[ kaht-chee-nee ]

  1. Giu·lio [joo-lyaw], /ˈdʒu lyɔ/, c1546–1618, Italian singer and composer.

Words Nearby Caccini Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use Caccini in a sentence

  • Jacopo Peri and Caccini were among the first workers in the comparatively new form, and they both took the same subject, Eurydice.

  • The reforms of Galilei and Caccini were, as we shall see, aimed at this condition.

    Some Forerunners of Italian Opera | William James Henderson
  • Signor Giulio Caccini, a Roman musician, composed it expressly for me.

    Isabella Orsini | Francesco Domenico Guerrazzi
  • Vocal colorature, which had already appeared in the dramatic pieces of Caccini, became the most beloved means of effect.

  • Another composer, Giulio Caccini, wrote several shorter pieces in similar style.