Giovanni Maria Casini was an Italian composer. Serving in Florence in posts including cathedral organist and (in 1703-11) maestro di cappella, he wrote oratorios and church and organ music in a contrapuntal, often chromatic idiom. He was reputedly the greatest Italian organist of his time, and also played a five-manual harpsichord invented by Francesco Nigeti.
|Pensieri per Organo||Piece||Organ|
|Lauda Ierusalem||Sacred Mass||Voice(s) and Instruments|
|Missa in D dorian||Sacred Mass||Choir|
|Nisi Dominus||Sacred Mass||Choir and Instrument|
|Omnes Gentes plaudite manibus||Sacred Mass||Choir|