Giulio Romolo Caccini also Giulio Romano 8 October — buried 10 December was an Italian composer, teacher, singer, instrumentalist and writer of the late Renaissance and early Baroque eras. He was one of the founders of the genre of opera , and one of the most influential creators of the new Baroque style. He was also the father of the composer Francesca Caccini and the singer Settimia Caccini. Little is known about his early life, but he was born in Italy, the son of the carpenter Michelangelo Caccini; he was the older brother of the Florentine sculptor Giovanni Caccini.
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The original version of the solo madrigal printed in facsimile in Glenn Patton's remarkable edition of Early Italian Arias and on the traditional edition of Arie Antiche edited by Alessandro Parisotti in the s.
The present score incorporates the rather suggestive line "Prendi questo mio strale", as originally found in Guarini's poem, as opposed to Parisotti's more polite "Dubitar non ti vale". Arranger Michel Rondeau. Arranger Jacques Larocque. Moli , , , Arranger Alessandro Parisotti Plate Aleksey Mashistov , Russian text.
Arranger Albert Folop. Arranger Peter Philips c. This file is part of the Sibley Mirroring Project. Giovanni Battista Guarini.
Amarilli, mia bella (Caccini, Giulio)
Amarilli, mia bella : Madrigal, For Medium, High and Low Voices
Amarilli, mia bella (Giulio Caccini)