Paolo Aretino (1508-1584) or Paolo Antonio del Bivi was a Renaissance era Venetian composer known for sacred music. He was choirmaster of Arezzo Cathedral, and also wrote profane works, publishing two books of madrigals. He was also reported to have set sestinas by Petrarch.
Selected works include:
- Libro primo della madrigali cromati a 4
- Deh dolce pastorella (no. 29)
- Lament at ionii
- Thompson, Oscar; Slonimsky, Nicolas (1946). The International cyclopedia of music and musicians.
- Bernstein, Jane A. (1998). Music printing in Renaissance Venice: the Scotto Press, 1539-1572. Oxford University Press. Retrieved 26 August 2011.
- Burney, Charles (1789). A General History of Music: from the earliest ages to the present period, Volume 3. Payne and Sons. p. 182.