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Divertimento campestre. 1804

Divertimento campestre. 1804

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U.S. RISM Libretto Project.
"Mutazioni di scene per il dramma ...per il primo ballo ... per il ballo secondo"--p. 6; copy has handwritten notes--p. [1]-[5] second series.
Librettist unknown
"Musica nuova del maestro Francesco Ruggi, napolitano"--p. 3.
"Maestro al cembalo, Vincenzo Lavigna"--p. 4.
"Capo d'orchestra, Alessandro Rolla"--p. 4.
"Primo violoncello, Giuseppe Gallinotti"--p. 4.
"Clarinetto, Giuseppe Adami"--p. 4.
"Corno da caccia, Luigi Belloli"--p. 4.
"Primi contrabbassi: Gio. Monestiroli, cremonese; Gius. Andreoli, torinese"--p. 4.
"Primo violino per i balli, Gaetano Pirola"--p. 4.
"Direttore del coro, Gaetano Terraneo"--p. 4.
"Copista della musica, e suggeritore, 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, Antonio Majoli"--p. 4.
"Compositore, e direttore de' balli, Giovanni Monticini"--p. 5.
"Primi ballerini serj: Serpos Domenico, Monticini Teresa"--p. 5.
"Primo ballerino per le parti, Paracca Giuseppe"--p. 5.
"Primi grotteschi a perfetta vicenda: Venturi Franc.o, Trabattoni Giac.o, Pallerini Girol.o, Piattoli Venturi Maddalena, Pappini Maria"--p. 5.
"Ballerini per le parti: Berri Gaetano, Ravarini Teresa"--p. 5.
"Ballerini ragazzi: Cosentini Carolina, Torelli Maria, Somaruga Giusepp."--p. 5.
Members of the "Corpo di ballo" are named--p. 5.
"Primi ballerini di mezzo carattere fuori de' concerti: Mousset Pietro, Paganetti Rachele"--p. 5.
"Supplimenti ai primi ballerini: Cosentini Vincenzo, Benaglia Cosentini Aurora"--p. 5.
"Tutte le suddette scene sono nuove disegnate, e dipinte da Pasquale Canna, milanese"--p. 6.
"Ballo primo tragico, La morte di Tipoo-Saib, o, La frode punita"--p. 7.
"Ballo secondo, divertimento campestre"--p. 7.
Personaggi: TRIPPONE SOFÌ. Venanzio Cerioli -- HUSSAIN. Tommaso Berti -- NORADINO. Luigi Pacini -- CALID. Giovanni Liparini -- ALMIRA. Maria Marchesini -- FATIMA. Angela Rotondi -- ROSANNE. Domenica Magri -- FATA. Angela Rotondi suddetta--p. 3.
"Supplimenti: Adriana Ferraresi del Bene, Gaetano Bianchi"--p. 3.
Includes description of the accompanying ballet, "La morte di Tipoo-Saib, sultano del misore."
"La morte di Tipoo-Saib, sultano del misore : ballo tragico in cinque atti"--p. 59; "Al rispettabile pubblico" by Giovanni Monticini--p. 61-62; preface--p. 63-64; "La musica è espressamente scritta dal cittadino Luigi Belloli"--p. 65; dancers' names not given.
Performance: Milano, Teatro alla Scala, 1804. (venue)

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