Giovanni Bernardino Nanino

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Life

Born: ca. 1560

Died: 21 or 26 May 1623

Biography

The younger brother of Giovanni Maria Nanino, who he succeeded at S Luigi dei Francesi (Rome) in 1591. In 1608 he became maestro di cappella at S Lorenzo in Damaso, a small church near the residence of Cardinal Montalto, an important patron.

View the Wikipedia article on Giovanni Bernardino Nanino.

List of choral works

Sacred music

Secular music

Madrigals for three voices
Madrigals for five voices

 
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Publications

  • Motecta, 2–4vv (Rome, 1610)
  • Motecta, liber secundus, 1–5vv, bc (Rome, 1611)
  • Motecta, liber tertius, 1–5vv, bc (Rome, 1612; 1, ed. J. Killing, Kirchenmusikalische Schätze Düsseldorf, ?1910)
  • Motecta, liber quartus, 1–5vv, bc (Rome, 1618)
  • Salmi vespertini, 4 & 8vv (Rome, 1620; four ed. K. Proske, Musica divina, i/3, ii/2 Regensburg, 1860–74)
  • Venite exultemus, 3vv, bc (Assisi, 1620)

Secular

External links

Works by Giovanni Bernardino Nanino in the Petrucci Music Library (IMSLP)