Amatus (or Amati), Vincenzio
Amatus (Or Amati), Vincenzio An Italian priest and musician, was born at Ciminna, in Sicily, Jan. 6, 1629. After finishing his studies in the Seminary at Palermo, he became master of the chapel of the cathedral of that place in 1665. He died July 29, 1670. He wrote, Sacri Concerti a Due, Tre, Quattro (Palermo, 1656): — Messa e Salmi di Vespro, e Compieta a Quattro e Cinque Voci (ibid. eod.): — Isaura, an opera (Aquila, 1664). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.