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Disfatta di Dario. Libretto

Disfatta di Dario. Libretto

 
 
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U.S. RISM Libretto Project.
Three acts; "Colla permissione"--title page; "Argomento"--p. 5; "Mutazioni di scene per l'opera"--p. 10; "Mutazioni di scene per i balli"--p. 11.
Dedication on p. 3-4, signed, "Bartolomeo marchese Calderari."
"Compositore della musica, Sig. maestro Giuseppe Giordani detto Giordaniello napolitano"--p. 7.
"Alli cembali, Sig. maestro Minoja, Sig. maestro Quaglia"--p. 7.
"Capo d'orchestra, Sig. Luigi de Baillou"--p. 7.
"Primo violino per i balli, Sig. Giuseppe Perruccone detto Pasqualino"--p. 7.
"Inventore, e pittore delle scene, Sig. Pietro Gonzaga veneziano"--p. 8.
"Inventori del vestiario, signori Motta, e Mazza"--p. 8.
"Berettonaro, Sig. Giovanni Bacchetta"--p. 8.
"Inventore, e direttore de' balli, Sig. Gaspero Angiolini, maestro pensionario delle due corti imperiali di Vienna, e Pietroburgo"--p. 9.
"Primi ballerini serj, Sig. Andrea Vulcani, Sig. Francesco Ricci, signora Caterina Villeneuve"--p. 9.
"Primi grotteschi a vicenda, Sig. Giuseppe Conti detto Prussia, Sig. Agostino Bertorelli, signora Geltrude Danunzio, signora Maria Bragaglia"--p. 9.
"Ballerini per fare le parti, Sig. Carlo Dondi, signora Giuditta Paracca, Sig. Giovanni Ambrosiani, signora Teresa Riva"--p. 9.
"Ballerini di concerto" named--p. 9.
"Prima ballerina fuori de' concerti, signora Aurora Benaglia"--p. 9.
"Ballo primo eroico, Le nozze de' sanniti"--p. 12.
"Ballo secondo comico, Dorina, e L'uomo selvatico"--p. 12.
"Ballo terzo, Divertimento"--p. 12.
"La musica de' suddetti balli è dello stesso Sig. Angiolini"--p. 12.
Personaggi: ALESSANDRO. Sig. Vitale Damiani -- STATIRA. Signora Anna Morichelli Bosello -- DARIO. Sig. Vincenzo Maffoli -- BARSENE. Signora Anna Nava -- SELEUCO. Sig. Tommaso Folcarelli -- NEARCO. Sig. Francesco Abeni--p. 6.
"Parti di supplemento, signora Gaetana Crespi, signora Rachele Massieri"--p. 6.
"Con num. 20. coristi"--p. 6.
Performance: Milano, Teatro alla Scala, 1789. (venue)

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