Bonaventura Aliotti

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Bonaventura Aliotti, O.F.M. (Palermo, 1640 – 1690), was an Italian Franciscan friar, organist and composer.

Aliotti, also known as Padre Palermino, worked in Palermo and like his teacher Giovanni Battista Fasolo belonged to the Franciscan Order. In 1671 he moved to Padua and then in 1674 to Ferrara as organist of the lay confraternity Confraternita della Morte. Four of his eleven oratorios survive.[1]

Works[edit]

  • Il Sansone (1686)[2]
  • Il Trionfo della morte per il peccato d’Adamo (1685)
  • Santa Rosalia (1687)[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Composers biography : Ai - Al". Dolmesch. 13 March 2010. Retrieved 11 April 2010. 
  2. ^ Recording by Ensemble Elyma, directed by Gabriel Garrido, K617, 2001.
  3. ^ Billio, Nicoletta (1991). "La Santa Rosalia (1687) di Bonaventura Aliotti". In Maria Antonella Balsano,,Giuseppe Collisani. Ceciliana, per Nino Pirrotta. Palermo: Flaccovio. ISBN 88-7804-100-9.