Giacomo Sellitto ( Naples , July 28, 1701 - Naples , November 20, 1763 ) was a composer and teacher of Italian singing .
He was a minor brother of composer Giuseppe Sellitto . His biography is very little known: he has definitely served as a chaplain master at the College of Nobles in Naples.
As for his compositional activity, he wrote 72 harpsichord escapes, a Stabat mater for 4 voices, violin, violet, and low continuous, La Gineviefa opera, represented in 1745 and the tragedy for martyr Santa Perpetua music.
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