Lucia Marchi received her PhD in Musicology from the Università di Pavia (Italy) in 2001. Her research interests include text-music relationship in Medieval and Renaissance music and Italian opera. Her recent publications include an online critical edition of the music and texts of Luca Marenzio’s Il quarto libro de’ madrigali a sei voci and the critical edition of Marcantonio Ingegneri’s Il primo libro de’ madrigali a quattro voci. At DePaul Dr. Marchi teaches basic and intermediate Italian classes that she enlivens with her passion for Italian music. She also teaches advanced seminars in Italian and a Focal Point course on literature and opera in 19th century Italy. In her free time, she likes to cook for friends and travel with her husband.
2014 Luca Marenzio, Il quarto libro de’ madrigali a sei voci. Introduction and Critical Edition www.marenzio.org
2011 “Chasing Voices, Hunting Love. The Meaning of the Italian caccia”, Essays in Medieval Studies 27 (2011): 3-31
2011 “Rossini’s Stabat Mater and the Aesthetics of 19th Century Sacred Music”, Rivista Internazionale di Musica Sacra xxxii (2011): 341-61
2010 “Music, Devotion and Civic Life in Early Quattrocento Orvieto. A Paired Gloria–Credo for the Cathedral of Santa Maria della Stella” in K. Kügle/ L.Welker (eds.) Borderline Areas in Fourteenth and Fifteenth-Century Music, American Institute of Musicology 2010: 157-93
2009 “Marcantonio Ingegneri, Il primo libro de’ madrigali a quattro voci. Introduction and Critical Edition”, Marcantonio Ingegneri: Opera Omnia, ser. II/i, Lucca, LIM, 2009