Battolino da Padova (Magister Frater Bar-tolinus de Padua; Frater carmelitus)

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Battolino da Padova (Magister Frater Bar-tolinus de Padua; Frater carmelitus)

Battolino da Padova (Magister Frater Bar-tolinus de Padua; Frater carmelitus), Italian composer who flourished in the second half of the 14th century. He was a member of the Carmelite Order, active in Padua. Some 38 works have been attributed to him, consisting of ballads and madrigals in the style of Jacopo da Bologna. See J. Wolf, ed., Der Squarcialupi-Codex Pal. 87 der Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana zu Florenz (Lippstadt, 1955) and W. Marrocco, ed., Italian Secular Music, in Polyphonic Music of the Fourteenth Century, IX (1974).

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Battolino da Padova (Magister Frater Bar-tolinus de Padua; Frater carmelitus)

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