Notari, Angelo, Italian composer; b. Padua, Jan. 14, 1566; d. London, Dec. 1663. After settling in England, he entered the service of Prince Henry about 1610. By 1618 he was in the service of Prince Charles, continuing in his patron’s service as Charles I (1625–49). With the Restoration of 1660, he again was in the royal service until his death. He publ. Prime musiche nuove (London, c. 1613), which contains settings of Italian poems in various styles.
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