/ (Italian alˈleɡrɪ) /
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Gregorio. 1582–1652, Italian composer and singer. His compositions include a Miserere for nine voices
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How to use Allegri in a sentence
He learned the rudiments from his uncle, Lorenzo Allegri, and followed the style of Montegna.
On this first day, two compositions of Allegri and Baini were given, and each of them repeated once.Louis Spohr's Autobiography|Louis Spohr
Mozart is reported to have learned Allegri's Miserere by ear, and to have written it down from memory.Ave Roma Immortalis, Vol. 2|Francis Marion Crawford
Finally, Coreggio likewise cultivated the fine arts before Antonio Allegri came into the world.
First upon the list, therefore, I place his own son, Pomponio Allegri.