Andrea Stefani was an Italian monk and an associate from the Order from the Bianchi Gesuati, literally meaning “light Jesuits,” however, not linked to the Jesuit monks who are usually known today. He’s known to possess led his purchase in public areas processions in Florence in 1399 and was regarded a master vocalist and composer. By 1406 Stefani got resolved in Lucca and his three making it through musical works are located just in the Lucca Codex or “Codex Mancini” (Archivio di Stato 184.) Stefani is well known for just two ballate, Con tutta gentilezza and I senti’ matutino, and a madrigal, Morte m’a sciolt. Five lauds compiled by Stefani will also be known to can be found, but as text messages only, without music. As Stefani’s music is situated in the area of the Mancini Codex that was put together in Lucca, his functions were probably put into the publication between 1410 and 1430. Nevertheless, Stefani himself was evidently around considerably longer than that — his last will and testament is definitely maintained in the Archives from the Monastery of St. Fregionaia de Lucca, which is dated 1460. In 1445-1446, Stefani offered as treasurer for the monastery, and his monetary records for all those years will also be still intact. In his will, Stefani remaining his inheritance towards the monastery, plus a memoir of existence in Lucca from enough time he came towards the day of composing — a period of some 54 years. Stefani’s birthdate here’s deduced from his coming to least 24-25 years when he led the processions in Florence.