Claudio Merulo

Claudio Merulo (; 8 April 1533 – 4 May 1604) was an Italian composer, publisher and organist of the late Renaissance period, most famous for his innovative keyboard music and his ensemble music composed in the Venetian polychoral style. He was born in Correggio and died in Parma. Born Claudio Merlotti, he Latinised his surname (meaning little blackbird) when he became famous in Venetian cultural clubs. Provided by Wikipedia
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    by Merulo, Claudio, 1533-1604
    Published 1992
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    Musical Score Book
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    by Merulo, Claudio, 1533-1604
    Published 2000
    Musical Score Book
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    by Merulo, Claudio, 1533-1604
    Published 1970
    Musical Score Book
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    by Merulo, Claudio, 1533-1604
    Published 1991
    Musical Score Book
  5. 5
    by Bedrook, G. S. (Gerald Stares)
    Published 1954
    Other Authors: ...Merulo, Claudio, 1533-1604...
    Musical Score Book
  6. 6
    Published 2001
    Other Authors: ...Merulo, Claudio, 1533-1604...
    CD Audio
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    Published 1974
    Other Authors: ...Merulo, Claudio, 1533-1604...
    Musical Score Book
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    Published 1964
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    CD Audio
  9. 9
    Published 2005
    Other Authors: ...Merulo, Claudio, 1533-1604...
    CD Audio
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