We just added the Stabat Mater by Antonio Nola, an Italian composer. He was born (1642) and died (1715) in Naples, Italy. He was taught, from the age of ten, at the Pietà dei Turchini, the local conservatory, led by Giovanni Salvatore, his teacher, who wrote a short, beautiful Stabat Mater himself. June 28, 1670, Nola was appointed chief organist of the urban cathedral and in the same period ordained to the priesthood. As a composer he collaborated with the Philippine Oratorio dei Girolamini, which was a center for the performance of sacred music. At his death, he left his entire oeuvre dated between 1669 and 1715, to the Oratorio. It comprises of about 150 pieces, including his Stabat Mater. Read more and Listen.