Giacinto Bondioli

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Giacinto Bondioli
Nationality Italian
Occupation Prior, Composer

Giacinto Bondioli (1596–1636) was an Italian Dominican prior and composer. He was composer at Il convento de' PP. Predicatori di S. Domenico in Venice, and uncle and probably teacher of Biagio Marini.[1][2]


  1. ^ Eleanor Selfridge-Field - Venetian Instrumental Music from Gabrieli to Vivaldi 1994- Page 127 "He may have been closely associated with an uncle, Giacinto Bondioli (1596-1636), who was prior of the Venetian monastery of San Domenico and a composer of sacred music. Between 161 8 and 1620 Marini returned to Brescia and ..."
  2. ^ Affetti Musicale Biagio Marini, Thomas D. Dunn, William D. Gudger - 1981 "Marini's uncle, Giacinto Bondioli, was also a composer, and Biagio may have studied with him.5 In 1615 Marini was accepted as an instrumentalist at San Marco in Venice, but by 1620 he was back in Brescia. Between 1621 and the spring of .."