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Donne ve la fa. Libretto. Italian

Donne ve la fa. Libretto. Italian

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Summary

di Giuseppe Foppa ; da rappresentarsi nel nobile teatro Giustiniani in San Moisè la primavera dell'anno 1800. (statement of responsibility)
U.S. RISM Libretto Project.
One act; legal notice at bottom of title page.
"La musica è del celebre Sig. maestro Francesco Gardi"--p. 4.
Attori: MARFORIO PARPAGNACCO. Sig. Giuseppe Raddi -- ISABELLA. Sig. Susanna Contini -- CONTE LUCINDO. Sig. Giuseppe Vinci -- CALANDRA. Sig. Chiara Cicerelli -- GERONTE. Sig. Antonio Bini -- FRONTINO. Sig. Giuseppe Cicerelli--p. 4.
Performance: Venezia, Teatro Giustiniani in San Moisè, 1800. (venue)

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Date

01/01/1800
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Location

in venezia
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