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Angelica in India istoria favoleggiata con drama musicale

Angelica in India istoria favoleggiata con drama musicale

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dal co: Pietro Paolo Bissari. (statement of responsibility)
Prologue, three acts, and epilogue; imprimatur--p. 2; librettist's dedication--p. 3-4; "Argomento"--p. 5-8; "Prologo, Palagi Celesti circondati da nubi di lumi, in vna delle qualli lucidissima si va ̀alzando" [Venere, Amorini, Invidia]--p. 9-12; scene and ballet descriptions--p. 13; p. 52 misnumbered p. 54; "Registro delle istorie figurata nel drama"--p. 79-80; "Avttorita della Lingva in Antello" [Boccacio, Dante, Petrarch, Allun., Roscelli]--p. 81-82.
"Stante supradictam approbatione. Imprimatur. Fr. Agapitus Vgonius Inquisitor Genaralis Vincentiae. Thomas Pisanus Praef."--p. 2
"A gl'Illustriss. & Eccellentiss. Signori Toma Pisani e Lvigi III. Mocenigo Rettori Dignissimi di Vicenza."--p. 3.
"Ballo di Fantasme; Battaglia de' Pigmei"--p. 13
Composer unknown.

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01/01/1656
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