Tullio Cima was an Italian musician. In Rome he studied under Abundio Antonelli, choirmaster of St. John Lateran: here was a singer until October 1612 when, when he lost his child voice, was sent in Ronciglione. In 1625 he was Kapellmeister in the Roman Seminary and, in August 1659, he was appointed maestro di cappella at the cathedral of Rieti, but declined the office. In the same year he applied with negative results, to be the choirmaster of Chapel of Orvieto. He received his degree of juris doctor utriusque.
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