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Campestre (ballo). 1791

Campestre (ballo). 1791

 
 
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U.S. RISM Libretto Project.
Two acts; "Colla permissione"--title page; "Argomento"--p. 5; stamp bearing initials--p. [1] at end.
Dedication on p. 3-4, signed, "Gaetano Bellone."
"Compositore della musica , Sig. Giuseppe Giordano maestro di cappella napolitano"--p. 7.
"Al cembalo, Sig. maestro Gaetano Terraneo"--p. 7.
"Capo d'orchestra, Sig. Angelo Varese"--p. 7.
"Primo violino per i balli, Sig. Giuseppe Astolfi"--p. 7.
"Inventori del vestiario, Sig. Francesco Piattoli"--p. 7.
"Attrezzista, e berettonare, Sig. Girolamo INtroino"--p. 7.
"Inventore, e compositore de' balli Sig. Urbano Garzia"--p. 8.
"Primi ballerini serj, Sig. Urbano Garzia, sud., signora Geltrude Garzia"--p. 8.
"Primi grotteschi, Sig. Pasquale Angiolini, signora Geltrude Danunzio, signora Bettina Mancini Borsari, Sig. Gioachimo Brunetti, Sig. Giacomo Trabattoni"--p. 8.
"Secondi grotteschi, e per fare le parti, Sig. Pietro Danunzio, signora Maria Danunzio"--p. 8.
"Con diversi figuranti"--p. 8.
"Primi ballerini di mezzo-carattere fuori de' concerti, Sig. Giovanni Ambrosiani, Sig. Gaetana Vezzoli"--p. 8.
"Ballo primo, La villeggiatura in scompiglio, ossia, Il falso amico"--p. 8.
"Ballo secondo, Campestre"--p. 8.
Personaggi: CAJO MARIO. Sig. Michele Schira -- MARZIA CALFURNIA. Signora Rosalinda Marconi Molinelli -- ANNIO. Sig. Angelo Testori -- RODOPE. Signora Maria Tadiglieri -- LUCIO. Signora Anna Storni -- AQUILIO. Sig. Carlo Borsari--p. 6.
Performance: Milano, Teatro della Canobbiana, 1791. (venue)

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01/01/1791
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in milano
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