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Baccanale (ballo). 1801

Baccanale (ballo). 1801

 
 
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tratto dalla commedia lirica francese dello stesso titolo da Giuseppe Foppa ; per rappresentarsi nel teatro alla Scala l'autunno dell'anno 1801, v.s. anno IX. repubblicano. (statement of responsibility)
U.S. RISM Libretto Project.
Legal notice--bottom of title page; "Avvertimento"--p. 2; "Al ragguardevole pubblico" by Francesco Benedetto Ricci--p. 3-4; "Mutazioni di scene per l'opera"--p. 7; "Mutazioni di scene pel ballo primo" and "per il ballo secondo"--p. 8.
Also produced as "Il portatore d'acqua"--New Grove.
"Maestro della musica tutta nuova, il celebre Simone Mayer"--p. 6.
"Maestri al cembalo: Ambrogio Minoja, Agostino Quaglia"--p. 6.
"Capo d'orchestra, Luigi de Baillou"--p. 6.
"Primo violino per i balli, Giuseppe Perruccone Pasqualino"--p. 6.
"Direttore del coro, Gaetano Terraneo"--p. 6.
"Inventore, e pittore delle scene, Pasquale Canna"--p. 6.
"Macchinista, Paolo Grassi"--p. 6.
"Capi sarti inventori del vestiario: da uomo, Antonio Rossetti, Giuseppe Gerosa; da donna, Antonio Majoli"--p. 6.
Attori: ARMANDO. Antonio Pasqua -- COSTANZA. Eufemia Eckartt -- MICHELI. Luigi Martinelli -- DANIELE. Giovanni Battista Binaghi -- ANTONIO. Tommaso Carmanini -- MARCELLINA. Teresa Calvesi -- SEMOS. Giovanni Battista Binaghi suddetto -- ANGELINA. Francesca Schiroli -- PRIMO COMANDANTE. Francesco Desirò -- SECONDO COMANDANTE. Severino Fiandres -- PRIMO SOLDATO. Giovanni Battista Viscardi -- SECONDO SOLDATO. Domenico Veronese--p. 5.
Includes description of accompanying ballo, "Cleopatra."
"Cleopatra : ballo tragico in cinque atti / composto da Francesco Clerico"--p. 65; "Argomento"--p. 67; scenario--p. 69-71; dancers' names not given.
A second ballet, "Baccanale," is mentioned--p. 8.
Performance: Milano, Teatro alla Scala, 1801. (venue)

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01/01/1801
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