Carlino, Giovanni Giacomo [Giangiacomo]
- Stanley Boorman
(fl 1597–1616). Italian printer. He appears to have begun printing at Naples in 1597 under contract to the bookseller Orazio Salviani; he later printed for other Neapolitan booksellers such as P.P. Riccio and G.B. Cimmino, and produced two collections of secular music edited by Marcello Magnetta (1613 and 1615). By 1598 he was collaborating in Naples with Antonio Pace, who also published on his own, and together they published madrigals by Dentice (1598) and Macque (1599); they also worked together at Vico Equense, but printed no music there. In 1600, publishing alone, Carlino was appointed stampatore della corte arcivescovale, a title given him on a collection of madrigals by Camillo Lambardi that he printed the same year. Much of his early production was devoted to the music of Montella. From 1607 for three years he was in partnership with Costantino Vitale. Their publications include madrigals by Meo and Dattilo Roccia (...