Francesco Antonio Urio
Francesco Antonio Urio (1631–1632 – c. 1719) was an Italian composer of the Baroque era.
Urio was born in Milan in 1631 or 1632, and died there in (or after) 1719.
Urio held maestro di cappella posts in: Spoleto's Cathedral (1679), Urbino (1681–83), Assisi, Genoa, Santi Apostoli in Rome (1690), Frari in Venice (1697), and at S. Francesco in Milan (1715–19).
Urio's works include:
- Motetti di concerto a 2, 3, e 4 voci con violini e senza (Op. 1) (Rome, 1690)
- Salmi concertati a 3 voci con violini (Op. 2) (Bologna, 1697).
- Te Deum (c. 1700). Friedrich Chrysander published the work in Denkmäler der Tonkunst (Volume V, Bergedorf, near Hamburg, 1871), and later as Supplement 2 of the Händel-Gesellschaft.
- Tantum ergo for soprano and bass continuo (Abschrift in der Bibliothek des Royal College of Music London)
- Oratorium Gilard ed Eliada, Milan, Biblioteca Estense, mus.f.1200
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- Randel, Don Michael (1996). The Harvard Biographical Dictionary of Music. US: Harvard University Press. ISBN 0-674-37299-9.
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- on YouTube
- Motets, Op.1 (Urio, Franscesco Antonio): Scores at the International Music Score Library Project (IMSLP)
- Te Deum (Urio, Franscesco Antonio): Scores at the International Music Score Library Project (IMSLP)
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