Slimbach offered this combination in Poetica IV (now a style set), Carl Dair did it in his Cartier type, revived by Nick Shinn as Dair 1967
, Bringhurst does it in Brioso on the cover of The Elements of Typographic Style
version 4.3 and also in Arno (and Centaur in a preproduction mockup) on his cover for Iain McGilchrist’s new The Matter With Things
I know both Aldus and Arrighi did it. Does it have a name?
(The title on the cover of Elements is set in Arno with alternates, not Brioso.)
As it happens, I just received Bringhurst and Zwicky’s 2018 book Learning to Die, and its body copy is set in something near Centaur/Arrighi or Poliphilus/Blado, yet neither, and also uses Aldine caps. I’ve burned through a dozen possible other candidates from Lutetia to Deepdene, and this appears to be some beautiful new or otherwise obscure Aldine that heretofore escaped my notice and is also not shown or mentioned in his Elements 4.3 which was printed a year after this book. And of course no Note On The Type or mention in the colophon, unusual for Bringhurst.
Edit: I'm wrong, the cover is set in Adobe Jenson.
The italic is similar to Rialto, which Bringhurst has used in some other books, but not quite.