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Antimo Liberati (3 April 1617 – 24 February 1692) was an Italian music theorist, composer, and contralto singer. Born in Foligno, Liberati began his musical training began in Rome in 1628 when he was admitted to the choir of San Giovanni in Laterano, at the time under the direction of Antonio Maria Abbatini. He also studied law and fine arts and for a time worked as a notary in Foligno. From 1637 to 1643 Liberati was a court musician in the service of Emperor Ferdinand III and Archduke Leopold in Vienna. He was appointed a member of the Sistine Chapel Choir in 1662, served as its secretary (puntatore) in 1670 and its maestro di cappella in 1674 and 1675. He composed numerous pieces of sacred music of which 22 survive. However, he was primarily known for his writings on music theory, especi

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  • Antimo Liberati (Foligno, Umbria, 3 d'abril de 1617 - Roma, 24 de febrer de 1692) fou un compositor i teòric musical italià. Deixeble d'Allegri i Benevoli, des de 1661 fou cantor de la Capella Sixtina de Roma i durant algun temps mestre de capella i organista de dos temples d'aquella ciutat. L'abat Baini assegurava que en diversos arxius de Roma si conservaven a finals del segle xix alguns madrigals, àries i oratoris de Liberati. Se'l coneix principalment, com a autor d'una carta escrita a un seu amic (Lettera scritta.., in risposta ad una del Sig. Ovidio Persapegi..), impresa i publicada a Roma el 1685, que ha estat considerada per Baini i altres erudits com indiscutible autoritat en certes particularitats relatives a la vida i obres de Palestrina. A més, d'aquesta carta, Liberati va escriure un Epitome della musica, de la qual tan sols existeix un manuscrit. (ca)
  • Antimo Liberati (3 April 1617 – 24 February 1692) was an Italian music theorist, composer, and contralto singer. Born in Foligno, Liberati began his musical training began in Rome in 1628 when he was admitted to the choir of San Giovanni in Laterano, at the time under the direction of Antonio Maria Abbatini. He also studied law and fine arts and for a time worked as a notary in Foligno. From 1637 to 1643 Liberati was a court musician in the service of Emperor Ferdinand III and Archduke Leopold in Vienna. He was appointed a member of the Sistine Chapel Choir in 1662, served as its secretary (puntatore) in 1670 and its maestro di cappella in 1674 and 1675. He composed numerous pieces of sacred music of which 22 survive. However, he was primarily known for his writings on music theory, especially Epitome della musica (1666) and Lettera scritta dal sig. Antimo Liberati in risposta ad una del sig. Ovidio Persapegi (1685). The diary which he produced in his year as puntatore of the Sistine Chapel Choir is considered an invaluable source of information on the singers of his day and the workings of the choir. Liberati died in Rome at the age of 74 and was buried in the tomb of the papal singers in Santa Maria in Vallicella. In his will he left his music scores to the Foligno Cathedral. (en)
  • Antimo Liberati (Foligno, 3 aprile 1617 – Roma, 24 febbraio 1692) è stato un compositore, cantore e teorico italiano. (it)
  • Antimo Liberati, född den 3 april 1617 i Foligno, död den 24 februari 1692, var en italiensk tonsättare och musikskriftställare. Liberati, som var elev till Gregorio Allegri och Orazio Benevoli, anställdes 1650 vid kejserliga biblioteket i Wien. Han utnämndes 1675 till kapellmästare och organist vid kyrkan . Liberati författade bland annat ett, i familjen bibliotek i Rom förvarat, manuskript: Epitome istorico della Musica, utgav 1685: Lettera Sopra un seguito di Quinte (med anledning av en kvintföljd i Corellis tredje sonat, opus 2), med mera. Han komponerade även oratorier, psalmer och madrigaler. (sv)
  • Антимо Либерати (итал. Antimo Liberati; 3 апреля 1617, Фолиньо, Умбрия — 24 февраля 1692, Рим) — итальянский музыкальный теоретик, композитор и певец (тенор), музыкант, органист. Представитель Римской школы музыки. (ru)
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  • Antimo Liberati (Foligno, 3 aprile 1617 – Roma, 24 febbraio 1692) è stato un compositore, cantore e teorico italiano. (it)
  • Antimo Liberati, född den 3 april 1617 i Foligno, död den 24 februari 1692, var en italiensk tonsättare och musikskriftställare. Liberati, som var elev till Gregorio Allegri och Orazio Benevoli, anställdes 1650 vid kejserliga biblioteket i Wien. Han utnämndes 1675 till kapellmästare och organist vid kyrkan . Liberati författade bland annat ett, i familjen bibliotek i Rom förvarat, manuskript: Epitome istorico della Musica, utgav 1685: Lettera Sopra un seguito di Quinte (med anledning av en kvintföljd i Corellis tredje sonat, opus 2), med mera. Han komponerade även oratorier, psalmer och madrigaler. (sv)
  • Антимо Либерати (итал. Antimo Liberati; 3 апреля 1617, Фолиньо, Умбрия — 24 февраля 1692, Рим) — итальянский музыкальный теоретик, композитор и певец (тенор), музыкант, органист. Представитель Римской школы музыки. (ru)
  • Antimo Liberati (Foligno, Umbria, 3 d'abril de 1617 - Roma, 24 de febrer de 1692) fou un compositor i teòric musical italià. Deixeble d'Allegri i Benevoli, des de 1661 fou cantor de la Capella Sixtina de Roma i durant algun temps mestre de capella i organista de dos temples d'aquella ciutat. L'abat Baini assegurava que en diversos arxius de Roma si conservaven a finals del segle xix alguns madrigals, àries i oratoris de Liberati. A més, d'aquesta carta, Liberati va escriure un Epitome della musica, de la qual tan sols existeix un manuscrit. (ca)
  • Antimo Liberati (3 April 1617 – 24 February 1692) was an Italian music theorist, composer, and contralto singer. Born in Foligno, Liberati began his musical training began in Rome in 1628 when he was admitted to the choir of San Giovanni in Laterano, at the time under the direction of Antonio Maria Abbatini. He also studied law and fine arts and for a time worked as a notary in Foligno. From 1637 to 1643 Liberati was a court musician in the service of Emperor Ferdinand III and Archduke Leopold in Vienna. He was appointed a member of the Sistine Chapel Choir in 1662, served as its secretary (puntatore) in 1670 and its maestro di cappella in 1674 and 1675. He composed numerous pieces of sacred music of which 22 survive. However, he was primarily known for his writings on music theory, especi (en)
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