Pellegrini, Vincenzo , Italian composer and organist; b. Pesaro, date unknown; d. Milan, c. 1631. He became a priest, serving at Pesaro Cathedral (1594–1612), then was maestro di cappella at Milan Cathedral (1612–31). His extant works include Canzoni de intavolatura d’organo fatte alla francese, libro primo (Venice, 1599; ed. in Corpus of Early Keyboard Music, XXXV, 1972), Missae for 4 to 5 Voices (Venice, 1603), and sacred vocal pieces with organ accompaniment, publ, under the title Concerti ecclesiastici da 1, 2, 3, 5 e 6 voci (Venice, 1619). Other compositions are in the collections Parnassus musicus Ferdinandoeus (Venice, 1615).
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