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Amore industrioso. Libretto. Italian

Amore industrioso. Libretto. Italian

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del signor abbate Casori. (statement of responsibility)
U.S. RISM Libretto Project.
Three acts; scene descriptions--p. 7.
"Con licenza de' superiori"--title page.
"La musica è del Sig. Gio: Marco Rutini fiorentino accademico filarmonico"--p. 5.
"Ballerini, Monsieur Antoine Terrades, Sig. Silvestro Mei, Sig. Gasparo Bonucci detto il Moretto, Sig. Giacomo Bedotti, Sig. Cristoforo Serrano, signora Anna De Sales Terrades, Sig. Maddalena Biggiani Mei, Sig. Rosa Riccoboni Corticelli, Sig. Vittoria Bertetti, Sig. Catterina Baffi, Sig. Giuditta Galassi"--p. 6.
"Fuori de' concerti, il Sig. Vincenzo Galeotti, la signora Antonia Guidi"--p. 6.
"Li balli saranno d'invenzione, e direzione di Monsieur Antoine Terrades suddetto"--p. 6.
"Il vestiario di ricca, e vaga invenzione del Sig. Lazzaro Maffei"--p. 6.
"Le sudette scene sono d'invenzione, e direzione del Sig. Andrea Urbani"--p. 7.
Personaggi: parte seria, LA CONTESSA EUGENIA. La Sig. Teresa Piatti -- GIULIETTA. La Sig. Giovanna Baglioni -- BETTINA. La Sig. Angela Agostinelli -- ARMIDORO. Il Sig. Giacomo Fiorini -- BASILIO. Il Sig. Andrea Morigi -- FRONTINO. Il Sig. Giuseppe Secchioni -- IL CONTE ASDRUBALE. Il Sig. Vincenzo Goresi--p. 5.
Performance: Venezia, Teatro Tron di San Cassiano, 1765. (venue)
Performance: Us-Wc (venue)

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Date

01/01/1765
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in venezia
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Explorecristoforo serrano

Exploremaddalena biggiani mei

Explorevittoria bertetti

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