Valentini, Giovanni, Italian composer; b. Venice, 1582; d. Vienna, April 29, 1649. He was a pupil of Giovanni Gabrieli. He was organist to King Sigismund III at the Polish court. From 1614 he was chamber organist to the Archduke Ferdinand at Graz, becoming court organist at Vienna when Ferdinand ascended the throne in 1619; by 1626 he was Imperial Kapellmeister.
(all publ. in Venice unless otherwise given): Canzoni, libro primofor 3, 5 to 6, and 8 Voices (1609); Motettifor 4 to 6 Voices (1611); Secondo libro de madrigalifor 4 to 5 and 8 to 11 Voices and Basso Continuo (1616); Missae concertataefor 4, 6, and 8 Voices and Basso Continuo (1617); Salmi, hinni, Magnificat, antifone, falsibordone et motettifor 1 to 4 Voices and Basso Continuo (1618); Musiche concertatefor 6 to 10 Voices and Basso Continuo (1619); Musica di camera, libro quartofor 1 to 6 Voices and Basso Continuo (1621); Missae quatuorfor 8 to 12 Voices with Basso Continuo ad libitum (1621); Messa, Magnificat et Jubilate Deo, 7choruses with Trumpet (Vienna, 1621); Musichefor 2 Voices (1622); II quinto libro de madrigalifor 3 to 6 Voices and Basso Continuo (1625); Sacri concertifor 2 to 5 Voices and Basso Continuo (1625); various other works in contemporary collections.
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