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Chi vuol troppo veder diventa cieco. Libretto. Italian

Chi vuol troppo veder diventa cieco. Libretto. Italian

 
 
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U.S. RISM Libretto Project.
Legal notice--title page; "Mutazioni di scene"--p. 6.
Librettist unknown.
"Musica nuova del maestro, Giuseppe Mosca"--p. 3.
"Maestro al cembalo, Vincenzo Lavigna"--p. 4.
"Capo d'orchestra, Alessandro Rolla"--p. 4.
"Clarinetto, Giuseppe Adami"--p. 4.
"Corno da caccia, Luigi Belloli"--p. 4.
"Prima violino per i balli, Gaetano Pirola"--p. 4.
"Copista della musica, Carlo Bordoni"--p. 4.
"Macchinista, Paolo Grassi"--p. 4.
"Berrettonaro, Francesco Castelli"--p. 4.
"Capi-sarti inventori del vestiario: da uomo, Antonio Rossetti; da donna, Anotnio Majoli"--p. 4.
"I balli sono composti e diretti dal primo ballerino: Filippo Beretti"--p. 5.
"Primi ballerini serj: Deshayes Andrea, Duchemein Deshayes Elisabetta, Fidanza Raimondo, Chiari Luigia"--p. 5.
"Primi ballerini di mezzo carattere fuori de' concerti: Pozzi Giovanni, Benaglia Cosentini Aurora"--p. 5.
"Primi grotteschi a perfetta vicenda: Vienna Carlo, Brugnoli Paolo, Venturi Francesco; Pozzi Francesca, Venturi Maddalena"--p. 5.
"Primo ballerino per le parti, Paracca Giuseppe"--p. 5.
"Secondo ballerino, Cosentini Vincenzo"--p. 5.
"Altri ballerini per le parti: Berri Gaetano, Ravarini Teresa"--p. 5.
Members of the "corpo di ballo" are named--p. 5.
"Le suddette scene sono disegnate e dipinte da' cittadini Pasquale Canna e Paolo Landriani"--p. 6.
Personaggi: VALERIO. Lodovico Brizzi -- GIANFRULLO. Gaetano Pasini -- CAROTTA. Andrea Verni -- TERESINA. Maria Ceccherelli -- ROSINA. Antonia Verni -- NICOLA. Gaetano Bianchi -- GIULIETTA. Amalia Vettori Vienna--p. 3.
"Parti di supplimento: alla prima donna, Rosa Mero; al primo mezzo caratt., Vincenzo Zardi"--p. 3.
Performance: Milano, Teatro alla Scala, 1803. (venue)

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