Rocco Rodio

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Alias: Rocco Rodio di Bari


Born: c.1530, Bari, Kingdom of Naples

Died: 1615

Italian Renaissance composer and theorist, best known for his sacred works and keyboard ricercares. He worked primarily in Naples, and was an associate of Carlo Gesualdo.

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  • Missarum decem liber primus (Rome, 1562)
  • Libro di ricercate a 4 v. (Naples, 1575)
  • Il secondo libro di madrigali a quattro voci (Venice, 1587)

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