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Divorzio favorevole all'amore (ballo). 1778

Divorzio favorevole all'amore (ballo). 1778

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Three acts; director's dedication signed "Antonio Zardon"--p. 3-4; "Argomento"--p. 5; scene descriptions--p. 8; addendum: Volunnio solo, to follow act 1, scene 4--p. [1] at end.
"Con licenza de' superiori"--title page.
"La musica sarà tutta nuova del celebre signor Ferdinando Bertoni maestro del Pio ospitale di S. Lazaro de' Mendicanti primo organista della Ducal cappella di S. Marco"--p. 6.
Includes descriptions of the accompanying ballets, "Issipile" and "Il divorzio favorevole all'amore" between acts 1 and 2, and 2 and 3, respectively.
"Issipile : pantomima-eroica : ornata a luogo, e tempo di balli"--p. 21; scenario--p. 22; choreographer's "Argomento"--p. 23-26.
"Il secondo ballo avrà per titolo, Il divorzio favorevole all'amore"--p. 40; "La scena del secondo ballo si rappresenta in Toledo"--p. 40.





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