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Composer: Marini - Biagio

Instrumentation: 2 - 4 instruments + Basso Continuo

Period/genre: Baroque

Grade: Difficult

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Biagio Marini (5 February 1594 – 20 March 1663) was an Italian virtuoso violinist and composer in the first half of the seventeenth century.

Marini was born in Brescia. He may have studied with his uncle Giainto Bondioli. His works were printed and influential throughout the European musical world. He traveled throughout his life, and occupied posts in Brussels, over thirty years in Neuburg an der Donau and Dusseldorf, and Venice in 1615, joining Monteverdi's group at St Mark's Cathedral Padua, Parma, Ferrara, Milan, Bergamo, and Brescia in Italy. There is evidence that he married three times and fathered five children. He died in Venice.

*Early Baroque Piece* in three sections. Introductory, performance and editorial notes included.

_Score 4 pp. Parts 1 pp._

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