Luigi Ricci was the sibling of Federico as well as perhaps the more well-known of both. He moved into the Naples Conservatory at age nine where he researched with Zingarelli and Furno, and was an exclusive pupil of Generali. Luigi constructed light opera of which he was quite effective with the extraordinary years between 1828 and 1831 when he constructed 3 or 4 “failures”. In cooperation with Federico he constructed the effective “Crispino e la comare,” 1850. Various other successes included “Chiara di Rosembergh,” 1831 that was “the” well-known preferred in the 10 years, and “El avventura di Scaramuccia,” 1834. One of is own last operettas can be memorable due to the oft repeated tarantella. This dance is situated in “La festa di Piedigrotta,” (1852). His functions characteristically demonstrated complete control over the conventions of that time period highlighted with periodic harmonic ingenuity, regular usage of folk music, and lively and lilting melodies in duple meters.