- Giu·lio [joo-lyaw] /ˈdʒu lyɔ/, c1546–1618, Italian singer and composer.
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I see very little Wagner in it; it is more like Caccini or Monteverde.Evelyn Innes
It was certainly well fitted to be one of the parents of the recitative of Peri and Caccini with the church chant as the other.
Caccini desired that the employment of all these factors in song should be regulated by the significance of the text.
Caccini also showed that he was not averse to the lascivious allurements of two female voices moving in elementary harmonies.
Caccini was somewhat more liberal than Peri in the use of floridity and always showed taste and judgement therein.