Maurizio Cazzati  (1616-1678)
Last updated: 14.10.17
According to a publisher's blurb, Maurizio Cazzati was one of the most prolific Italian composers of instrumental music of his time. An ordained priest, he worked as maestro di cappella in Mantova, Ferrara and Bergamo, before settling down in that capacity at S. Petronio in Bologna, where he greatly expanded the musical establishment.
Recorder Sheet Music
7525853.gif12 Balletti E Correnti (A/T/BC)smp_logo_88_white.gif
Score and Parts. 44 pages.
Publisher: Ut Orpheus (CSS 02)
7525929.gifCapriccio Sopra Sette Note (Violin(D)/Violin(D)/BC)smp_logo_88_white.gif
Score and Parts. 36 pages.
Publisher: Ut Orpheus (CSS 09)
2 Simphonie a 4 (1648) (D/A/T/B) (4904043)
4 Scores.
For SATB recorders/instruments/viols (opt. Basso continuo). .
Publisher: London Pro Musica (EML0363)