Bernardino Borlasca

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Born: c. 1580

Died: c. 1631

Biography Bernardino Borlasca was an Italian composer of the Renaissance and early Baroque eras, noted for antiphonal choral music. He also wrote sacred and secular songs for a small number of singers, such as his canzonettas for three voices, published in 1611.

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  • Scherzi musicali ecclesiastici sopra la cantica a tre voci (Venice, 1609)
  • Canzonette a tre voci libro secondo (Venice, 1611)
  • Cantica divae Mariae Virginis octonis vocibus, Op. 5 (Venice, 1615)
  • Scala Iacob, Op. 6 (Venice, 1616)
  • Ardori spirituali a due, tre, e quattro voci, libro primo, Op. 7 (Venice, 1617)

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