Giovanni Maria Pagliardi (1637–1702) was an Italian composer. He became de facto maestro di cappella at Florence Cathedral from 1690, but did not formally gain the title till the death of his predecessor, Pietro Sammartini.
- L'innocenza trionfante, oratorio performed at Ss Annunziata, Genoa in 1660
- Il Caligola delirante, 3-act opera at Teatro SS Giovanni e Paolo in Venice; Giovanni Maria Pagliardi, libretto Domenico Gisberti - 1672 Venice, restaged 1680
- Lisimaco, text by Ivanovich 1673
- Numa Pompilio 1674, Venice
- Lo speziale di villa, Florence - probably not originally by Pagliardi
- Il finto chimico 1686, Florence
- Il pazzo per forza 1687, Pratolino, Florence
- Il tiranno di Colco 1688
- La serva favorita 1689
- Il Greco in Troia 1689
- Attilio Regolo 1693
- Caligula (DVD) selections from the opera - puppet staging [80' min] by Mimmo Cuticchio and his puppet troop L'Opera dei Pupi; with music by Jan van Elsacker, Caroline Meng, Florian Götz, Jean-Francois Lombard, Sophie Junker, Serge Gougioud, Le Poeme Harmonique, Vincent Dumestre Alpha 2018
- ^ Companion to Baroque Music Julie Anne Sadie - 1998 0520214145 p47 Pagliardi worked primarily in Florence, where he served as maestro di cappella (succeeding Cesti) to the Grand Duke of Tuscany, at the church of S Lorenzo and, in his last years, at the cathedral. His oratorio L'innocenza trionfante was performed in Genoa at Ss Annunziata in 1660, and several collections of motets were published in Rome during the mid 1670s. But it was not until 1672 that he produced his first (and most popular) opera, Caligula delirante (text by Gioberti), at the Teatro SS Giovanni e Paolo in Venice, followed by Lisimaco (text by Ivanovich) the next year. ...
- ^ A New Chronology of Venetian Opera and Related Genres, 1660-1760
- ^ Emilio de' Cavalieri "gentiluomo romano"
Warren Kirkendale - 2001 "1681 Granprincipe Ferdinando paid Pagliardi "per le spese fatte col viaggio di lui da Genova a Firenze", as well as his ... The operas can be identified as Lo speziale di villa in 1684 (SL 22380f; hardly by Pagliardi, since repeated from 1683"
- ^ Robert Lamar Weaver, Norma Wright Weaver A chronology of music in the Florentine theater, 1590-1750 1978