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date: 25 January 2020

Aliotti [Aleotti, Aliotta, Aliocti, Alioti], Bonaventura [Padre Palermino]locked

  • Paolo Emilio Carapezza
  •  and Giuseppe Collisani


[Padre Palermino]

( b Palermo, ?1640; d Palermo, after 1687). Italian composer . A Minorite friar, in the 1660s he was a pupil of G.B. Fasolo in Palermo. From March 1671 to November 1674 Aliotti was in Padua, as principal organist of the Basilica di S Antonio. He was organist of the Accademia della Morte, Ferrara, between 1676 and 1677, and during this period one of his oratorios, Il trionfo della morte, was performed there. Between 1677 and 1678 he was organist of Spoleto Duomo. From 1679 to 1687 he was once again in Palermo, where he was a member of the Unione dei musici and maestro di cappella of the Gesù. He was also maestro del Senato in the city (1680–82, 1685, 1687) and maestro di cappella of the cathedral (1681–2); during this time two of his oratorios were performed by the Congregazione dell'Oratorio dei Filippini. A report of ...

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