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Valerio Bona
c.1560 - c.1620
Italy
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V. Bona
Valerio Bona or Buona (ca.1560 ca.1620), an Italian composer of the early Baroque; he was also a Franciscan friar. Little is known about his life. He appears to have spent time in Milan and Verona, and may have been a student of Costanzo Porta. His theoretical Regole del contraponto of 1595 was influenced by Gioseffo Zarlino. His musical works include masses and canzonas.
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Officium Defunctorum
Period:Baroque
Musical form:officium
Text/libretto:Latin mass
Officium Defunctorum. Quatuor vocibus concinendum for CATB voices.
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