
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