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Giovanni Battista Brevi

Giovanni Battista Brevi (Bergamo, ca. 1650; Milan, after 1725) was an Italian Baroque composer.

His later collections of cantatas comprised three out of the four publications of Fortuniano Rosati, Modena, the fourth being by count Pirro Albergati.[1]


  • Op. 3 Bizzarrie armoniche, ovvero Sonate da camera a tre stromenti col basso continuo 1693[2]
  • Op. 5 Cantate morali 1695
  • Op. 6 La catena d'oro 1696
  • Op. 7 Cantate ed'ariette 1697
  • Op. 8 Deliri d'amor divino, o cantate a voce sola e continuo (Venice, 1708)

Performing Editions


  • Deliciae terrenae: soprano and Basso continuo[3]
  • O spiritus angelici: alto and Basso continuo[4]
  • Catenae terrenae: bass and b.c.[5]



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