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Angelo Berardi (c. 1636 in Sant'Agata Feltria – 9 April 1694 in Rome) was an Italian music theorist and composer. Berardi was born in Sant'Agata Feltria. He received early education at Forlì under Giovanni Vincenzo Sarti (1600–1655). From 1662 he was maestro di cappella in Montefiascone, in the province of Viterbo, Lazio. He studied under Marco Scacchi at Gallese at some time between 1650 and Scacchi's death in 1662; he included two motets by Scacchi in Book 1 of his Documenti armonici of 1687, and also cites him frequently. By 1667, when his Salmi vespertini concertati, Op. 4, were published, Berardi was maestro di cappella at the cathedral in Viterbo. He was organist and maestro di cappella at Tivoli from 21 September 1673 to 1679, and maestro di cappella and "professor of music" at the

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  • Angelo Berardi (* um 1636 in Sant’Agata Feltria, Rimini; † 9. April 1694 in Rom) war ein italienischer Komponist, Violinist und Musiktheoretiker. Der Kapellmeister am Dom von Forli, Giovanni Vincenzo Sarti (1600–1655) war einer der ersten Lehrer Berardis. Ab 1662 war Berardi Kapellmeister in Montefiascone, noch in dieser Position erhielt er weiteren Unterricht durch Marco Scacchi. 1668 wurde er Kapellmeister am Dom zu Viterbo. Zum Priester geweiht hielt er sich höchstwahrscheinlich 1672/1673 in Rom auf. Ab 1673 war er Kapellmeister und Organist am Dom von Tivoli und ab 1679 bis 1683 in gleicher Position in Spoleto.
  • Angelo Berardi (Sant'Agata Feltria, c. 1636 – Roma, 9 de abril de 1694) fue un teórico de la música y compositor italiano del Barroco.
  • Angelo Berardi (c. 1636 in Sant'Agata Feltria – 9 April 1694 in Rome) was an Italian music theorist and composer. Berardi was born in Sant'Agata Feltria. He received early education at Forlì under Giovanni Vincenzo Sarti (1600–1655). From 1662 he was maestro di cappella in Montefiascone, in the province of Viterbo, Lazio. He studied under Marco Scacchi at Gallese at some time between 1650 and Scacchi's death in 1662; he included two motets by Scacchi in Book 1 of his Documenti armonici of 1687, and also cites him frequently. By 1667, when his Salmi vespertini concertati, Op. 4, were published, Berardi was maestro di cappella at the cathedral in Viterbo. He was organist and maestro di cappella at Tivoli from 21 September 1673 to 1679, and maestro di cappella and "professor of music" at the
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