Giulio Caccini (1551-1618) was an Italian singer and composer. He composed mainly two types of songs: the strophic air and the through-composed madrigal.
He served the Medici court in Florence as music director from 1600.
In reaction to the polyphonic musical style of the Renaissance, he discussed his ideas for a new style of monody, accompanied solo song, in his Le nuove musiche (1602). The monodies in this publication…
|1||Play on spotify||Ave maria||10,840 listeners|
|2||Play on spotify||Amarilli mia bella||3,203 listeners|
|3||Vedro 'l mio sol (I will see my sun)||2,395 listeners|
|4||Amarilli mia bella (Amarilli my beautiful)||2,257 listeners|
|5||Amor ch'attendi (Love what are you waiting for)||2,060 listeners|
|6||Play on spotify||Amarilli mia bella (My beautiful Amaryllis)||1,189 listeners|
|7||Ave Maria (arr. Paul Pritchard)||376 listeners|
|8||Play on spotify||Amor ch'attendi||244 listeners|
|9||Vedrò 'l mio sol||217 listeners|
|10||Play on spotify||Alme luci beate||175 listeners|