- Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da
- (c. 1525–94)Composer.Palestrina was born in the Italian town of Palestrina (hence his name), but was educated in Rome. In 1551 he was appointed Master of the Capella Giulia of St Peter’s by Pope Julius III and later he moved first to the Capella of St John Lateran and later to Santa Maria Maggiore. In 1570 he became the composer of the Papal Chapel and in 1571 Choirmaster of St Peter’s. He is remembered as the author of over a hundred settings for the Mass and more than two hundred and fifty motets. He is generally regarded as the most prominent composer of the Counter-Reformation.H.K. Andrews, An Introduction to the Technique of Palestrina (1958);J. Roche, Palestrina (1971).
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