Scipione Lacorcia

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Life

Dates active: fl. 1590–1620

Biography

Lacorcia is considered one of the madrigalists most influenced by Carlo Gesualdo, along with Francesco Genuino, Crescenzio Salzilli, Agostino Agresta, Giuseppe Palazzotto-Tagliavia, Antonio de Metrio, and Giacomo Tropea.

Biographical data for Lacorcia is almost non-existent. Apart from his activity from 1590 to 1620, culminating in his third book of madrigals for 5 voices, little is known.

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List of choral works

 


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Publications

  • Il secondo libro de’ madrigali à cinque voci (Naples, 1616)
  • Il terzo libro de madrigali a cinque voci (Naples, 1620)

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