February 4, 1676, Marsango – February 16, 1753
Giacomo Facco was an Italian Baroque violinist, conductor and composer. One of the most famous Italian composers of his day, he was completely forgotten until 1962, when his work was discovered by composer, conductor and musicologist Uberto Zanolli.
Facco wrote a cycle of twelve concertos for violin, strings and organ with the title of Pensieri Adriarmonici (Thoughts Adriarmonicous), published in Amsterdam.
Concerto No. 1 in E minor for violin, strings and bass – Pensieri Adriarmonici Overo Concerti