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Sheet music for Luigi Rossi
Composed by Luigi Rossi. Published by Pizzicato Verlag (PZ.P-245).
Composed by Luigi Rossi. Book. 112 pages. Edition Carrara #EC 3461. Published by Edition Carrara (M7.EC-3461).
Composed by Louis Couperin, Johann-Jakob Froberger, Girolamo Frescobaldi & Luigi Rossi. Edited by Benjamin Alard. Book and CD. Duration 56 minutes 27 seconds. Published by Anne Fuzeau Productions - France (FZ.50528).
Keyboard (organ or harpsichord)
Edited by Cristiano Contadin & Monica Pelliciari. This edition: Paperback. L'organo suonarino. Renaissance. Score and set of parts. Published by Musedita Edizioni Musicali (M8.AV-B-OR).
By El Mundo; Richard Savino. By Various. Giovanni Girolamo Kapsberger; Benedetto Ferrari; Girolamo Frescobaldi; Domenico Mazzocchi; Marco Gagliano; Francesca Caccini; Alessandro Piccinini; Dario Castello; Claudio Monteverdi; Francesco Corbetta; Andrea Falconieri; Luigi Rossi; Andrea Falconieri; . Classical. 1 listening CD. Published by Sono Luminus (NX.DSL-92195).
By Schola Cantorum Basiliensis. By Luigi Rossi. CD. Published by Harmonia (NX.DHM77452).
- Il palagio d’Atlante (or: Il palazzo incantato)
- L’Orfeo (1647)
- Giuseppe, figlio di Giacobbe
Rossi also wrote cantatas and other works.
Singer and composer Luigi Rossi was in the service of cardinal Barberini in Rome from 1641 till 1646. He was called to Paris in 1646 at the instigation of Marazin. In Paris, in 1647, he produced his opera Orfeo — one of the first Italian operas given there.