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Cesare amante. Libretto. Italian

Cesare amante. Libretto. Italian

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di Ardio Rivarota, accademico fra' Delfici Il volonteroso ; da rappresentarsi nel Theatro Grimano. (statement of responsibility)
U.S. RISM Libretto Project.
"All'illustriss. & eccellentiss. Sig. Gio: Battista Cornaro dalla Piscopia procur. dignissimo di S.M. [:] Ode dedicatoria"--p. 5-8; foreword--p. 9-11 [p. 9-10 copied out by hand]; "Prologo"--p. 13-16.
"Con licenza de' superiori, e priuilegio"--title page.
Notation containing a final line of text ("Si cangia, si volve") and "Il fine" written following the line "La sorte repente"--p. 99.
Music by Cesti--foreword.
Ardio Rivarota was a pseudonym of Dario Varotari--NUC pre-1956.
Performers' names not given.
Performance: Venezia, Teatro Grimani, 1651. (venue)

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01/01/1651
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in venetia
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