Francesco Corteccia was an Italian composer, organist, and teacher of the Renaissance. Not only was he one of the best known of the early composers of madrigals, and an important native Italian composer during a period of domination by composers from the Low Countries, but he was the most prominent musician in Florence for several decades during the reign of Cosimo I de' Medici.
|Musiche fatte nella nozze||Canzona||Open Instrumentation|
|I corall' et le Perle||Chorale||Solo voice(s)|
|Le vecchie per invidia sono pazze||Chorale||Choir|
|Se per honesti preghi||Madrigal||Solo voice(s)|
|Sola la donna mia||Quartet||Solo voice(s)|
|Surge Illuminare Jerusalem||Sacred Mass||Solo voice(s)|