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Rossi, Salamone, 1570?-approximately 1630

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Personal name headingRossi, Salamone, 1570?-approximately 1630
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Variant(s)De' Rossi, Salamon, 1570?-approximately 1630
Di Rossi, Salamone, Ebreo, 1570?-approximately 1630
Rosi, Shelomoh, ha-ʻIvri, 1570?-approximately 1630
Rosi, Solomon, 1570?-approximately 1630
Rossi, Salamon de', 1570?-approximately 1630
Rossi, Salamone, 1570?-ca. 1630
Rossi, Salamone di, Ebreo, 1570?-approximately 1630
Rossi, Salomone, 1570?-approximately 1630
Rossi, Salomone, fl. 1587-1628
Rossi, Solomone, 1570?-approximately 1630
Shelomoh min ha-adumim, 1570?-approximately 1630
Shelomoh, min ha-adumim, 1570?-approximately 1630
Solomon min ha-adumim, 1570?-approximately 1630
Solomon, min ha-adumim, 1570?-approximately 1630
רוסי, שלמה
רוסי, שלמה, ?0751־בערך 0361
רוסי, שלמה, ?1570־בערך 1630
Associated countryItaly
LocatedMantua (Italy)
Birth date1570?
Death date1630~
Place of birthMantua (Italy)
Place of deathMantua (Italy)
Field of activityMusic Composition (Music) Violin--Performance
Profession or occupationComposers
Special noteMachine-derived non-Latin script reference project.
Non-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inHis Cantiques, 1877.
His Four sonatas (quarto libro) ... c1989: t.p. (Salamone Rossi) pref. (b. 1570; d. Mantua, 1630)
New Grove (Rossi, Salamone (Salomone, Salamon de', Shlomo); b. ?Mantua, prob. 8/19/1570; d. ?Mantua, ca. 1630)
His Il secondo libro de madrigali a cinque voci, c1988: t.p. (Salamon Rossi hebreo. Shelomoh Rosi ha-ʻIvri)
His Complete works, 1995-: v. 1, p. xiii (Rossi signs his name in the dedications of his publs. as Salamone or Salamon, and thus it is spelled in most of the titles)
Ensemble Daedalus. Saturn and polyphony [SR] 2000?: container (Salomone Rossi) insert (Solomone Rossi)
Musique Judeo-Baroque [SR] 1979: container (Salamone di Rossi Ebreo)
Rossi, Salamon. Shir Hama-alot, 1989: title page (Salamone Rossi)
Wikipedia, July 9, 2020: Salamone Rossi (Salamone Rossi or Salomone Rossi (Hebrew: סלומונה רוסי or שלמה מן האדומים‎) (Salamon, Schlomo; de' Rossi) (ca. 1570-1630) was an Italian Jewish violinist and composer. As a young man, Rossi acquired a reputation as a talented violinist. Rossi served at the court of Mantua from 1587 to 1628 as concertmaster. Rossi was so well-thought of at this court that he was excused from wearing the yellow badge that was required of other Jews in Mantua. Rossi probably died either in the invasion of Austrian troops, who defeated the Gonzagas and destroyed the Jewish ghetto in Mantua, or in the subsequent plague which ravaged the area)