Giulio Segni

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Giulio Segni da Modena, also Julio Segni and Biondin (Modena, 1498- Rome, 1561) was an Italian composer known for his ricercars in Musica Nova (Venice 1540). He was a pupil of Giacomo Fogliano and became second organist at St Mark's Basilica, San Marco, Venice, in 1530.[1]

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  1. ^ Willi Apel The History of Keyboard Music to 1700 -1997 Page 169 "Julio da Modena (i.e., Julio Segni, 1498-1561, pupil of Fogliano and second organist at San Marco in 1530), and .."