Fiorenzo Maschera

Fiorenzo Maschera (15411584) è stato un compositore e organista italiano del Duomo di Brescia.

È noto per le sue composizioni per organo.[1][2]

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  1. ^ Performing medieval and Renaissance music: an introductory guide Elizabeth V. Phillips, John-Paul Christopher Jackson - 1986 "Fiorenzo Maschera (ca. 1540-ca. 1584) was an Italian composer, organist, and player of the viola da braccio and violin. His 23 surviving works are all instrumental canzonas in four parts."
  2. ^ The Musical Standard 1880 "All these peculiarities are presented by the first illustration, a “Canzon” by Florentino Maschera, who, at the end of the 16th century, lived in Brescia, as organist of the cathedral, and was considered a very able musician. "
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