Giuseppe Tricarico

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Giuseppe Tricarico (1623 in Gallipoli – 1697) was an Italian church and opera composer. He served as Kapellmeister to the dowager empress Eleonora in Vienna 1660-1663.[1][2]

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  1. ^ Julie Anne Sadie Companion to Baroque Music 0520214145 1998 p.71 "Trained in Naples, Tricarico spent the 1640s and early 50s in Rome, where he published church music, such as his Concentus Ecclesiastici (1649) for two to four voices."
  2. ^ Lawrence Bennett The Italian Cantata in Vienna 2013 0253010349 p.35 "In 1661 he provided the texts for a sepolcro by Bertali and for L'Almonte, a componimento drammatico by Tricarico."