Composers

Natale Monferrato

Voice
Alto
Soprano
Organ
String ensemble
Bass
Mixed chorus
Violin
Viola
Tenor
Motet
Religious music
Psalms
Antiphon
Mass
Sacred hymns
Hymn
Magnificat
Vesper
by alphabet
Alma redemptoris Mater4 Motets for Voice and ContinuoLauda Jerusalem DominumAntiphonæ, Op.17Motetti a voce sola, Op.4O quam suavis es bone IesuMotetti a voce sola, Op.6O inanes gloriae cupidi qui gaudia vana quaeritisDulce sit vobisMesse et Magnificat a 4 voci, Op.19Missæ ad usum cappellarum, Op.13Motetti concertati a due e tre vociMotetti concertati, Op.3Mottetti a due e tre voci, Op.18Salmi brevi a otto voci a due chori, Op.9Salmi concertati, Op.11Salmi concertati, Op.16Salmi concertati, Op.8
Wikipedia
Natale Monferrato (1603–1685) was an Italian baroque composer. He was a pupil of Giovanni Rovetta, then was a singer at St Mark's Basilica in Venice, and then with the aid of Francesco Cavalli vicemaestro, or maestro di coro (1647–76). On 30 April 1676 he became director, after a competition with Giovanni Legrenzi, another of Rovetta's pupils, and Pietro Andrea Ziani. He was earlier maestro at the Mendicanti.
Following his death the junior post of maestro di coro fell to Giandomenico Partenio (1685–89), then Antonino Biffi (1699–1730).