Giovanni Battista Ala (c. 1598-c.1630) was an Italian organist and composer. Little is known of his life, but Filippo Picinelli praised him as an "excellent organist" and a "stupendous composer" in his Ateneo dei letterati milanesi (1670). He was born at Monza and died at age 32, though his exact dates are uncertain. He was the organist of the Church dei Servitori, in Milan, and composer of canzonets, madrigals, and operas (Milan, 1617, 1625), Concerti ecclesiastici (Milan, 1618, 1621, 1628), and several motets in the Pratum musicum (Antwerp, 1634).

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  • Giovanni Battista Ala (Monza, au XVIe siècle - peut-être 1612) est un organiste et un compositeur italien, qui a vécu en Lombardie pendant la seconde moitié du XVIe siècle et au début du XVIIe siècle. À Milan, il a exercé comme organiste à l'église de Santa Maria dei Servi (it). (fr)
  • Giovanni Battista Ala (c. 1598-c.1630) was an Italian organist and composer. Little is known of his life, but Filippo Picinelli praised him as an "excellent organist" and a "stupendous composer" in his Ateneo dei letterati milanesi (1670). He was born at Monza and died at age 32, though his exact dates are uncertain. He was the organist of the Church dei Servitori, in Milan, and composer of canzonets, madrigals, and operas (Milan, 1617, 1625), Concerti ecclesiastici (Milan, 1618, 1621, 1628), and several motets in the Pratum musicum (Antwerp, 1634). (en)
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  • Giovanni Battista Ala (Monza, au XVIe siècle - peut-être 1612) est un organiste et un compositeur italien, qui a vécu en Lombardie pendant la seconde moitié du XVIe siècle et au début du XVIIe siècle. À Milan, il a exercé comme organiste à l'église de Santa Maria dei Servi (it). (fr)
  • Giovanni Battista Ala (c. 1598-c.1630) was an Italian organist and composer. Little is known of his life, but Filippo Picinelli praised him as an "excellent organist" and a "stupendous composer" in his Ateneo dei letterati milanesi (1670). He was born at Monza and died at age 32, though his exact dates are uncertain. He was the organist of the Church dei Servitori, in Milan, and composer of canzonets, madrigals, and operas (Milan, 1617, 1625), Concerti ecclesiastici (Milan, 1618, 1621, 1628), and several motets in the Pratum musicum (Antwerp, 1634). (en)
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  • Giovanni Battista Ala (it)
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