Silvio Stampiglia

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Silvio Stampiglia (14 March 1664 – 27 January 1725) was an Italian poet, librettist, and founder member of the Accademia dell'Arcadia under the pen name of Palemone Licurio.

Life[edit]

Stampiglia was born in Civita Lavinia, and died in Naples.

Works[edit]

Poetry[edit]

Libretti[edit]

Operas

Serenatas

Componimenti

Oratorio Music survives for five of the oratorios:

Adapted from the listing at Italian Wikipedia

References[edit]

  1. ^ Symphonia SY 01192-3 (2 CDs 2002). Francesco Baroni, Compagnia de' Musici.
  2. ^ Les Muffatti dir. Peter Van Heyghen, Ramée RAM 0806, 2008