(16th cent.), Spanish madrigalist, resident in Italy, and described as cantor in St. Mark's, Venice, and maestro de 1' Accademia Filarmonica, Verona. His madrigals, which are all to Italian words, were published under the t i t le : M a d r ig a li a 5 v . , c o n u n o a 6 e t u n D ia lo g o a 8. Venice, G a rd a n o , 1578. 5 p a r tb o o k s (b.M.). One of these, ' La Verginella,' has been included by Barclay Squire in ' Ausgewahlte Madrigale.' j . b . t .