Erasmo di Bartolo
Erasmo Bartoli Filippino or Erasmo di Bartolo, called padre Raimo (1606–1656), was an Italian priest, composer, and teacher at the conservatories in Naples.
|Died||1656 (aged 50)|
|Occupation||Catholic priest and composer|
Works, editions and recordingsEdit
- Quarant'ore con musica a quattro chori.
- Music in seventeenth-century Naples: Francesco Provenzale (1624–1704) Dinko Fabris - 2007 ".... is Erasmo Di Bartolo (Gaeta, 1606 - Naples, 1656), called 'Padre Raimo' ...Gelormini della congregazione dell'Oratorio di San Filippo Neri, dov'erano le Quarant'ore con musica a quattro chori. Invenzione che fu del padre Raimo Bartolo da Gaeta, che mori di peste nel 1656, e fu cantato il muttetto a 4 Chori O ... The composition was by Father Raimo Bartolo da Gaeta, who died of the plague in 1656, and the motet for four choirs O sacrum convivium was sung. Do not make fun of this information, Reader, for he was a priest who led a saintly life and "
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