Pisari, Pasquale, Italian singer and composer; b. Rome, c. 1725; d. there, March 27, 1778. He studied voice with Francesco Gasparini and composition with Fio-vanni Biordi. From 1752 until his death he was a singer at the Sistine Chapel in Rome. He was admired as a composer of sacred music, including masses, Te Deums, Psalms, and motets.
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