Ingenuin Molitor

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Ingenuin Molitor (Habach, 1610–1669) was a German-born Franciscan priest and composer. He was organist to the convent at Botzen, in the Tyrol,[1] and published a book of sacred concertos in Innsbruck in 1668.[2]

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  1. ^ A Dictionary of Musicians from the Earliest Ages to the Present 1827 p168 "MOLITOR, (Ingenuin) a Franciscan monk and organist to the convent at Botzen, in Tyrol, born at Habach, flourished as a composer in the second half of the ...
  2. ^ "Concert series “Music in the Museum”: Laudabo dominum (Ingenuin Molitor) - Innsbruck - Tyrol - Austria". tyrol.tl. Retrieved 2014-04-19.