MARC'ANTONIO INGEGNERI

1535/6-1592

Originally from Verona, Marc'Antonio Ingegneri spent the most significant period of his career and the last 25-30 years of his life in Cremona.  He claimed to have been a pupil of Cipriano de Rore, and he had strong, if informal, links with the court of the Farnese at Parma.  He is principally remembered as the teacher of Claudio Monteverdi.

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Lodovico Agostini Girolamo Belli Luzzasco Luzzaschi Francesco Manara Giovanni Agostino Veggio Paolo Virchi Giaches de Wert Cipriano de Rore

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Written by Laurie Stras.

Last updated 08 October, 2002.

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