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Contadina capricciosa (ballo). 1814

Contadina capricciosa (ballo). 1814

 
 
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U.S. RISM Libretto Project.
Four acts; "Prefazione"--p. [5]-[7] at beginning; "Decorazioni"--p. [9] at beginning.
Libretto by Agostino Piovene--Opera composers and their works (Mellen opera reference index).
"Li versi segnati, si tralasciano per brevità nella musica, la quale è del Sig. maestro Pietro Generale [sic] romano"--p. [7] at beginning.
"La copia si fa, e si distribuisco dal signor Felice Festa copista e distributore della musica del teatro Imperiale, contrada del cappel Verde, porta Num. 1. corte delle tre picche, nella seconda corte, al terzo piano"--p. [7] at beginning.
"Inventori, e pittori delle scene: signori Fabrizio Sevesi nipote del Sig. Galliari, Luigi Vacca"--p. [10] at beginning.
"Macchinista, Sig. Michele Cravario"--p. [10] at beginning.
"Inventore, e disegnatore degli abiti, N.N."--p. [10] at beginning.
"Eseguiti dai signori sarti: da uomo, Domenico Becchis; da donna, Marta Ceresetti"--p. [10] at beginning.
"Capo ricamatore, Sig. Francesco Brambilla"--p. [10] at beginning.
"Capo illuminatore, Giuseppe Mazzuchelli"--p. [10] at beginning.
"Regolatore delle comparse ed invigilatore del servigio del palco scenico, Luigi Salomone"--p. [10] at beginning.
Personaggi: BAJAZET. Il signor Gio. Francesco Fasciotti, virtuoso di camera e cappella al servizio di S.A.I. il principe Camillo, ed Accademico filarmonico di Bologna -- ROSANNE. La signora Elisa Manfredini Guarmani, Accademica filarmonica di Bologna -- ACMET. Il signor Claudio Bonoldi, Accademico filarmonico di Bologna -- OMAR. Il signor Gio. Battista Binaghi -- OSMINO. Il signor Ludovico Bonoldi -- ZAIRRA. La signora Giulia Poletti--p. [8] at beginning.
"Supplemento alli signori Fasciotti e Manfredini, signora Marianna Muraglia"--p. [8] at beginning.
Includes description of accompanying ballet "Pico, e Canente."
"Pico, e Canente : ballo pantomimo in quattro atti / composto e diretto dal signor Pietro Angiolini"--p. 47; "Argomento"--p. 49; scenario--p. 51-56; imprint "Torino 1813. Dalla stamperia Appiano, contrada Tilsitt, porta 49"--p. 56; Personaggi: PICO. Il Sig. Nicola Molinari -- CANENTE. La Sig. Antonia Dupen -- ALSENORE. Il Sig. Giuseppe Armellini -- CIRCE. La Sig. Annetta Colombieri -- CUPIDO. La Sig. Paolina Cattaneo--p. 50; dancers not named for the roles of SIGEO, FEATI, BAUTOLO, POLICE, EGERIA, ELFIBITE, DELCIONE, CATOLIA, and VENERE--p. 50.
A second ballet mentioned, "La contadina capricciosa."
Performance: Torino, Teatro Regio, 1814. (venue)

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01/01/1814
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