Didaco Philetari

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Didaco Philetari (fl. 1645) was an Italian composer, presumably active in Germany, whose works are preserved in the Düben collection in Uppsala University Library.[1][2] His Salve Rex Christe was recorded in 2009 by Anna Jobrant.[3]

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  1. ^ North German church music in the age of Buxtehude -p 60 Geoffrey Webber - 1996 - ... The Duben collection contains settings of the Salve Regina with altered texts by Carissimi, Rovetta, and Philetari, ...
  2. ^ Swedish journal of musicology: 47-48 Svenska samfundet för musikforskning - 1966 - 13 C Giani 15 K. FÖRSTER 20 GA BONTEMPI 21 RS Roist 24 Anonymus 25 F. TUNDER 28 V. Albrici 30 Anonymus 33 C. Bernhard 3; C. Bernhard Dr. 1 66 5 36 36 D. Philetari 37 Anonymus 39 P. Vertini 41 G. Carissimi 44 FM Mariani 46 P. Hainlein 48 ...
  3. ^ Düben Delights for Soprano, footprintrecords.com