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Blondello. Libretto. Italian

Blondello. Libretto. Italian

 
 
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U.S. RISM Libretto Project.
Legal notice--title page; "Decorazioni sceniche"--p. 4.
Librettist unknown.
Music by Felice Alessandro Radicati; alternate title "Blondello"--New Grove.
"Inventori, e pittori delle scene: li signori Fabrizio Sevesi, e Luigi Vacca"--p. 4.
"Macchinista, il Sig. Michele Cravario"--p. 4.
"Inventore e disegnatore degli abiti, il Sig. N.N."--p. 4.
"Sarti: da uomo, Domenico Becchis; da donna, Carlotta Razzano"--p. 4.
"Capo ricamatore, il Sig. Francesco Giardino"--p. 4.
"Regolatore delle comparse, e del servigio del palco scenico, Sig. Luigi Salomone"--p. 4.
"La copia della musica si fa, e si distribuisce dal Sig. Francesco Pessagno virtuoso di contrabasso di camera, e cappella di S.M. in casa Rosso, sezione del Po, contrada d'Angennes N.o 26., al primo piano, scala sinistra"--p. 4.
Personaggi: RICARDO. Sig. Angelo Ferri -- BLONDELLO. Sig. Gioanni Bottari -- FLORESTANO. Sig. Giuseppe Lombardi -- MARGHERITA. Signora Paolina Anti -- CAMILLA. Signora Marietta Arrighi -- GUGLIELMO. Sig. Luigi Gavioli -- LAURETTA. Signora Adelaide Sala -- NARDONE. Sig. Giuliano Pucci -- GIANNINO. Signora Teresa Galliani--p. 3.
"Supplemento alla prima donna, Signora N.N."--p. 3.
Performance: Torino, Teatro Carignano, 1816. (venue)

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01/01/1816
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