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Federico II re di Prussia. Libretto. Portuguese & Italian

Federico II re di Prussia. Libretto. Portuguese & Italian

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U.S. RISM Libretto Project.
Libretto in Italian and Portuguese on facing pages.
Music by Giovanni Pacini; libretto by Felice Romani; work also known as "Il barone di Dolsheim," "Il barone di Felcheim," and "La colpa emendata dal valore"--New Grove.
Actores: FREDERICO. Domingos Vaccani -- CARLOS. Pedro Bolognesi -- THEODORO. Natal Veglia -- SENHOR DE BLUMENTHAL. Gaspar Martinelli -- AMALIA. Ercolina Bressa -- BATILDE. Thereza Zappucci -- BRANDT. Paulo Rosich--p. 3.
Performance: Lisboa, Real Theatro de São Carlos, 1821? (venue)







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