Aretinus ist der Name folgender Personen:

  • Guido von Arezzo (auch: Guido d'Arezzo der Ältere, (Guido) Aretinus und Guido Monaco; * um 992; † unsicher: 1050), Benediktinermönch, Musiktheoretiker und Lehrer
  • Paulus Aretinus, Kirchenmusiker des 16. Jahrhunderts

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