Ivan Šibenčanin
Ivan Šibenčanin

Laudate pueri, Dedit abyssus (two motets)

Publisher: Croatian Music Information Centre
Publish year: 2008

Edition type: score

Price: 9,29 

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printed edition
Catalogue type:
vocal-instrumental music
A T B – b.c.
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Book height:
29 cm
Publication language:
croatian, english
About the music edition:
Composer, organist and tenor of Croatian origin Ivan Sebenico (Ivan Šibenčanin, 1640 – 1705) was probably a pupil of Legrenzi. He worked as vicemaestro di cappella at Cividale del Friuli from 1660 to 1663 and as a tenor at S Marco, Venice, from 29 July 1663 to 1666. He was at Charles II's court in London between April 1666 and the summer of 1673: in 1668 he was ‘Master of Italian Music’ and was mentioned by Pepys (on 28 September) as a singer; Roger North heard him play the organ with Locke. He returned to Italy in 1673 to become maestro di cappella at the court of Savoy in Turin, a position he held until 1690. He was then most probably in Venice for two years before returning to Cividale del Friuli in 1692 as maestro di cappella. Towards the end of his life he ceased working because of illness and also lived for a time in Córbola....

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