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Filippo Bonaffino

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Filippo Bonaffino (fl. 1623) was an Italian composer.

Life and career

Filippo Bonaffino is thought to have been born in Messina. In 1623 he published a book of 18 Madrigali concertati for two to four voices with continuo, titled Madrigali concertati a due, tre e quattro Voci per cantar, e sonar nel Clauecimbalo, Chitarrone, ò altro simile Instrumento. The collection includes a setting of Ancidetemi pur, made popular by Arcadelt in the 16th-century, and also two solo songs for bass and continuo dedicated to "Signor Gio[v]anni Watchin (John Watkin), English gentleman." The other songs include settings of text by Luigi Groto, Angelo Grillo, Maurizio Moro, Giambattista Marino and Ottavio Rinuccini.[1]

Bonaffino died in Messina.

References

  1. ^ Carapezza, Paolo Emilio; Collisani, Giuseppe. "Bonaffino, Filippo". Oxford Music Online. Retrieved 1 March 2012.
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